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      Security top priority at Marathon Classic

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      T he Marathon Classic is back in action and effective security is a top priority.

      S tarting at the gate , officials will be checking for several prohibited items and enforcing safety rules.

      M obile devices are allowed but you cannot use them to take photos or vide o. They must be silenced.

      A t the end of the day, security officials just want everyone to have a great, but safe time .

      Please observe the following rules for a fun and safe time at this yearâ??s Marathon Classic:

      • Please obey marshals.
      • Stay behind the ropes
      • Do not talk during playing of a shot
      • Do not distract a player in any way.
      • Cameras are allowed on Monday â?? Wednesday
      • Cameras are not allowed Thursday - Sunday
      • Please move in an orderly manner; do not run.
      • Do not leave green until players have holed out.
      • Show consideration to your fellow spectators
      • Please kneel if you are in front of a large gallery.
      • Please use the litter baskets at all times.
      • Always carry a course map.
      • Cellular phones are permitted, however they must be silenced and cannot be used as a camera
      • Dogs, radios, coolers and signs are not permitted.
      • Display your admission pass at all times.
      • Camp stools are permitted,
      • No folding chairs are allowed.
      • In hot weather, drink plenty of liquids to keep hydrated.
      • All bags will be inspected upon entry. Items larger than a purse are subject to a second search prior to entering grandstands.