Please take a moment to review our policies and prohibited items.
For the safety of the players and gallery members alike, a NO AUTOGRAPH POLICY is enforced on the golf course during the week of the Memorial Tournament including Practice Rounds. You agree that you shall not seek autographs of players in order to sell such autograph, and you shall not pay another person to obtain an autograph for you. In consideration of players, spectators are asked to refrain from requesting autographs during competition and must wait until after a player has completed his round. Outside items may not be brought onto Tournament grounds to be autographed.
Badges are to be displayed in plain sight at all times. The Tournament is not responsible for lost badges.
Collapsible chairs are allowed without the chair bags.
It is illegal to carry a firearm, deadly weapon or dangerous ordnance anywhere on the grounds at Muirfield Village Golf Club, unless otherwise authorized by law, this includes off duty law enforcement. No person shall knowingly possess, have under person's control, convey, or attempt to convey a deadly weapon or dangerous ordnance onto Tournament grounds.
No food or beverage is permitted upon admittance. No beverage containers of any type are allowed to be brought onto the golf course except for medical or infant needs. The only food or beverage item that is permitted to leave the golf course is a Dasani water bottle.
Any misconduct, illegal activity, intoxication, use of illegal substance, or violation of any rule or instruction of Tournament representatives is prohibited and shall be grounds for forfeiture of your ticket & for your removal from the premises. Spectators will be subject to expulsion and the loss of ticket privileges for the following breaches of etiquette:
Appropriate casual golf wear with comfortable walking shoes (soft spikes only).
Spectators should have the following items on hand:
Observe the leaderboards throughout the golf course for "WEATHER WARNING" signs that will appear prior to inclement weather moving into the area. When the signs appear spectators are advised to take precautions PRIOR to play being suspended. If the siren sounds, seek shelter immediately
IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, AVOID THE FOLLOWING
Open Areas - Hilltops/high places - Isolated Trees - Golf Carts - Wire Fences
Spectators are now allowed to take photos all week with their mobile devices throughout the golf course, except in areas of competition during official rounds or when requested by players, security , and TOUR officials to refrain from taking a photo. Receiving or placing phone calls will remain limited to designated "Cell Phone Zones". As a reminder cameras are NOT allowed during official rounds.
REVISED MOBILE DEVICE POLICY
Cameras - Still cameras are only permitted on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Tournament week and are NOT Allowed Thursday - Sunday. Video equipment is prohibited all seven days.
The following items are prohibited on the course ALL week. Please leave them in your car or check them at the gate.
Prohibited bags of any kind cannot be left at security checkpoints and will be required to be returned to your vehicle. For Security purposes, you hereby consent to the reasonable inspection of your person and property before entering the Tournament, which may include metal detection.
For security purposes all patrons entering the Memorial Tournament hereby consent to the reasonable inspection of your person and property before entering the Tournament, which inspection may include, without limitation, metal detection.
All gates will provide access to an AMNESTY CONTAINER. Knives with a blade longer than 1.5” will not be allowed and cannot be checked at the gate. Patrons can return the item to their vehicle or dispose of the item in the amnesty container. All weapons will follow this policy except firearms. Those can be returned to their vehicle or surrendered to law enforcement located at each gate, these will not be held. Any firearm surrendering will not be returned and will be destroyed.
Please visit the U.S. Golf Association's web site for a complete list of rules.