Spectator Advice

Spectator Advice

Entry

Free but spectators must have a ticket – click HERE to get yours.

Course access

Spectators are generally able to walk the fairways with the professionals at the NSW Open.  There are a few holes where for safety you will be asked to stay outside of the roped areas.

Please follow the instructions of the officials, be quiet during play and please stay within the lined edges when crossing the fairways at the designated crossing points.

Mobile Phones

Spectators are required to turn their phones to OFF or put on SILENT whilst on course. No mobile phone photography is permitted.

First Aid

Any spectator requiring first aid or medical attention should contact the Tournament Administration for assistance.

Inclement Weather

A Golf Tournament can still continue in inclement conditions. If the weather has the  potential to become dangerous to players and specttors then a SIREN will sound and play will be suspended. If the siren sounds spectators are advised to leave the course and seek shelter immediately.

PLEASE AVOID THE FOLLOWING – Open areas, hill top and high places, isolated trees, golf carts, grandstands, telephone poles, metal or wire fences, metal stakes and TV towers.

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