the Memorial Tournament

The 2024 Memorial Tournament presented by Workday is scheduled for June 3 – 9, 2024 at the world-renowned Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. For more information, including badge availability, please visit

Going to the Tournament?

Take a Safe Ride with Lyft

Central Ohio Safe Ride and the City of Dublin have partnered to offer up to $10 off Lyft rides to or from the Memorial Tournament presented by Workday so attendees can enjoy the event safely.


Times: From 1 a.m. Sunday, May 28, through 1 a.m. Monday, June 5

How the Discount Works

  • Download and/or open the Lyft app.
  • Tap the menu icon and select “Rewards.”
  • Click “Add promo code” and enter the code (DUBMEMORIAL23).
  • Request your ride.
  • Or, users who have the Lyft app can go directly to, type in their phone number, and receive the discount.

Each rider may only use the code once, but it can be used roundtrip if two or more people travel together.

Preferred Tournament Pick-Up and Drop-Off Sites
The code is valid for users who are picked up or dropped off within Dublin city limits. These are the preferred areas for Lyft drivers to use on the Tournament grounds:

East side of the Tournament grounds
6th Tee Lot
10555 Dublin Road, Dublin, OH 43017

West side of the Tournament grounds
#15 gate
8668 Muirfield Drive, Dublin, OH 43017

About Safe Ride: The City of Dublin and Central Ohio Safe Ride continue to collaborate to promote responsible transportation and encourage everyone to not drink and drive.

Traffic & Parking

Traffic Impacts

  • From Tuesday, May 30, through Sunday, June 4, Carnoustie Drive will be one-way (eastbound only) from Muirfield Drive to Glick Road.
  • Starting Thursday, June 1, through Sunday, June 4, Glick Road will be one-way (eastbound only) from Shawnee Trail to Riverside Drive from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Parking Lots
The Tournament offers patrons the convenience of public parking lots. Parking is free.

  • 6th Tee Lot–Located off State Route 745/Dublin Road at 10555 Dublin Road. Patrons who park in the Main Parking Area near the 6th tee should use the “Back Gate” exit behind the Bogey Bar & Grill when leaving the lot. This exit empties out directly onto the O’Shaughnessy Bridge, eliminating the need to wait at the intersection of Glick Road and State Route 745/Dublin Road. Please note that Thursday through Sunday of Tournament week the O’Shaughnessy Bridge is limited to one-way eastbound traffic from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
  • Reserved Parking – Service is available Wednesday to Sunday (pre-paid only) in the 6th Tee Lot. Reserved parking service is limited and sold separately each day. Entrance #6 is directly across the street from the 6th Tee Lot.
  • Columbus Zoo – Located at 4850 Powell Road, Powell, Ohio, 43065, the Memorial Tournament has partnered with the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium to offer free public parking for Tournament patrons Wednesday, May 31, through Sunday, June 4 from 7 a.m. until one hour after the completion of play. Complimentary shuttles will run continuously to and from the Memorial’s main entrance gate.
  • Ashbaugh Lot – Located off Brand Road just east of Muirfield Drive.
  • Accessible Parking – 10555 Dublin Road, Dublin, Ohio, 43017 (6th Tee Lot). State-issued placard required.

Approved Rideshare Drop-Off/Pickup Locations:
6th Tee Lot (10555 Dublin Rd., Dublin, OH 43017)
Gate #15 (8668 Muirfield Dr., Dublin, OH 43017)

On-Street Parking
In addition, there is limited on-street parking available to the public on a first-come first-serve basis on the following streets:

Muirfield Drive
(Nothing of Whittingham Drive) – The northbound and southbound left-hand lanes of Muirfield Drive (north of Whittingham Drive) are available for public parking Monday through Sunday of Tournament week. No parking available before 6:30 a.m. All vehicles still parked on Muirfield Drive one hour after play concludes will be towed at the owner’s expense.

It's Just the Weather

City, Wyandotte Nation Debunk Tournament ‘Curse’

Each spring, golf patrons in Dublin consistently have a question: Will it rain at the Memorial Tournament? If it does, it’s not a curse — it’s just the Ohio weather.

In partnership with the Wyandotte Nation, the City of Dublin is working to dispel the longstanding myth of the “Curse of Leatherlips.” The tale erroneously purports that the Wyandot warrior, who was executed in the Dublin area in 1810, put a curse on the Muirfield Village Golf Club land so that it would rain during the Tournament.

City and Wyandotte Nation members are asking meteorologists, golf lovers and the public to help put an end to this inaccurate description of Leatherlips. Wyandotte Nation members note Leatherlips’ honorable and peaceful character. Read more.

Public Records Request Overview

In order to support faster response and better tracking of requests, the City of Dublin uses JustFOIA to collect, respond to and manage public information requests.

Why JustFOIA?

JustFOIA is a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) online application that helps streamline the open records request process for the community and improve efficiencies in getting requested information quickly and accurately.

The application lets community members submit requests for all city records, including police reports. Commonly requested information includes accident reports, copies of resolutions and body-camera video.

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Revised Charter of Dublin, Ohio

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