- Cell phones permitted (but must be silenced) – Cell Phone use restricted to Authorized Calling Zones Only (Concession Areas).
- Video recording is not permitted at any time.
- Mobile Devices cannot be used for video recording at any time all week.
- No Cameras permitted after Wednesday (Mobile Devices cameras cannot be used after Wednesday).
- No radios, TVs, signs or banners.
- No coolers or beverages.
- No alcoholic beverages may enter or leave the tournament.
- No firearms or weapons of any kind.
- No large camera carrying cases, chair carry bags, backpacks, packages or other carry items larger than 6x6x6.
All items such as purses, camera cases and other small personal items will be subject to inspection (including metal detection) at the gate.
Failure to follow the direction of security guards, gallery marshals or tournament officials may result in ejection from the grounds or revocation of your tickets without refund.
Please observe the rules and regulations noted above.
- Please be considerate of others and kneel or sit down whenever possible to allow better viewing for those behind you.
- Please observe silence throughout each shot and do not move until all contestants in each group have played or holed out.
- Please give players & caddies plenty of room as they move from a green to the tee.
- Please display your admission ticket or badge prominently at all times.
- The Wyndham Championship reminds you: Don’t Drink and Drive.
Inclement Weather Policy for Spectators:
PGA TOUR Meteorologists will post a “Weather Warning” on the scoreboards located throughout the golf course should inclement weather approach. The “Weather Warning” sign will appear prior to inclement weather. When the sign appears, please take precautions immediately – even though it could be before play is suspended.
Should weather conditions cancel play for all or a major portion of a day, the tournament may play the final round on Monday, August 19, 2013. Should this occur, the Wyndham Championship will be seeking Volunteers to assist with operations on that day. Alternatively, the PGA TOUR may limit the tournament to 54 holes. Volunteers will be advised of the PGA TOUR’s decision in the event of this contingency.