Comcast announced that it has installed its fiber optic network at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, Indiana, site of this year’s U.S. Senior Open Championship.

The Open is set to run from July 27-Aug 1 and draw 150,000 visitors. (Practice rounds begin today.)

“Comcast is proud to help enhance their visit by providing access to our high-speed Internet, voice and TV services at dozens of spots along the course,” Scott Tenney, SVP for Comcast’s Indianapolis region said, in a statement.

Over the past several months, Comcast has extended its network to dozens of locations throughout the golf club, from the clubhouse to hospitality tends to the media center. It has also set up phone stations for tournament attendees. Cell phones are not permitted along the course.

Comcast Business Class services enable high-speed data, voice services and TV channels, including ESPN and NBC, are covering the tournament.

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