Tickets Now On Sale For 121st U.S. Open At Torrey Pines
- Category: Inside Golf
- Published: 2020-09-29
MAMARONECK, New York — The United States Golf Association (USGA) announced the opening of ticket sales for the 121st U.S. Open Championship, scheduled for June 14-20, 2021, on the South Course at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, Calif. Popular gallery tickets and premium packages are now available at usopen.com/tickets.
The 2021 U.S. Open marks the third USGA championship for the South Course and the second time it will play host to the national championship. Torrey Pines boasts a long pedigree of hosting professional golf, including the dramatic 2008 U.S. Open. Playing with a leg injury, Tiger Woods holed a 12-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to force an 18-hole playoff with Rocco Mediate. Woods again birdied the 18th hole the following day to tie Mediate, and he won in 19 holes for his third U.S. Open title and 14th major championship.
“We are excited to be returning to Torrey Pines and the state of California for another U.S. Open,” said John Bodenhamer, USGA senior managing director, Championships. “In 2008, the South Course served as the backdrop for one of the most memorable finishes in the championship’s history. We look forward to making more history in 2021 as the world’s best take on this iconic course.”
A variety of daily, multi-day and weekly ticket options and exclusive packages provide options for fans to create their ideal U.S. Open Championship experience:
Gallery: Gallery tickets provide general admission to the grounds of Torrey Pines to watch the action, walk the course, access select grandstands and purchase food and beverages at concession stands. All tickets include complimentary general parking and shuttle transportation.
Beer Garden featuring Corona Premier: The Beer Garden is an open-air facility where food and beverages are available for purchase at an additional cost. A variety of seating options, live television network coverage and access to executive restrooms are also included. All tickets provide general admission to the grounds of Torrey Pines as well as complimentary general parking and shuttle transportation.
Fairway Room and Gardens: Just steps away from the 18th hole, this premium ticket package provides an all-inclusive experience for the entire week, featuring both indoor and outdoor seating at the beautiful Hilton La Jolla. Fans will have access to food and beverage service, including a full-service bar, as well as entrance to The Hilton Fairway Room and Gardens. The package also includes VIP parking with complimentary shuttle service to the main entrance of the Hilton La Jolla.
Private Cabana: For fans looking to experience the 2021 U.S. Open in private with their closest friends, the cabanas offer a secluded and luxurious area to watch the action. Located on the 8th hole, this brand-new offering is a weekly all-inclusive package that includes 12 tickets per day, bottle service and on-demand food and beverage ordering in an open-area environment.
Hilton Bungalow Travel Experience: Experience Torrey Pines with exclusive access from Primesport, the Official Travel Package Provider of the 2021 U.S. Open Championship. Packages include U.S. Open tickets, luxurious accommodations and all-inclusive daily hospitality at the Hilton La Jolla, located only steps from the 18th green. Ticketholders will enjoy dedicated access and premium experiences that cannot be found anywhere else. Official Travel Experiences can be purchased at Primesport.com/usopen.
Champions Pavilion: The Champions Pavilion offers an excellent viewing area adjacent to the 1st fairway along with access to upgraded food, including complete breakfast and lunch buffet, afternoon hors d’oeuvres and open bar service.
Reserved Grandstand: The Reserved Grandstand gives fans the opportunity to sit in the first-come, first-served reserved grandstand overlooking the 11th hole. Ticketholders receive general admission to the grounds of Torrey Pines to watch their favorite players along with access to other grandstands around the course. All tickets include complimentary general parking and shuttle transportation.
Victory Club: Ticket buyers who elect to join the U.S. Open Victory Club will receive a Corona Premier-branded metal can cooler from Corkcicle as a gift with purchase (while supplies last).
The Victory Club is the first-ever dedicated U.S. Open fan club, where fans can celebrate the U.S. Open Championship and experience a greater connection to the championship year-round.
Fans can sign up now at usopen.com/victoryclub.
Ticket prices will increase soon. Fans are encouraged to lock in the best rate now to experience all that the 2021 U.S. Open Championship at Torrey Pines has to offer.
To purchase tickets or packages and for more information, visit usopen.com/tickets.
Junior tickets are available on-site at Will Call every day during the championship, regardless of a sellout. There is a limit of four (4) Junior tickets per one (1) adult ticket or credential holder. Junior tickets for youths 18 and under will be complimentary on any day when accompanied by an adult ticket or credential holder. Complimentary tickets provide gallery access only.
Please note: Everyone who purchases tickets directly from the USGA will be given the opportunity for refunds if the championship is canceled, postponed or does not include fans specifically due to a pandemic (including COVID-19) or other public health-related reasons. Please see the USGA’s “Postponement and Cancellation Policy” for more information.
About the USGA
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