Every year the U.S. Golf Association hosts a major championship in men's professional golf, the US Open. This championship title is one of the oldest in the sport as it's history dates back to 1895. Although the competition is played on American soil, the early years were dominated by British golfers. The past 50 years have seen an influx of talented players from throughout the world's golfing community making the US Open one of the most exciting competitions in men's golf. Every tournament has its niche, and with the U.S. Open, it’s said to be made the toughest for those with inconsistent drives. They try to keep the course long and therefore courses that want to be a part of the U.S. Open rotation will sometimes undergo renovations to make itself attractive to the tournament.
The US Open is held at different courses each year, and though some courses have made regular appearances at the Open, no course has hosted the event two years in a row. Courses are selected that require high skill level, and rarely produce wins significantly under par. The US Open is unique among the golf majors due to tie-breaking rules that provide for an additional 18-hole round of play held the day after the final. Only after that round, should the contestants still be tied, is a sudden death playoff held. The tournament is one that every golfer dreams of winning, and being that it is held all over the country, you’ll have a chance to see it without having to travel too far. Don't miss your chance to be a part of golf history! Score with TicketCity - the place to go for US Open Golf tickets.
2015 US Open Preview
Check back for a preview of the 2015 U.S. Open at Pinehurst Country Club in Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina.
The 2014 US Open put Germany's Martin Kaymer out in front early finishing the first two rounds at five under. Though Round three would slow Kaymer down at +2 on the day it would not be enough to keep him from taking the title as the 2014 US Open Champion topping the leader-board at -9 for the tournament. Kaymer finished the tournament 8 storkes ahead of the closest competitor, Eric Compton and Rickie Fowler at -1.
Check out our US Open Preview History page for previews of previous US Open Golf Tournaments.
US Open Event Guide
What day should I purchase tickets for?
That depends on what you’re looking to see. If you want to see the most players out at once, get a Thursday or Friday ticket. Going to be in town all week? Get a pass for the entire week and possibly save some money in the long run. If you want to see the tournament come down to the wire and a champion crowned, definitely get a Sunday ticket and park by the 18th hole or follow the leaders group through the round. Check out our US Open Event Guide for more information.
How can I buy cheap U.S. Open Golf tickets?
TicketCity offers a large selection of U.S. Open Golf tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. U.S. Open Golf ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for the tournament and what happens in the early rounds. TicketCity has been a source for U.S. Open Golf tickets for 20+ years. The U.S. Open is one of the biggest golf tournaments Western Hemisphere, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early.
Where can I find the 2014 U.S. Open schedule?
The 2014 US Open schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the tournament officials. For the 2014 tournament, the US Open action will begin on Monday, June 9 with a practice round. Tuesday and Wednesday are also practice days, and a good time to get a more relaxed atmosphere with the golfers. Thursday through Sunday is the four-day tournament, with the victor crowned at the conclusion of play on Sunday afternoon. Gates typically open an hour before the first tee-time of the day, but are at the course’s discretion.