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All things Memorial Tournament: Parking, schedule, after party




Happy Memorial Tournament week!

Planning on joining in on the festivities? Read up on all there is to know about the tournament below, courtesy of 10TV!

Tournament Schedule

May 28 – 30

Practice Rounds:

Wednesday, May 31

  • Nationwide Invitational at the Memorial Tournament (Official Pro-Am). Tee Times start at 7:30 a.m.
  • Junior Golf Day. Activities include: Youth Field Trips, Junior Golf Clinic (5:30 PM; Safari Golf Club), Clubhouse Kids Course Treasure Map, Designated Autograph Area
  • Memorial Honoree Ceremony – 2:30 p.m. at Driving Range | Tournament Honoree – Hale Irwin, Journalism Honoree – Larry Dorman
  • Jack Nicklaus Golf Clinic – 4 p.m. at Driving Range

Thursday, June 1 | First Round, 7:30 a.m. start (estimated)

Friday, June 2 | Second Round, 7:30 a.m. start (estimated)

Saturday, June 3 | Third Round, 8 a.m. start (estimated)

Saturday, June 3 | Final Round, 8 a.m. start (estimated)


Unfortunately, online ticket sales have ended. Call the ticket office for additional assistance at 877-682-2343.

2018 Field of Competitors

The contingent of 120 players is led by World No. 1 Justin Thomas, 2017 Memorial Tournament winner Jason Dufner and five-time winner and 14-time major champion Tiger Woods.

Other top 10 players:

  • No. 2 Dustin Johnson
  • No. 3 Jordan Spieth
  • No. 5 Justin Rose (2010 Memorial winner)
  • No. 6 Rickie Fowler
  • No. 7 Jason Day
  • No. 8 Rory McIlroy

For a complete list of this year’s field, click here.

Policies & Prohibited Items

There will be no autographs during the tournament.

Mobile devices are permitted but there is restricted use:

  • 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.

You can view a more detailed list and further information here.


Traffic & Parking

Parking Lots: Parking is free for patrons in the public lots.

  • 19th Hole Lot – Located off State Route 745/Dublin Road
  • Columbus Zoo Lot (Thursday – Sunday ONLY) 4850 W Powell Rd., Powell, OH 43065 | Shuttles run: Thursday – Sunday: 6:45 a.m. – 7 p.m. (or one hour after play)
  • Ashbaugh Lot – Located off Brand Road just east of Muirfield Drive
  • Disabled Parking – 6189 Memorial Dr., Dublin, OH 43017 (Muirfield Square) State-issued placard required | Shuttles run: Monday – 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Tuesday: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Wednesday – Sunday: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. (or one hour after play)

Approved Ride Share drop-off/pick-up locations:

  • 19th Hole Lot (10569 Dublin Rd., Dublin, OH 43017)
  • Gate #15 (8668 Muirfield Dr., Dublin, OH 43017)

On-Street Parking: Limited on-street parking available to the public on a first-come-first-serve basis. Cars must be removed one hour after play concludes or they will be towed at the owner’s expense.

  • Muirfield Drive, north of Memorial Drive.
  • Carnoustie Drive, located off northbound Muirfield Drive, just south of Glick Road.

Parking on any Muirfield Village street is prohibited except in designated areas. Cars will be towed at the owner’s expense.

Traffic Updates: Tune your car radio to 1610 AM for updates on traffic to and from the tournament.

Additional parking and traffic information for the 2018 Memorial Tournament can be found here.


For the first time ever, Dublin’s Bridge Park will be hosting a festival in time for the Memorial Tournament. Get the details here. 

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Orange Barrel Hell: 5 road projects to avoid at all costs

Mike Thomas



The ubiquitous orange construction barrel: a sign of central Ohio’s continual growth, and the stuff of traffic nightmares.

Road construction in central Ohio is a headache that may be impossible to avoid, but at least you can try. Here are five ongoing road projects to watch out for.

Watkins road at 33 – Closed indefinitely
A truck hit the 33 overpass at Watkins Rd on Thursday, leading to a closure of Watkins that could last for months, according to ODOT officials.

I-70 between I-270 and Wilson Rd – southbound Wilson closed for the weekend
I-270 to I-70 eastbound on the west side, as well as Southbound Wilson Road over I-70, will be closed beginning at 10 p.m. on Friday. The closure will last through the weekend. All lanes will reopen at 5:00 AM Monday.

I-71 South Side ‘Mega Fix’ Between Grove City and Columbus
The South Side construction project on Interstate 71 between Columbus and Grove City will add extra lanes, new bridges, and exit ramps throughout five miles of highway. The project will be under construction for at least three years, with completion targeted for the Fall of 2020.


I-670 / I-270 Smart Lane
Construction on the Ohio’s first SmartLane has begun. The project spans seven miles miles of I-670 between downtown and John Glenn International Airport.

The new lane, called a SmartLane, will utilize state-of-the-art digital overhead signs installed every three-quarters of a mile to let motorists know if the lane is open to traffic. SmartLanes are intended to ease traffic congestion during peak rush hours.

3rd Avenue Widening near Railroad between Edgehill Road and Columbus Fire Station #25
Eastbound 3rd Avenue is detoured at Northwest Boulevard, except for local business traffic. This detour is expected to be in place for the rest of the year for a widening, reconstruction, and pedestrian path project.

What ongoing road project grinds your gears in your daily commute? Let us know in the comments.

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Video: Local church apologizes after kids spit on pastor




Please consider this story your weekly reminder not to spit on people—even if they’re literally asking for it.

The Impact City Church in Pataskala has issued an apology over an Easter lesson gone wrong, in which youth minister Jaddeus Dempsey encouraged kids to slap him and spit on him. One student, at Dempsey’s direction, even cut the pastor’s bare back with a knife. The exercise was intended to teach students about Christ’s crucifixion.


In a statement posted to Facebook, the church assured the public that there is a formal review and investigation of the incident under way from their Board of Directors:

While Dempsey’s future at the church is uncertain, perhaps this bizarre incident did manage to convey a simple lesson—don’t spit on people!

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There’s still hope for bigger, better Whitehall Kroger




Two years has gone by since Kroger purchased a former Big Bear grocery store at the Town and Country Shopping Center in Whitehall, but the massive marketplace is still promising a bigger, better store for the community.

The place may just be a vacant lot right now, but according to This Week News, the 8.2-acre site at 3680 E. Broad St could become a shopping center with a drive-through pharmacy, fuel center, expanded kosher offerings, ClickLists, and other amenities.


But ultimately, the project timeline is still being worked out.

Via a 15-year, 53% tax-increment-financing agreement Whitehall City Council approved in 2016, Kroger’s deadline to begin construction was pushed back from the end of 2018 to the end of 2021.

Kroger purchased the property for $4.2 million and is expected to shell out another $24 million to build the new store.

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