You'll find the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Muirfield Village, a community within Dublin, Ohio. Dublin is a suburb just to the northeast of Columbus, Ohio. The golf club was founded by famed pro golfer Jack Nicklaus who co-designed the course with Desmond Muirhead. The course consistently ranks among the top 20 in the US and the top 50 in the world, and it has hosted the Memorial Tournament
annually since 1976. Nicklaus updates the club and course each fall to include new technology, to benefit club members or Memorial Tournament spectators and to provide more challenges for the pros playing in the Tournament. Purchase your Muirfield Village Golf Club Tickets at Stubhub.com.
Is the Muirfield Village Golf Club a public or private golf course?
The Muirfield Village Golf Club is a private golf course. It also offers onsite sleeping quarters for members.
What should I know about attending the Memorial Tournament?
Spring weather in Ohio is changeable. Wear sunscreen and bring sunglasses, a windbreaker, a hat or sun visor, and an umbrella. Comfortable walking shoes are a must, but only soft spikes are permitted. Several locations around the golf course offer food and beverages with gluten-free food selections available at Champions Villa near the Tournament's entrance. Public parking lots, disabled parking, valet service, limited on-street parking and shuttle service to and from designated parking lots area available. You'll find the Bogey Bar & Grill outside the golf course's "Back Gate" exit from the Main Parking Area near the sixth tee.
Where can I stay while visiting the Muirfield Village Golf Club or attending the Memorial Tournament?
In addition to the member's sleeping quarters at the Muirfield Village Golf Club, Columbus, Ohio also has a wide range of hotels, extended stay hotels and Airbnb locations. Additionally, some homeowners in Muirfield Village with yards that border on the golf course choose to rent their homes out for Tournament week.
What other attractions are near the Muirfield Village Golf Club?
Memorial Park, located beside the golf course's No. 1 fairway, commemorates the winners of previous Memorial Tournaments along with others of golf's most noted individuals. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium provides one of the public parking areas for the Memorial Tournament and shuttles run to and from that parking lot to the tournament. Zoombezi Bay, the water park associated with the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, is next to the zoo.
What else is there to see and do around Columbus?
The Scioto Mile, along the Scioto River in downtown Columbus, hosts events like the Jazz and Rib Fest, the Arts Festival, and Red, White, and Boom, Columbus's annual fireworks display that's held on July 3rd. The Scioto Mile also is the site of the National Veteran's Memorial and Museum and the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) with its entertaining and educational science exhibits. The Ohio Theater, Nationwide Arena and the Value City Arena Ð Schottenstein Center host a variety of events.Back to Top