Fans Can Purchase Limited Quantities in Several Ticket Categories on April 14
BOSTON, Mass – The United States Golf Association (USGA) has announced that the final batch of tickets for the 122nd U.S. Open will be released to the general public next Thursday, April 14.
The 2022 U.S. Open will take place at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass., from June 13-19, 2022.
Beginning on April 14, a variety of daily tickets will be available for purchase while supplies last. Each will offer golf fans an opportunity to experience the excitement of the U.S. Open. Ticket options include Gallery, American Express Reserved Grandstand,Garden Corona Premier and Trophy Club. Additional details on each category are as follows:
* GALLERY – Provides fans with access to the grounds of The Country Club to watch their favorite players compete. Guests will be able to walk the course and sit in various grandstands. A selection of food and beverages will be available at concession stands located across the grounds. Expect to pay $850 for seven days that includes three practice rounds and four tournament rounds.
* AMERICAN EXPRESS RESERVED GRANDSTAND – Provides fans with access to the grounds as well as a reserved grandstand space with premium views of the course, with seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. This ticket type must be purchased using an American Express card.
* GARDEN CORONA PREMIER – Allows fans access to the grounds as well as an open-air sports-bar style facility located near the first hole including a variety of seating options, live television coverage throughout the facility and executive restrooms.
* TROPHY CLUB – Same access as a gallery ticket as well as a premium facility including a variety of seating and food and beverage option. Located on the left side of the 14th hole, facility will include executive restrooms and live television coverage throughout.
The 122nd U.S. Open will return to The Country Club for the fourth time, and first time since 1988. The champion was determined in a playoff in all three previous Opens at TCC, with amateur Francis Ouimet (1913), Julius Boros (1963) and Curtis Strange (1988) winning the title.
The U.S. Open is America’s national championship, and one of the greatest spectacles in sports; one that defines careers, inspires fans and creates moments that will live forever in sports history.