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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -

New security measures will be implemented at the 2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Similar to the new rules at NFL stadiums, fans won't be admitted with bags larger than the size of their hand or in a clear container.

What you're allowed to bring:
·    Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12" - these bags will be available at tournament parking shuttle locations and at the main entrance to the tournament.
·    One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar).
·    Small clutch bags (wristlets), approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap, may be carried into the tournament along with one of the clear bag options.
·    All mobile phones, tablets and PDA's must be on silent mode and used in accordance with the posted Mobile Device Policy
·    Sealed bottled water in approved bags
·    Still Camera without case and Lens smaller than 6″ (Monday - Wednesday only)
·    Umbrellas without sleeve
·    Collapsible chairs, without chair bags
·    Portable radios w/headset
·    Strollers, plastic baby bottles, and other baby supplies, (infant must be with carrier)
·    Binoculars without binocular case
·    An exception will be made for fans needing to bring medical supplies into the tournament. These medically necessary items will be permitted after proper inspection at one of the admissions gates
 
Prohibited items:
·    No Backpacks
·    No Chair Bags
·    No Lawn or over size chairs
·    No Seat Cushions
·    No pets except for service animals
·    No Bicycles
·    No opaque bags larger than 6"x6"x6" (in their natural state) will be permitted
·    No clear tote bags, plastic, vinyl, or other carry items larger than 12″x 6″x 12″ will be permitted
·    No Video Cameras at any time
·    No Cameras permitted after Wednesday
·    No Radios, Televisions, or other electronic noise producing items
·    No Whistles, Horns or Noise Makers
·    No Signs or Banners
·    No Alcoholic Beverages may enter or leave the Tournament
·    No outside Food or Beverages may enter the Tournament except for medical or infant needs
·    No Plastic, Metal, or Glass Cups, Cans or Containers of any kind except for medical or infant needs
·    No Coolers of any kind
·    No Weapons of any kind may enter the tournament including but not limited to fire arms or knives
·    No Computers or Laptops
·    No Fireworks
·    No Illegal Substances
·    No Laser Pointers
·    No Poles or Rods
·    No other items deemed unlawful or dangerous by the PGA TOUR/Tournament Security Officials

These rules are already used at all NFL stadiums, the University of Michigan, Penn State University and Michigan State University.

The 2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open will be held at the TPC Scottsdale from Jan. 27 to Feb. 2.

2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open
www.wmphoenixopen.com

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