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Victory Field Event Safety

The Links at Victory Field

The safety and well-being of our community, guests, and staff is the main priority of the Indianapolis Indians and Victory Field. All guidelines and regulations set forth by the Marion County Health Department and City of Indianapolis will be strictly followed and enforced for all events at Victory Field.

The procedures identified below represent practical best efforts to keep our community safe. The public’s cooperation is requested in executing this plan. Please do not attend an event at Victory Field if you have been knowingly exposed to COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to an event.

Marion County & State Guidelines

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Fan FAQs

Golf clubs and balls will be provided courtesy of Mizuno and will be sanitized after every group. The longest distance is 140 yards; therefore all low-irons, hybrids and drivers are prohibited. Lefties, youth and seniors are encouraged to bring their own clubs.

Your temperature will be taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100 or more is allowed up to two follow-up checks, with a 5-minute wait in between checks. Those with a temperature of 100 or more on all three attempts will not be allowed to enter.

Yes, drinks and snacks will be available for purchase in the Yuengling Landing and Elements Financial Club. Purchase a minimum of six (6) drinks from Yuengling Landing before your round and receive an exclusive Indy 500 Cooler Backpack, available while supplies last. Concession items available in both The Landing and The Club include hot dogs, soft pretzels with cheese, chips, popcorn, water, soda and beer. Bloody Mary’s and mimosas will be available in both locations while High Noon is only available in The Landing and cocktails are reserved to The Club. Stands will be cashless – only debit and credit cards will be accepted forms of payment.

Per the Marion County public health order, face coverings are required for individuals in public areas. Golfers must wear masks when moving from tee box to tee box and may remove masks when eating, drinking and golfing. Golfers are strongly encouraged to social distance from other groups.

No, outside food and beverage will not be permitted into the stadium.

Yes, men's and women's restrooms, a family restroom and a mother’s room will be available with social distancing guidelines enacted.