OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) -- — A tradition unlike any other in Omaha. The Pinnacle Bank Championship is back and there are some things you need to know if you're heading out.
The best golfers on the Korn Ferry Tour converge on The Club at Indian Creek at 202nd & W. Maple Rd.
About 45,000 people are expected to attend the four-day event.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office wants spectators to pay attention to the signs and right of ways around the course. There's no public parking next to Indian Creek so free shuttles are available at Metro Community College in Elkhorn.
Spectators say traffic has improved over the years.
"Much better they got that all figured out it was smooth getting here. I don't know how it will be over the weekend it will be more populous obviously, but it was easy getting here today for sure,” said Sarah Nordhues of Gretna.
Also, the Pinnacle Bank Championship is using the clear bag policy like the one's used at Nebraska Cornhusker and College World Series games.