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Lake Forest police, organizers confident in BMW Championship transportation plan

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A temporary sign sits along southbound Riverwoods Road near Everett Road alerting drivers to upcoming closures due to parking on land owned by W.W. Grainger Inc. in Mettawa for the BMW Championship in neighboring Lake Forest. The tournament and related events will be at Conway Farms in Lake Forest starting Monday morning.

Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

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Lake Forest Deputy Police Chief Karl Walldorf says proximity of BMW Championship parking to the Tri-State Tollway should keep significant traffic woes from developing on Route 60 next week. Golf fans will follow signs west from the tollway on Route 60 to parking on W.W. Grainger Inc. farmland.

Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

General, handicapped, VIP and bicycle parking for the BMW Championship in Lake Forest will be on 100 acres owned by W.W. Grainger Inc. in Mettawa, slightly west of the Tri-State Tollway and Route 60.

Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

Lake Forest Deputy Police Chief Karl Walldorf says the proximity of BMW Championship parking to the Tri-State Tollway should keep significant traffic woes from developing on Route 60 next week.

Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

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Authorities say they're confident in the transportation plan in place for next week when thousands of golf fans arrive in Lake Forest eager to watch Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and other big-name players in the BMW Championship at Conway Farms Golf Club.
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    • A temporary sign sits along southbound Riverwoods Road near Everett Road alerting drivers to upcoming closures due to parking on land owned by W.W. Grainger Inc. in Mettawa for the BMW Championship in neighboring Lake Forest. The tournament and related events will be at Conway Farms in Lake Forest starting Monday morning.
    •  Lake Forest Deputy Police Chief Karl Walldorf says proximity of BMW Championship parking to the Tri-State Tollway should keep significant traffic woes from developing on Route 60 next week. Golf fans will follow signs west from the tollway on Route 60 to parking on W.W. Grainger Inc. farmland.
    •  General, handicapped, VIP and bicycle parking for the BMW Championship in Lake Forest will be on 100 acres owned by W.W. Grainger Inc. in Mettawa, slightly west of the Tri-State Tollway and Route 60.
    •  Lake Forest Deputy Police Chief Karl Walldorf says the proximity of BMW Championship parking to the Tri-State Tollway should keep significant traffic woes from developing on Route 60 next week.
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