US Open Golf Tickets
Below is the current US Open Golf schedule. To buy tickets select the date of the round you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. If you prefer to buy your US Open Golf tickets by phone, please call 1-800-550-7556.
|06/12/2017 TBA||2017 US Open Golf - Weekly Badge||Erin Hills Golf Course|
|06/12/2017 08:00:00.000||2017 US Open Golf - Monday Practice||Erin Hills Golf Course|
|06/13/2017 08:00:00.000||2017 US Open Golf - Tuesday Practice||Erin Hills Golf Course|
|06/14/2017 08:00:00.000||2017 US Open Golf - Wednesday Practice||Erin Hills Golf Course|
|06/15/2017 08:00:00.000||2017 US Open Golf: Thursday||Erin Hills Golf Course|
|06/16/2017 08:00:00.000||2017 US Open Golf: Friday||Erin Hills Golf Course|
|06/17/2017 08:00:00.000||2017 US Open Golf: Saturday||Erin Hills Golf Course|
|06/18/2017 08:00:00.000||2017 US Open Golf: Sunday||Erin Hills Golf Course|
U.S. Open Golf Information
The U.S. Open offers an inside look at one of golfs most exciting events. Horace Rawlins won the first golf Open back in 1895 in Rhode Island. For his efforts, young Mr. Rawlins was awarded $150 and a trophy for his home course to display. Since that time we have seen great players such from Bobby Jones to Tiger Woods vie for the coveted trophy. Get ready for this year's tournament by securing your U.S. Open golf spots in advance.
Prepare to enjoy one of US Open golf's greatest weekends as New Zealander Michael Campbell defends his championship against all comers. What impresses about Campbell's win last year at Pinehurst #2 is his final round 69. Many golfers succumb to final round pressure, especially when Tiger Woods is in position to make the day his own. Campbell matched Woods in the Open that day while more illustrious players like Vijay Singh, Retief Goosen and Sergio Garcia were getting most of the attention, Campbell and his workmanlike approach won the day. In so doing, he became the first New Zealander to win the storied tournament.
Bobby Jones won the 1930 US Open at Minneapolis' Interlachen when, after a double bogey at 17, he birdied the 18th by holing a forty feet putt for his fourth and final Open championship. Jones, who never turned pro, won the U.S. Golf Amateur later that year. Tom Watson's victory in 1982 produced one of television sports most famous highlights. Watson, who was most familiar with the course, having played it many times as an amateur. On the Open's final day, Watson was battling Jack Nicklaus and Bill Rogers for his first Open win. By the time Watson reached the 17th he was tied with The Golden Bear, playing in the group ahead while Rogers had faded and was out of contention.
Previous Golf opens have allowed us to see the greats from Horace Rawlins, Bobby Jones and Tom Watson, on to Tiger Woods and Michael Campbell. This spectacular event never fails to provide interesting stories. But don't forget to tip your cap to Horace; he'll be watching, too. Be prepared to witness golfing history in this year's championship.