General admission ticket parking will be at White Hill Field for cars and Death Valley Park for scooters and bikes. Complimentary shuttles will run from White Hill Field to the main entrance daily.
The tournament main entrance is located at Death Valley Park. Spectators will enter through security, proceed through a magnetometer, and have their ticket scanned.
Complimentary spectator shuttles are offered to take individuals to the bottom of the 1st fairway.
Gates will open at 6:15am on Thursday and Friday.
Gates will open 30 minutes prior to the first tee time on Saturday and Sunday. Please stay tuned to our channels for exact gate times on the weekend.
General Admission Tickets provide access to the Coca Cola Fan Oasis – located between the 14th and 18th holes, the Seal Club – located on the 15th hole by the fort and the Family Zone presented by Butterfield & Mastercard – located between the 16th and 17th holes. Concessions with food and beverage for purchase are available at each of these locations.
Additionally, fans can enjoy complimentary Mastercard coffee stations, Instagram photo locations, merchandise shop, and the Deloitte Autograph Alley.
Digital Pairings Guides will be available around the golf course. Simply scan the QR code with your phone and our digital fan guide with daily pairings and fan information will be available for review.
Two first aid stations are available on course at the Port Royal Golf Course Clubhouse Entrance and between the 16th and 17th holes.
In case of emergency, located the nearest person with a radio.
There will be a sufficient number of individual public restroom units and ADA units throughout the golf course. Please refer to the course map to view restroom locations.
Youth 15 and under are admitted free to the grounds of the tournament Thursday to Sunday with a ticketed adult.
Autographs are permitted in the Deloitte Autograph Alley only. This area will be located outside of the Longtail Club entrance next to merchandise. Autographs are not permitted anywhere else on course.
Fans are permitted to take photos with their mobile devices, except in areas of competition during official rounds or when requested by players, security, and PGA TOUR officials to refrain from taking a photo. Please keep your devices on silent, do not use flash, and always be respectful of play.
No live streaming of competition is allowed at any time.
No alcoholic beverages may be served or sold to anyone under 18 years of age. We reserve the right to refuse alcohol service to anyone unable to provide proper identification to verify age or anyone who appears to be intoxicated. Per PGA TOUR policy, there is a 2-drink maximum when visiting the bars. Alcohol service will be discontinued 1 hour after the last putt drops each day.
Vehicles with official handicap tags will be permitted through the front entrance of Port Royal Golf Course. The event is ADA accessible, please notify the tournament staff prior to arrival so we can provide proper service for access.
It is the PGA TOUR’s intent to safeguard all fans whenever possible from dangerous weather. Since providing shelter for thousands of fans over hundreds of acres is not practical in most cases, the PGA TOUR has developed a system whereby “weather warning” alerts will be on all scoreboards when inclement weather is detected within a dangerous range. The intent behind these alerts is to notify fans of potentially dangerous weather before play is suspended allowing time for fans to move back to their vehicles. All fans should take cover immediately once the “weather warning” alerts have been posted.
Suspension of play occurs with one prolonged blast of an air horn, repeated once. All fans should take cover immediately. Resumption of play occurs with two short blasts of an air horn, repeated once. Suspension of play is a stoppage, not necessarily a cancellation of play for the day.