U.S. Open Merchandise Pavilion opens June 10

The Country Club invites golf fans to visit and shop at the U.S. Open Merchandise Pavilion, an enormous structure equivalent to a city block bordering the first hole, from June 10 - June 12.


BOSTON, Mass – The United States Golf Association (USGA) has announced that the U.S. Open Merchandise Pavilion at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass., will be open to the general public for pre-championship shopping from Friday, June 10 through Sunday, June 12 from the hours of 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Tickets are not required to access the Merchandise Pavilion during these three days. The rest of The Country Club grounds will be closed to the public.

The Main Merchandise Pavilion, covering 24,000 square feet, features more than 400,000 logoed items from 45 brands bearing the 122nd U.S. Open Championship logo, including hats, polo shirts, outerwear, t-shirts, posters, headcovers, golf towels and much more. In addition to major apparel brands such as Ralph Lauren, adidas, Nike, FootJoy, Ahead and Under Armour, there will also be notecards and custom prints available from Brookline resident Kate Murphy, a graphic artist and designer.


Complimentary parking will be available at Dexter Southfield School located 20 Newton St., Brookline, Mass. 02445 with a short shuttle ride to The Country Club.


Bill Doyle brings 45 years of professional sports writing experience to New England dot Golf. His resume includes 40 years as a sports writer for the Worcester Telegram & Gazette where he wrote a Sunday golf column and covered professional and amateur golf. He also wrote about all four of the major professional sports teams in the Boston area, mostly about the Boston Celtics, as well as college and local sports. Working for the newspaper in the city where Worcester Country Club hosted the inaugural Ryder Cup in 1927, Doyle covered the improbable comeback of the U.S. team at the 1999 Ryder Cup at The Country Club in Brookline. He also covered the 1988 U.S. Open at TCC, the 2001 and 2017 U.S. Senior Open championships at Salem Country Club, the U.S. Women’s Open championships at The Orchards in South Hadley in 2004 and at Newport Country Club in 2006, the PGA Tour stops at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton for nearly 20 years and at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut, for several years; and every PGA Tour event at TPC Boston in Norton from the inaugural event in 2003. He will provide regular contributions ranging from interviews, travel, lifestyle, real estate, commentary and special assignments. Bill can be reached at bcdoyle15@charter.net.

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