2017 U.S. Golf Open Schedule
The 2017 U.S. Golf Open is being played at Erin Hills Golf Course in Wisconsin this year. This is a switch-up from years past. Get tickets to see the greatest players play summer's greatest game!
Get your U.S. Open tickets now and come see the world's most elite players compete on one of golf's grandest stages. With U.S. Open tickets you get a once in a lifetime chance to see history in the making. Always taking place on the weekend ending with the third Sunday in June, Fathers Day, the U.S. Open tournament has provided thousands of memorable Fathers Day memories for those who attend the U.S. Open. Come see the legends of golf battle for U.S. Open supremacy and get your U.S. Open tickets now.
About the U.S. Golf Open
As any golf fan knows, the U.S. Open is known for taxing golfers on the U.S.'s most difficult courses. Get your U.S. Open tickets to see how golf’s greatest players deal with tight fairways, difficult greens, high roughs and hilly greens. Golfers hoping for a U.S. Open championship will need to put a premium on accuracy in order to stay competitive. The U.S. Open is also unique in that amateur golfers get a chance to compete at golf's highest stage, due to the tournament's tough exemptions. Get your tickets to the U.S. Open for a chance to see the next great golfer break into the national spotlight.
The U.S. Open was first played in Newport Rhode Island in 1895. It was won by 21-year-old Englishman Horace Rawlins. In 1911, after domination by experienced British golfers, John J. McDermott became the first American to win the event. In modern times, American golfers have dominated the tournament, with players from five other countries winning. Notably, South African golfers have won the tournament five times since 1965. It is hosted by the USGA and played at various locations throughout the U.S. Some of golf’s greatest legends have cemented their reputation as champions with a U.S. Open win. These include the four time champions Willie Anderson, Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan and Jack Nicklaus and three time winners Hale Irwin and Tiger Woods. Get your U.S. Open tournament tickets now for a chance to see your favorite player take on the field of 156 players.
With U.S. Open tickets, you get a chance to experience history in the making. Those who had tickets to the 2008 U.S. Open saw the historic showdown between Tiger Woods and Rocco Mediate, whose 18-hole playoff on Monday morning ended in a tie and forced sudden death. When Woods made par on the #7 hole, he became just the sixth player ever to win three or more U.S. Open Tournament championships.