· Autographs
   · Camera Policy
   · Disabled Spectators
   · First-Aid Stations
   · Food and Beverages Service
   · Grandstands
   · Junior Tickets
   · Lost and Found Trailer
   · Merchandise Pavilion
   · Restroom Facilities
   · Security
   · Spectator Guidelines
   · Weather Warning
   · Website
   · Will Call

Spectator Information


Spectators should keep in mind that the players' first responsibility during championship week is to compete for the national championship. Spectators should not approach a player for an autograph from the time immediately preceding the player's starting time up to and including the player's completion of her round, including the time when the player is at the practice range and practice green or en route to the first tee. This policy applies to practice rounds as well as championship rounds.

Camera Policy
Cameras and camcorders are only allowed on-site at the course during practice rounds, Monday through Wednesday, for personal use only and without their cases.

Disabled Spectators
A Disabled Services facility will be located at the main spectator entrance to provide disabled spectators with complimentary scooter carts. The Disabled Services Committee will have a limited number of scooter carts available for the disabled on a first-come, first-serve basis; no advanced reservations will be taken. Special viewing areas for disabled spectators will be provided at various locations around the course.

First-Aid Stations
Two first-aid stations will be located on the course - one at the main spectator entrance and one near the clubhouse. Both first-aid stations will be staffed with emergency medical technicians. If a medical emergency arises, please notify a U.S. Women's Open volunteer or USGA official.

Food and Beverage Service
There will be concession stands on the course that will have food and beverages for purchase. No outside food or beverage is permitted.

Grandstands will be located near strategic viewing areas. Seating is provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. The front row of every grandstand is reserved for children ages 16 and under.

Junior Tickets
16 and younger will be admitted free of charge, on any day, when accompanied by a valid adult ticket holder.

Lost and Found
Any lost and found items will be taken to the Information Tent.

Merchandise Pavilion
The on-site merchandise tent covering more than 8,000 square feet offers a variety of merchandise bearing the U.S. Women's Open logo. Some of the merchandise available for purchase includes caps, shirts, T-shirts, sweaters, jackets, artwork, lapel pins, golf balls, divot repair tools, ball markers, towels and much, much more. Acceptable forms of payment in the Merchandise Pavilion are: U.S. dollars, traveler's checks, American Express, Discover, MasterCard and VISA. Personal checks are not accepted.

Restroom Facilities
Portable restroom facilities will be located throughout the course.

Heightened security procedures for this year's championship have been implemented. We appreciate your patience and cooperation with all of these procedures.

Spectators, volunteers and staff will not be allowed on the shuttle buses or through an admission gate with any of the following items:

  • Cellular phones, including any cell phone with photographic capabilities
  • Noise-producing and/or electronic device
  • Cameras and camcorders (other than Monday through Wednesday for personal use only and without their cases)
  • Televisions and radios
  • Food and beverage
  • Containers and/or coolers
  • Pets (other than service animals)
  • Lawn and folding armchairs
  • Bicycles
  • Ladders
  • Signs and/or banners
  • Metal-spiked golf shoes
  • Bags (larger than a small purse or fanny pack)
  • Backpacks or other large bags
  • Cases and/or covers (such as chair covers or umbrella sheaths)
  • Weapons (regardless of permit including but not limited to firearms or knives)
  • Any other items deemed unlawful or dangerous by the USGA and/or Championship Security Personnel, in its sole discretion

Spectator Guidelines
If you observe the following guidelines, your outing at the U.S. Women's Open should be a more enjoyable one:

  • Your U.S. Women's Open ticket must be displayed at all times.
  • Please stay behind gallery ropes and cooperate with the marshals at all times.
  • Please be considerate of others and kneel or sit if you are in the front row of the gallery.
  • Drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration.
  • To ensure your safety, at all times, walk carefully and never run.
  • The U.S. Women's Open is an outdoor event involving substantial walking on grassy hills, dirt paths and other uneven surfaces. Please wear appropriate footwear such as sneakers.

Weather Warning
The USGA will have meteorology staff on-site monitoring the possibility of inclement weather. If a storm is approaching, special "weather warning" signs will be posted on leaderboards around the course. When the sign appears, spectators are advised to take immediate precautions prior to any suspension of play. Grandstands will be cleared when weather warning signs are posted. If play is suspended, close your umbrella and seek shelter immediately. In the event of a weather warning, please avoid: open areas, hilltops, high places, isolated trees, golf carts and wire fences.

Web Site
Useful spectator information about the U.S. Women's Open, as well as U.S. Women's Open history, is available at www.uswomensopen.com or www.usga.org/championships/.

Will Call

Will Call is located in the Admissions trailer at the main spectator entrance. Photo ID will be required to pick up tickets left at Will Call.