- No bags larger than a small purse 6″x6″ including carrying cases, backpacks, camera bags, or chair bags – see the Bag Policy below for more information
- No clear plastic, vinyl, or other carry items larger than 12″x6″x12″
- No glass cups or bottles of any kind except for medical or infant needs
- No memorabilia including pin flags, photos, trading cards, balls and other sports paraphernalia
- No computers or laptops
- No fireworks or laser pointers
- No lounge or over-sized chairs with extended foot rests
- 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 DSL cameras (During Competition Rounds)
- No selfie sticks or handheld 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. Segways®, motorized scooters or other personal transportation devices are prohibited if not
used as a mobility aid by individuals with mobility impairment
- No drones, Remote Controlled Model Aircrafts or other devices that can be operated in airspace will be permitted to be operated at PGA TOUR events during tournament week.
- Personal bags 6″x6″ or smaller
- Clear plastic, vinyl or other carry items not exceeding 12″ × 6″ x 12″
- A one-gallon clear resealable plastic bag
- At the tournament’s discretion, food may enter the tournament in a clear, resealable plastic bag, not to exceed the size of a one (1) gallon bag
- Reusable plastic or metal cups/ bottles that are empty upon entry and exit, and cannot hold more than 32-ounces
- Mobile phones, tablets, and PDA’s – MUST be on Silent mode and adhere to TOUR’s Mobile Device Policy below
- Point and shoot, film or DSLR cameras with lens smaller than 6″: no case (During Practice Rounds Only)
- Umbrellas without sleeve
- Portable radios with headsets
- 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
- Bags smaller than 6″ x 6″ x 6″
- Clear Bag smaller than 12″ x 6″ x 12″
- 1-Gallon Plastic Freezer Bag
- Medically Necessary and Diaper Bags (Infant and Medical supplies will be permitted after proper inspection)
- Camera case
- Mesh bag
- Seat cushion
- Clear backpack
- Tinted plastic bag
- Oversized tote bag
- Binoculars case
- Printed pattern plastic bag
- Folding chair bag (folding chair is allowed)
Mobile Device Policy
• Devices must be on silent at all times; flash may not be used.
• Devices may be used to capture video, audio and photos (content) in all areas throughout tournament week.
• Content may be used for personal purposes (e.g., personal social media); no commercial use.
• No live streaming or real-time coverage (e.g., no shot-by-shot coverage).
• Data use (e.g., texting) is permitted in all areas throughout tournament week.
• Phone calls are allowed only in designated areas.
• Please be respectful of play and do not interfere with players, caddies or media.
• All posted signage and instructions from tournament staff must be observed.
• Failure to comply with this policy may result in the revocation of your ticket.
To enhance the autograph experience for all spectators, while allowing players to properly prepare for competition, the PGA TOUR has established the following guidelines:
- Autographs can only be obtained at designated Autograph Zones.
- On-course autographs are not permitted. This includes, but is not limited to, tees, fairways, greens, and practice areas during practice rounds and tournament rounds.
Health & Safety
The health and safety of all associated with the Wyndham Championship continues to be our number one priority. We have developed health and safety measures to promote a safe environment and quality experience on the golf course. As CDC guidelines as well as state and local requirements continue to evolve, our guidelines for on-site spectatorship and attendance are subject to change.
If you begin to feel ill on-site, please return safely home or seek medical attention at the First Aid Tent.
Per CDC Guidelines, everyone ages 2 years and older should properly wear a well-fitting mask indoors where the COVID-19 transmission rate is high, or if you have been exposed, regardless of vaccination status.
We will have enhanced sanitization protocols in place to ensure all areas are routinely cleaned and sanitized. Sanitization and handwashing are encouraged throughout your time on-site.
For the safety of yourself and others, please be mindful of social distancing.
Despite measures to mitigate the transmission of COVID-19, total elimination of risk of exposure and infection to COVID-19 is not currently possible. Therefore, by attending this event, all attendees must assume the risk and liability for any exposure to COVID-19 and any related loss, liability, or injury incurred at this event at all times.
The PGA TOUR Weather Policy is in effect at all tournaments. Please observe on-course scoreboards for weather messages and follow all instructions provided by the tournament, which may include seeking safe shelter or exiting the premises. In the event of dangerous weather – avoid the following: hilltops/high places; golf carts; temporary structures; trees; wire fencing.
Fan Code of Conduct
REP Our Game
The PGA TOUR has the best fans in sports. By attending a PGA TOUR event – and as part of the PGA TOUR family – spectators are expected to behave appropriately by Respecting the Game, Enjoying Responsibly, and Playing by the Rules. For more information on proper versus improper fan behavior at PGA TOUR events, please view the full Fan Code of Conduct (below).
Respect the Game
The game of golf has historically been one of decorum, civility, and sportsmanship, and you as a spectator play an important role in helping to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all. When attending a PGA TOUR event, please Respect the Game by watching your distance and behavior toward the athletes, not interfering with the competition, and spectating in a safe and orderly manner.
PGA TOUR events are more than just an opportunity to witness the best golfers in the world perform. Our events offer unforgettable memories and activities for families and individuals of all ages. While on-site, please Enjoy Responsibly, and respect all competitors, staff, and fellow spectators. Those 21 and up who are enjoying alcoholic beverages are expected to do so in a safe and orderly manner.
Play by the Rules
Each year, more than 100,000 people volunteer their time in helping tournaments provide a safe and memorable experience for our fans. Please Play by the Rules by ensuring that your actions reflect the values found in the official Fan Code of Conduct (below) and that you treat these volunteers, the golf course, and the many staff and vendors with respect.
PGA TOUR CODE OF CONDUCT
The PGA TOUR is committed to fostering an inclusive environment where individuals of all backgrounds are treated with respect for the benefit of the health, safety, and welfare of all. Everyone on property is expected to contribute to a welcoming and safe environment by refraining from and reporting any unsafe, disruptive or harassing behavior. By coming onto the tournament grounds, you accept that you will be subject to expulsion and the loss of ticket and/or credential privileges for the following breaches of etiquette:
- Refusal to abide by any posted tournament policies including but not limited to:
- PGA TOUR mask policy (developed in accordance with CDC guidelines)
- State and/or local mask regulations
- Making rude, vulgar or other inappropriate comments or gestures or any words or actions that undermine the inclusive and welcoming nature of the game; Verbal or physical harassment of players, caddies, volunteers, officials, staff, guests and/or spectators; Distracting a player or any disruption of play; Throwing objects; Behavior that is unruly, disruptive, unsafe or illegal in nature; Failing to follow the instruction of a tournament official, staff, volunteer, or security personnel.
- Anyone consuming alcoholic beverages is expected to do so in a responsible manner. Impaired or overly intoxicated individuals will be removed from tournament grounds and are subject to further consequence involving local law enforcement.
The tournament reserves the right to deny entry or dismiss any individual displaying inappropriate behavior or violating the Code of Conduct. Guests in violation will be subject to expulsion without refund. Hospitality Package holders and/or their guests are subject to revocation of their hospitality ticket for the remainder of the tournament. All individuals hereby agree and are willing to adhere to the aforementioned provisions.
Onsite Transactions and Payments
We have worked to enable contactless payments across key point of sale locations on-course so guests can purchase the things they love using a safer cashless method in a clean environment. Guests are encouraged to “tap-and-go” with their contactless credit card at checkout.