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Frequently Asked Questions

Do children need a ticket?

 

Children ages 15 and younger are admitted free of charge when accompanied by a ticket-holding adult. Limit of three youngsters per adult, please.

How can I find my favorite golfer?

 

Electronic scoreboards will be located throughout Montrêux Golf & Country Club to assist you in finding your favorite golfer during tournament week. You can obtain a list of tee times and player groupings with an Official Daily Pairings sheet, located in marked stations throughout the course. The Official Daily Pairings sheets also have a map to help you find restroom facilities and concession stands.

Can I bring in my own food and drink?

 

Unfortunately, no.  A variety of delicious food and drink options are available to you throughout Montrêux Golf & Country Club. Purses and other bags must be smaller than 6” x 6” x 6” and are screened upon arrival.  Please keep all items larger than these dimensions and all food and beverage items in your vehicle or leave them at home.  Because of security concerns, all backpacks, coolers, etc, will be kept at the admissions tent and returned upon your departure.

 

Can I bring in a camera or cell phone?

 

Cellular phones are permitted on the course, however all phones must  be kept on silent and may not disturb play.  Any disruption of play by cellular phones may be penalized by removal from the golf course with no refund.  Clearly marked designated cellular phone usage areas will be available to you for urgent communication matters.  Cameras are not  allowed, including the use of cellular phone cameras.  The use of your cellular phone camera may cause you to be ejected from the course with no refund. We thank you in advance for adhering to these nationwide PGA TOUR cellular phone/camera policies.

What should I bring with me to the Reno-Tahoe Open?

 

You should start by wearing weather-appropriate casual golf wear with comfortable walking shoes, preferably with flat soles to prevent injury due to uneven terrain.  Be sure to bring a windbreaker, hat/visor, sunscreen, and sunglasses with you.  ATM machines will be available throughout the course for those last moment purchases, so be sure and bring your automatic bank card as well.

What shouldn’t I bring to the Reno-Tahoe Open?

 

Please refrain from bringing firearms to the Reno-Tahoe Open. Also, you should not plan on bringing in your own outside food or beverage and please do not bring in large bags (larger than 6 x 6 x 6). Please do not bring banners or other signs with you to the Reno-Tahoe Open. Lastly, please do not bring in umbrellas to the Reno-Tahoe Open. Thank you for adhering to these important policies!

How do I purchase tickets to the Reno-Tahoe Open?

 

Tickets for the 2014 Reno-Tahoe Open are available by clicking here.

May I smoke while enjoying the Reno-Tahoe Open?

 

Due to fire and public health concerns, smoking is not permitted except within clearly marked designated smoking areas. Please be considerate with your cigarette butts and place them in the bins provided for your use.

Which is the best day to enjoy the Reno-Tahoe Open?

 

We think that each day of the tournament has something special to offer!  PGA TOUR professionals are more amenable to autographs on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of tournament week, as these are practice and Pro-Am days and they are not actively competing. Competition begins on Thursday and continues on Friday, so if you have your heart set on seeing a particular golfer, these are the days you will want to be in attendance. There is a cut after play on Friday to include the lowest scoring 70 players and those tied at that score.  Those golfers who make the cut will play on Saturday and Sunday of tournament week. Sunday is the exciting finish with a lively Closing Ceremony following the sink of the last putt.  Thursday through Sunday of tournament week features activities that all interest groups can enjoy, so they are all wonderful days to attend.

What is the public parking and bus procedure?

 

The Reno-Tahoe Open offers shuttles and a will-call system annually. Specific details will be added to this page as they are known for the 2014 event.

When can I enjoy the Reno-Tahoe Open on television?

 

The viewing schedule for the 2014 Reno-Tahoe Open will be updated as this becomes available.

What is a Modified Stableford?

 

The Modified Stableford is the Reno-Tahoe Open's new scoring format. Instead of scoring in a stroke play format, players at the Reno-Tahoe Open will receive points based on play with the highest points earner winning. Learn more.

Are there shuttles to the Reno-Tahoe Open?

 

The Reno-Tahoe Open will provide information regarding shuttle options for the 2014 event as they become available.