Golfers were heading to the Murfield Village Golf Club Tuesday to continue practicing for the Tournament.
Defending champion Tiger Woods was expected to arrive on Tuesday.
Tournament officials ask that visitors who plan on coming to Murfield should keep a few things in mind.
They said you can bring your cell phone to the practice rounds, but once play starts on Thursday, visitors must keep their phones turned off and in their pockets.
The Mobile Device courtesy committee will be on patrol to make sure phones are put away.
Officials said there are designated places set up around the course where you will be able to use your phones.
Visitors also are not allowed to bring any bags or backpacks into the Tournament.
The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that eight of the top ten golfers in the world will play in the pro-am.
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