Since the safety and well-being of everyone is of the utmost importance, please adhere to standard tournament policies:


  • No bags larger than a small purse 6”x6” including carrying cases, backpacks, camera bags, or chair bags
  • No clear plastic, vinyl, or other carry items larger than 12”x6”x12”
  • No plastic, metal, glass cups, cans, or containers of any kind except for medical or infant needs
  • No computers or laptops
  • No fireworks or laser pointers
  • No lawn or over sized chairs
  • No seat cushions in a carrying case or that have pockets or compartments
  • No pets, except for service animals
  • No knives, firearms or weapons of any nature
  • No video cameras (All Week)
  • No point and shoot, film or DSLR cameras (During Competition Rounds)
  • No selfie sticks or hand held camera stabilizers
  • No beverages (patrons may not bring in or exit with beverages) or coolers
  • No radios, TVs, or portable speakers
  • No posters, signs or banners
  • No motorcycles, mopeds, tricycles, bicycles (whether or not motor-driven), skateboards, hoverboards, or other similar devices will be permitted to be operated on or within tournament property.

PGA TOUR Prohibited Items



  • Personal bags 6”x6” or smaller
  • Clear plastic, vinyl or other carry items not exceeding 12”x 6”x12”
  • A one gallon clear resealable plastic bag
  • At the tournaments discretion, food may enter the tournament in a clear, resealable plastic bag, not to exceed the size of a one (1) gallon bag
  • Mobile phones, tablets, and PDA’s - MUST be on Silent mode and adhere to TOUR’s Mobile Device Policy
  • Point and shoot, film or DSLR cameras with lens smaller than 6”; no case (During Practice Rounds Only)
  • Umbrellas without sleeve
  • Medically necessary materials, strollers, small diaper bags, plastic baby bottles, and other essential baby supplies (infant must be with carrier) - items subject to search
  • Collapsible chairs without chair bags
  • Binoculars without case
  • Seat cushions that do not require a carrying case or that do not have pockets or compartments
  • Segways®, motorized scooters or other personal transportation devices when used as a mobility aid by individuals with mobility impairment

PGA TOUR Permitted Items


All items are subject to search. You will be asked to return all unauthorized items to your car before you are allowed to board shuttles.

Tournament does not provide a “check” facility, so attendees are urged not to bring restricted items.

Please note: Diaper bags and medical necessities will be permitted, but searched.

* All portable chairs must be removed from the course each night.

** Verbal remarks, as well as banners, posters, t-shirts or the like, that belittle, defame, or criticize any of the players are not permitted.

Tournament reserves the right to refuse or withdraw admission privileges to any guest who fails to comply with Tournament standards.



During official competitive rounds (Thursday through Sunday), a player will not sign autographs after the start of his round until it is complete. An autograph area will be designated at the tournament, where players have the option to use this area.


Spectators are not allowed to bring any type of alcohol to the tournament grounds. Only beer and wine can be removed from any Private Hospitality area or the Clubhouse. Alcoholic beverages will not be sold to the public any later than one hour prior to the scheduled end of competition. Private Hospitality areas and the Clubhouse will close one hour after the end of competition.


Observe the leader boards throughout the golf course for "Weather Warning" signs that will appear prior to inclement weather: When the sign appears, take precautions prior to play being suspended. If the siren sounds, seek shelter immediately. Avoid open areas, hilltops and/or high places, isolated trees, golf carts, and wire fences.


  • Stay quiet and stand still when the players are about to hit the ball.
  • "Hands in the air" means stop and be quiet while golfers are playing their shots.
  • Never cross fairways, except at designated crossover areas marked by signage.
  • Help patrons be considerate of each other and kneel or sit down whenever possible, to allow better viewing for those behind you.
  • For your own safety, follow the directions of the tournament marshals.

Visit the U.S. Golf Association's Web site for a complete list of rules.


Appropriate casual golf wear with comfortable walking shoes (soft spikes only). Spectators should have the following items on hand:

  • Wind breaker
  • Hat/Visor
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Umbrella