Located in Dublin, Ohio, but named after Muirfield, Scotland, this prestigious golf course was founded by legendary golfer, Jack Nicklaus, and established in 1974. Serving as the site for many of the sport's top events, including the Memorial Golf Tournament, prepare for your trip with the information below regarding the Muirfield Village Golf Course.
Muirfield Village Golf Course General Information
Personal digital cameras are typically only permitted during practice rounds, and recording devices are strictly prohibited. Cell phones and other mobile devices can be brought inside but must be kept in silent mode at all times, and can only be used in the following areas: concessions, merchandise sales, and designated social media locations.
Guests are allowed to bring standard golf-size umbrellas and strollers. No outside food or drink will be permitted. Other prohibited items include: folding chairs, signs, coolers, backpacks, large purses, weapons, and picnic baskets.
Muirfield Village Golf Course Parking Information & Gate Times
Free public parking is plentiful around the course, with four different lots (Sixth Tee Lot, Columbus Zoo Lot, Ashbaugh Lot, Handicap Parking) located in close proximity to Muirfield Village. Parking also will be available on Muirfield Drive and Carnoustie Drive, but space is limited and guests must park in designated areas only. The club also offers a drop-off location for guests in the Sixth Tee Lot.
Gates typically open at 7 a.m. each day, but that is subject to change and guests are encouraged to check with the tournament schedule for up-to-date information.
Muirfield Village Golf Course Accessibility
Proper precautions have been taken to ensure guests have an enjoyable experience while at Muirfield Village Golf Course. Guests requiring the assistance of a wheelchair will be permitted, but no wheelchairs will be available onsite for rental. Contact event staff for special assistance or to make any special arrangements.