The Muirfield Association office will be open
special hours to give those residents who have
not obtained a Muirfield photo ID card a chance
to have their photos taken and cards issued.
Thursday, May 12, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, May 19, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
The entire ID process takes just under 3 minutes and your card will be issued immediately!
A Muirfield photo ID is required to enter the pool facilities, whether swimming or not. Photos will not be taken at the pools, so plan to visit the Association office before the pools open.
If you already have a Muirfield photo ID card, you do not need to have a new photo taken.
If you miss the evening hours, photos can be taken any business day at the Association office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The office has several resident cards from last season. If you didn't pick up your finished card, an adult family member may pick up cards for the entire household. If you have lost your card, there is a $10 replacement fee. The office is able to accept cash and checks.
Get Fit with the Fins Family Triathlon
Muirfield Association is pleased to pass on the following message from the Muirfins Swim Team:
Our Muirfield swim team, the Muirfins, is hosting a family friendly triathlon Sunday, June 12th at the Glick Road recreation complex. Come join in the Swim / Bike / Run FUN and support the team! This is the major fundraiser of the season for the team with all proceedssupporting the team. Registration is open to Muirfield residents until May 15th. Only 80 spots available and we anticipate them tosell out fast.
Speaking of Muirfins - have you registered yet for swim team? Muirfin team membership is open to residents of Muirfield Village. Each year children join the team and have fun with their friends while improving their swimming skills. Swimmers of all levels are welcome!One condition - swimmers must be able to swim the length of the pool (25m) without stopping, touching pool bottom, hanging on lane line or side wall.
Join us in all the fun while getting to know your neighbors - head to
to register today! Price increase after May 6th!
The Country Club at Muirfield Open House
Muirfield Association is pleased to pass on the following invitation from The Country Club at Muirfield Village:
The Country Club at Muirfield Village invites the residents of Muirfield Village to attend an Open House event to discover the excellence of the family-friend country club. Open House attendees will receive a tour of the club’s recently-renovated, modern amenities as well as information regarding various golf and social membership opportunities.
Membership Open House Sunday, May 22 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Interested attendees should RSVP to Alissa Klein at [email protected] or (614) 764-1714 ext. 116.
Memorial Tournament Mailing
The Muirfield Village Golf Club has made us aware that they mailed Tournament information and parking passes to residents on May 2.
Included is parking information, parking passes, temporary property addition rules (such as tents), and more.
Please watch your mailbox in the next few days.
After receiving the information, please address any
concerns or questions to the Golf Club ticket office at 614-889-6712.
The 2016 Memorial Tournament will take place May 30 - June 5. Visit
for more information.
Resident Directory Update
Listings for the new Muirfield Resident Directory are pouring in!
Remember, your listing does not have to include anything other than the head of household's name(s)
and Muirfield street address. Optional portions of listings include the
names of family members, email addresses, and/or phone numbers.
Spring is one of the busiest seasons for our Association workers. They are planting and maintaining beds, mowing, weeding, edging, mulching, and making Muirfield Village beautiful!
With all of the work being done, our crew is out daily transporting mowing equipment, tools and supplies from the maintenance facility to the outer boundaries of the village. These slow moving vehicles must use the main streets to get around. Most of our maintenance vehicles travel at speeds of 15-20 miles per hour and offer little protection to the workers if the vehicle is struck by an automobile.
With this in mind, the Association office is asking that all Muirfield motorists watch the roads carefully for our Association workers and use caution when approaching the slow-moving vehicles. Please slow down and give them space to share the road.