The FORE! Miler, presented by OhioHealth, will return to an in-person event at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 27.
This year’s event features a field limited to 1,250, a new start line on Memorial Drive and several safety protocols to keep runners, walkers, volunteers and the community safe.
The race will follow a route that starts at Memorial Drive and ends at Muirfield Village Golf Club, located at 5750 Memorial Drive, and includes Memorial Drive, Avery Road, Brand Road, Muirfield Drive and Kinross Court. Traffic will be temporarily detoured around all race areas from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on a rolling basis.
Dublin Police will provide traffic control during the race and will strive to permit vehicular traffic to cross closed intersections when such an action can be safely accomplished.
A variety of changes have been made this year due to the coronavirus pandemic:
- The event starts on Memorial Drive and will utilize the field owned by the Muirfield Association to allow social distancing before the start at 7 p.m.
- Masks and physical distancing will be required before and after the event and at the Post-Race Party
- The event will follow all other state and local COVID-19 safety protocols
- Parking locations have been added and parking access will be more efficient
Members of the community are invited to help cheer on the runners or register to run or walk at foremiler.com. Dublin residents and corporate citizens can use the code DUBLIN5 to receive a $5 discount.
All participants receive a FORE! Miler Technical Race Shirt, FORE! Miler Finisher’s Medal and a complimentary adult beverage (21 and over) at the Post-Race Party.
After the race, runners and walkers will enjoy a free Post-Race Party at the Golden Bear Club between No. 10 fairway and No. 14 green at Muirfield Village Golf Club.
The FORE! Miler is a 4-mile road race for runners and walkers that will kick off the Memorial Tournament, presented by Nationwide. This charitable event will highlight and benefit the alliance between Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. The race has raised more than $100,000 for Nationwide Children’s since it began in 2015.