What started as the Los Angeles Open in 1926 at Los Angeles Country Club, the Northern Trust Open is now one of the longest-running tournaments on the PGA TOUR. It was staged at various courses throughout the Los Angeles area before permanently settling at The Riviera Country Club in 1973. Outside of the major championships, the Northern Trust Open is the fourth-oldest event on TOUR, trailing only the BMW Championship, the RBC Canadian Open and the Valero Texas Open.
The Northern Trust Open continues a PGA TOUR tradition of giving back, strengthening individuals, families and their communities through innovative and responsive philanthropic programs. The 2015 Northern Trust Open raised just over $2 million for non-profit organizations in the Los Angeles area, bringing the total generated for Los Angeles charities since the event's inception to nearly $60 million.
CLICK HERE for additional information outlining the history of the Northern Trust Open.
General Spectator Parking Information for the 2016 Northern Trust Open will be coming soon.
Special Permit Parking
Special permit parking, for those holding parking permit passes, can be found at two locations.
Paul Revere Middle School - 1450 Allenford Ave., Los Angeles
You must have a special permit to park at Paul Revere Middle School.
The Riviera Clubhouse - 1250 Capri Drive, Pacific Palisades
Parking at Riviera requires a permit. Please note, there is no public parking at or around this location.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact the Northern Trust Open.
The tournament grounds are open Wednesday, February 17th - Sunday, February 21st.
Will Call Hours:
Will Call is located at both the Longworth Main Entrance and the Capri Drive Entrance. Please inquire as to where your tickets were left in order to know which gate to enter.
Photo ID is required to pick up any items.
To help you enjoy a day of world-class golf at the Northern Trust Open, we've compiled a list of things you should bring to The Riviera Country Club.
ALL bags are subject to search. CLICK HERE to view the PGA TOUR Bag Policy.
The following items are strictly prohibited and will be confiscated:
If you have any questions about an item not on this list, please call the tournament office at (800) 752-OPEN (6736) prior to your arrival.
To view the 2016 Northern Trust Open Tournament Fact Sheet, please CLICK HERE.
To view the Official Program for the 2015 Northern Trust Open, please CLICK HERE.
MOBILE DEVICE POLICY:
The Northern Trust Open is allowing mobile devices onto the tournament grounds during tournament week. Please refer to the guidelines listed below for more information on the mobile device policy.
What is a mobile device?
A mobile device, which is also referred to as a handheld, handheld device or handheld computer, is a pint-sized computing device. Mobile devices usually come with a touch or non touch display screen and sometimes, even a mini keyboard. Mobile devices can send and receive calls and data.
MOBILE DEVICE RULES AND REGULATIONS:
- Please silence your mobile device while on the tournament grounds.
- Calls are only permitted in designated areas - "Cell Phone Zones" (Please refer to the on-site signage to find your nearest Cell Phone Zone).
- Data use (ex. e-mailing, texting) is permitted on the tournament grounds; however, it is not permitted near tournament play. Please be respectful of the golf professionals and move to a Cell Phone Zone when e-mailing and texting.
- No audio or video recording is permitted at any time.
- Still photography is permitted on Wednesday only.
- No photographs or video recording is permitted during official competition rounds, Thurs - Sun. Any device with a lens is considered a camera whether it makes a call or not.
- Any violations of the policies listed above may result in confiscation of your mobile device or his/her from the tournament.
Please be respectful to the players and fans around you - Take your call or text to a designated cell phone zone!
Note: Neither the Northern Trust Open nor the PGA TOUR will be responsible for any damages to, or loss of, any confiscated items.