Average July temperatures at Peek’n Peak Resort is 66 degrees. High temperatures reach the upper 70’s to mid 80’s.
Smart, casual wear is recommended and sensible shoes should be worn. Please note that metal-spike golf shoes are NOT allowed.
Inclement Weather Policy
A PGA TOUR meteorologist is onsite at Peek’n Peak Resort monitoring the weather during Tournament Week. Please observe the electronic scoreboards for weather warning messages which will appear when inclement weather is approaching. When a weather warning message appears guests are advised to take precautions and seek shelter. If the sirens sound, seek shelter immediately.
PGA TOUR Mobile Device Policy
- Devices must be on silent at all times; flash may not be used.
- Devices may be used to capture video, audio and photos (content) in all areas throughout Tournament week.
- Content may be used for personal purposes (e.g., personal social media); no commercial use.
- No live streaming or real-time coverage (e.g., no shot-by-shot coverage).
- Data use (e.g., texting) is permitted in all areas throughout Tournament week.
- Phone calls are allowed only in designated areas.
- Please be respectful of play and do not interfere with players, caddies or media.
- All posted signage and instructions from Tournament staff must be observed.
- Failure to comply with this policy may result in revocation of your ticket.
The main first aid station is located near the Tournament Entrance (close to Woods & Wedges Restaurant). Roving medical teams are also traveling throughout the golf course. If you need medical attention, please tell a staff person or volunteer that is working in your Sky Box. They will be able to contact medical personnel.
“Spectators may capture video, audio and photographs at the Tournament on any day of the Tournament throughout the Tournament site (including, for clarity, competition areas on competition days), consistent with all posted rules and instructions of TOUR and/or Tournament staff. However, you may only use such content for personal, non-commercial purposes (e.g., for your personal social media accounts), and you may not distribute such content on a live or near-live basis (no live streaming) or use such content to create a real-time, stoke-by-stroke or hole-by-hole account of a Tournament. Further, you shall not use or authorize others to use any such content or other Reproduction for any commercial or promotional purpose, or for or in connection with a media outlet (directly or indirectly) unless you and the media outlet have received an official media credential for the Tournament from the TOUR.”
Conduct, Customs & Etiquette
The LECOM Health Challenge is a spirited competition that values sportsmanship and respect. Guests are expected to conduct themselves in a manner which respects this tradition.
Applause and cheering by guests should show encouragement and support of all players. Booing and jeering are inappropriate. Guests who breach this conduct by directing profanity or insult toward a player or official at any time, or who act in an inappropriate or unethical manner, will be immediately removed from the grounds.
Guests may exit a Sky Box or VIP Tent with beer only. Only one (1) beer in hand. Alcoholic drinks may, of course, be consumed in a Sky Box and VIP Tent.
Smoking is not allowed in a Sky Box or VIP Tent. Smoking is allowed in outdoor areas only. Please be courteous to others when smoking.
General admission into the 2019 LECOM Health Challenge is free for everyone.
NOTE: All guests must have Sky Box tickets to enter the Sky Box. All guests must have VIP Tent tickets to enter the VIP Tent.
See Something, Say Something
Officials are asking everyone to participate in making the event safe and enjoyable by being aware of their surroundings during their visit to the LECOM Health Challenge. Should a person see an activity that might be unusual or suspicious, they’re urged to notify a member of the sheriff’s department, security personnel, or tournament official working the event. Everyone is urged to keep a simple phrase in mind: “See something, say something.”
Permitted & Prohibited Items
Consistent with heightened security measures across our nation, the PGA TOUR will continue its normal security policies and expand screenings to ALL patrons, sponsors, volunteers, media and vendors attending or working at all events.
While attending a PGA TOUR tournament, officials request everyone participate in making the event safe and enjoyable by being aware of their surroundings. Should you notice an activity or an individual that might be suspicious, notify a uniformed law enforcement officer, private security personnel, a tournament official, or dial 911. Everyone is urged to keep a simple phrase in mind: “See something, say something.”
As the safety and well-being of everyone who attends a TOUR event is of the utmost importance, please become familiar with and adhere to the TOUR’s standard tournament policies which include a Permitted/Prohibited Items List and a Bag Policy.
All persons and items are subject to search prior to being granted access to a tournament. Persons found to be in possession of prohibited items or bags that exceed the permitted size specifications, will be asked to return those items to their vehicle before being allowed to board shuttles or enter the tournament grounds. The tournament may not provide a “bag check” facility, so attendees are urged not to bring prohibited items.
*All portable chairs must be removed from the course each night.