It appears your browser may be outdated. For the best website experience, we recommend updating your browser.
Strict adherence to alcoholic beverage consumption laws will be enforced in all hospitality areas. Alcohol cannot be served to anyone younger than 21; proof of age will be required for anyone younger than 35. Only two drinks may be purchased at a time; spectators are not allowed to carry more than two drinks at any given time. There is no tolerance policy for volunteers drinking while in uniform and on duty.
The PGA TOUR will continue to have a No On-Course Autograph Policy in place for both practice rounds and competition days. In response to the growing number of comments and concerns from participating players surrounding volunteers soliciting autographs, especially when taking advantage of the access they are granted in a working capacity, this policy will be strictly enforced. Volunteers must adhere to the No Autograph policy at ALL times (this includes taking selfies/ photographs). This is a zero-tolerance policy. If you are reported asking for autographs, your credential will be removed, and you will be asked to vacate the golf course. To enforce this, Volunteers are also required to refrain from autograph seeking at any time they are dressed in uniform on site. Autographs will be permitted when a volunteer is off shift, wearing their street clothes. The No On-Course Autograph Policy is meant to enhance the experience and safety for all parties. We appreciate your cooperation.
Observe the electronic scoreboards throughout the golf course for "Weather Warning" information that will appear if the PGA TOUR becomes aware of inclement weather moving into the area. When this information appears, spectators are advised to take precautions and seek shelter prior to play being suspended. If the air horn sounds, it means lightning has been sighted in the area. Put down your umbrella and seek shelter immediately. Avoid the following: Tall trees and isolated trees, bleachers, hill tops/high places, telephone poles, open fields, golf carts, metal and wire fences, bodies of water.
Find a tournament official, security officer, staff member or volunteer with a radio for immediate assistance.
Please read through the below lists carefully for what items are allowed and not allowed inside the tournament grounds. All items are subject to search and volunteers must adhere to the bag policy. All volunteers will be supplied with an approved clear bag a part of their uniform package.
The PGA TOUR app is available for download on iPhone, Android and iPad.
All hospitality areas are non-smoking
Children 15 and under will be admitted free to the grounds of the tournament with a paying adult. Children ages 5 and older are required to have an appropriate ticket to enter a hospitality venue (i.e. 18 Green suite ticket for 18 Green Suite access, etc.). Children of ALL AGES must have a ticket in order to gain entrance into the Commonwealth Club.
© 1995-2020 PGA TOUR, Inc | All Rights Reserved.
PGA TOUR, PGA TOUR Champions, Korn Ferry Tour, and the Swinging Golfer design are registered trademarks.
Web.com is also a registered trademark used here with permission, and used in the Web.com Tour logo with permission.