The championship is open May 7 through May 13. Admission is free and spectators are encouraged to attend.
Autographs are permitted during practice rounds on Thursday, May 7, and Friday, May 8. A no-autograph policy is in effect throughout the championship rounds, Saturday through Wednesday. 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 the round, including the time when the player is at the practice range and practice green or en route to the first tee.
Cameras and camcorders are only allowed onsite at the course for personal photographic use and without their cases during practice rounds, Thursday, May 7, and Friday, May 8.
Cellphones are permitted at the championship for limited purposes. Phone calls cannot be received or placed in any area that may disturb play. Use should not disrupt the players.
SERVICES FOR SPECTATORS WITH DISABILITIES
People movers will be available at the Pacific Dunes Clubhouse to shuttle spectators with disabilities to various viewing locations on the course. Please check in with the Pacific Dunes Golf Shop staff in order to call for a shuttle.
The First-Aid station will be located on the western side of the Pacific Dunes putting green. The First-Aid station is staffed with licensed medical personnel all day from the first tee time until the last group finishes. In the event of a medical emergency, please locate and notify someone with a radio (USGA championship staff, volunteer chairman) and have them report the incident to the necessary medical personnel. Call 911 for any immediate medical assistance.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE
All Food and Beverage outlets on property are available to the public. The Pacific Grill will be open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. with snack service available throughout the championship. Please check the championship program for more information on hours of operations for the other outlets on property.
Any lost-and-found items will be collected daily at the Pacific Dunes Golf Shop and then taken to Guest Services, adjacent to the Main Lodge, at the end of each night.
Championship merchandise will be available for purchase in the Pacific Dunes Golf Shop and the Lodge Gift Shop. A variety of merchandise bearing the 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball logo will be offered in addition to Bandon Dunes-logoed items. Acceptable forms of payment are cash or credit card.
Spectators are welcome to park in the lot located adjacent to the Pacific Dunes entrance and walk the short distance to the course. Additionally, free shuttle service will be provided from the main lodge for spectator parking.
PUBLIC RESTROOM FACILITIES
Public restrooms are available in all outlets on property. There are additional bathrooms located in the Pacific Dunes parking lot and out on the course. Please review the map within the championship program for more information on locations.
To help ensure that your experience at the U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship is enjoyable, we recommend:
- If in possession, display your credentials at all times.
- Spectators are allowed to walk on the fairways, keeping a respectful distance from the players. Thank you for cooperating with the marshals at all times.
- Drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration.
- Walk carefully as some of the terrain includes grassy hills, dirt paths and uneven surfaces.
- Please wear appropriate footwear.
- Please walk around putting greens, not across.
WEATHER WARNING & SPECTATOR EVACUATION
The USGA has meteorology staff on-site monitoring the possibility of inclement weather. In the event of inclement weather, please avoid open areas, hilltops, high places, isolated trees, golf carts and wire fences. If play is suspended, which will be indicated by one prolonged air-horn blast, please close your umbrellas and seek shelter. In the event of suspension of play, the grounds will be cleared immediately and spectators will be directed to return to their cars or the Pacific Dunes clubhouse.