The facility is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 09.00hrs each day until 18.00hrs. The age limit is over 2 to 8 years old. The maximum session time is 2 hours.
Blue denim jeans are not permitted to be worn in the Clubhouse or or for guests attending the Hospitality Pavilion.
Spectators can move freely around the golf course but please stay outside the ropes. Controlled crossing points, which are clearly marked by yellow signposts, should be used when crossing fairways.
Please do NOT walk on the course when play has finished for the day, in order to protect and keep the course in tournament condition for the players. Please continue to stay outside the ropes.
Use of private scooters is discouraged but there will be appropriate off road scooters for hire.
Event Mobility Charitable Trust
Event Mobility will be providing a number of electric scooters for hire by the elderly or disabled. The facility is located in Car Park 6 (Disabled Car Park available here and must be pre-booked) with attendants on hand to show you how to use the vehicles. You can book your scooter online at www.eventmobility.org.uk or by phone on 01386 725391.
Wheelchair ramps are provided in all public amenities in the Championship Village.
Disabled toilets are situated in the Championship Village, by the 14th green and in the Disabled Car Park.
A dedicated bus for disabled visitors will operate to vantage points on the course. Please notify the nearest marshal at that point who will guide you to a designated viewing area.
All Blue Badge Holders will be directed to the front rows of the Park and Ride areas to then access the Public Shuttle Bus to the Welcome Pavilion.
For those with accessibility issues who require parking on site, please contact 01344 840 550 or email email@example.com
**Event Mobility will arrive onsite from Wednesday 9.00am.**
If it is necessary to evacuate the site, please follow the instructions of the course marshals, volunteers and event officials in an orderly fashion.
Medic 1 are the official First Aid support on-site at BMW PGA Championship. The First Aid centre is situated adjacent to the Welcome Pavilion – please see Course Map for more details. In the event of injury or an emergency on course, please contact the nearest marshal or championship host who can contact someone to assist. Within the Championship Village area, please contact the BMW PGA Championship Office situated behind the 18th green grandstand.
Course grandstand seating is free and available to the public on a first come first served basis. These are located on the 1st Tee, 14th Green, 16th Green and 18th Green. NO ALCOHOL OR SMOKING in the grandstands is permitted and spectators are kindly asked not to stand up on the stands during play.
The 18th Green Grandstand has free public access on a first come first served basis, but it is also possible to reserve seats in this area from Thursday – Sunday. Those who have not booked seats may have to queue for access at peak times. To book your grandstand seat in advance please visit our ticket page on tickets.europeantour.com
A dedicated wheelchair viewing area will once again be positioned at the back right of the 18th green.
The Information Centre is located at the top of the Championship Village near the Media Centre. Programmes and draw sheets are also available here and by the 1st Tee.
MUST BE ON SILENT AT ALL TIMES
Can be used for calls in designated areas only – for example in the Championship Village and by the 10th hole
Text messaging and checking data is allowed on the golf course.
Mobile phone cameras are NOT permitted on Match Days (Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday).
No video recording is permitted at any time.
Using a mobile phone in an unauthorised area or in ways not permitted may result in the phone being confiscated. It can be collected at a designated location after departing the venue.