RICOH WOMEN’S BRITISH OPEN 2014 – Disability Strategy
The Ricoh Women’s British Open is proud to welcome all members of the public to the only Women’s ‘Major’ outside of North America.
The Organisers have made all reasonable adjustments to be as inclusive as possible throughout the Championship and, while doing their utmost to accommodate everyone, the very nature of the golf course does mean that some spectators will not be able to access all parts of the site.
PARKING & APPLICATION
Spectators who have Ricoh Women’s British Open Tickets and require disabled parking access should contact firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the correct car park accreditation. Alternatively, disabled badge holders should follow signs to CAR PARK 1, where they will be given access to this car parking area which is the closest available to the course and Championship facilities.
There are no concessions other than those already offered on the www.ticketfactory.com.
Spectators with disabilities may access dedicated viewing areas at the following locations:-
– 1st Tee
– 18th Green
– Practice Range.
Please note that these viewing areas are located at ground level and are on a grass surface.
All spectators should take care when on the golf course.
Private mobility scooters are permitted on site but the Organisers require prior notification and users will be required to fill out and sign a liability disclaimer. To obtain a form please contact email@example.com
For public safety private golf carts are not allowed at the event
PLEASE NOTE: Event Mobility will not be onsite at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
ACCESS TOILET FACILITIES
Access toilet facilities are available on site. Please refer to information at the Championship for locations.
All public tentage facilities have ramped access.
For further information, please contact one of the Ricoh Women’s British Open Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
All ticket / badge holders agree that they enter the course at their own risk. Suitable footwear should be worn and the uneven terrain may make the course unsuitable for those who suffer from certain medical conditions. The sponsors and organisers of the tournament and their representatives, agents and licensees accept no liability for death or bodily injury of any nature or any loss of or damage to property suffered whilst at the tournament save to the extent that such waiver is prohibited by law. Filming will be taking place throughout the Tournament and footage may be used for promotional purposes throughout the world. By entering into this venue you are consenting to the recording of your likeness and/or voice and you permit the Organisers to use all rights in respect of such recordings.