For the first time in 75 years, the U.S. Open will be held in L.A.. Tickets, as you can imagine, are at a premium, but hardly impossible. The United States Golf Association (USGA) has announced the last public sale of daily tickets for the 123rd U.S. Open will begin on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at Noon PT.
The 2023 championship will take place at The Los Angeles Country Club, from June 12-18.
This sale will include gallery tickets as well as upgraded ticket packages to Monday-Wednesday practice rounds, in addition to Thursday-Sunday championship rounds. Ticket options include Daily Gallery, Daily Trophy Club and Daily Pacific Club. Each package will offer golf fans an opportunity to experience the excitement and allure of the U.S. Open, and an unparalleled opportunity to see one of America’s greatest golf venues.
“We have been thrilled with the early response from Los Angeles sports fans in the lead up to the U.S. Open’s return to the region,” said Jon Podany, chief commercial officer. “We look forward to welcoming an energized and passionate crowd to The Los Angeles Country Club this June to watch the world’s best golfers compete for our national championship.”
Additional details on the ticket categories available are as follows:
- Gallery – Gallery tickets offer grounds access to see all the action up-close and follow the world’s best players as they take on one of America’s most prestigious courses. Fans can walk the course, sit in various grandstands and purchase food and beverages at a variety of concession stands.
- Trophy Club – The Trophy Club offers access to a premium experience where fans can enjoy all the action in a sports bar and lounge atmosphere that includes a variety of seating options, food and beverage options, live television coverage throughout the facility, and executive restroom facilities. Trophy club tickets also include all access offered by a Gallery Ticket.
- Daily Pacific Club – The Pacific Club offers a unique space located beside the 14th fairway, with a rooftop deck and bar offering an open-air experience with vistas across the North Course and beyond, while the climate-controlled lower-level space is cool and comfortable with access to an outdoor terrace.
In addition, limited Champions Pavilion hospitality packages are available. The Champions Pavilion includes a reservable table located in a two-story open-air structure and provides all-inclusive food and beverage and parking.
This year will mark the first U.S. Open hosted at The Los Angeles Country Club. Previous USGA championships hosted at the course include the 1930 U.S. Women’s Amateur, the 1954 U.S. Junior Amateur and the 2017 Walker Cup Match.
This will be the seventh U.S. Open in California since 2000 and the 11th since 1980.
To purchase tickets, go to usopen.com/tickets.