Tickets on sale Monday for US Open at Chambers Bay

Staff writerJune 6, 2014 

An overview of Chambers Bay Golf Links in University Place, February 26, 2014.

PETER HALEY — Staff photographer Buy Photo

Tickets for the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay golf course in University Place will go on sale Monday to the general public.

Daily tickets will start as low as $50 for practice rounds and $110 to $125 for a tournament day.

They top out at $1,875 for a weeklong package that includes meals in a climate-controlled club pavilion.

Prices will be posted online when tickets go on sale at 6 a.m. Monday. The United States Golf Association has said it will limit individual ticket sales to 30,000 per day. Tickets went on sale in March to USGA members.

The 2015 U.S. Open will take place June 15-21. It will be the first time this major golf championship has been played in the Pacific Northwest.

Active-duty military members will be given free tickets to practice rounds at will-call at the championship. Free or discounted tickets for juniors also will be available at will call.

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Here’s a sampling of 2015 U.S. Open ticket prices*:

Gallery

Weekly $450

Practice round $50

Thursday or Friday $110

Saturday or Sunday$125

Trophy Club

(includes access to its own food court)

Weekly $700

Practice round $75

Thursday or Friday$185

Saturday or Sunday $200

1895 Club

(includes breakfast, lunch and snacks in a club pavilion)

Weekly$1,875

Practice round$250

Thursday or Friday $370

Saturday or Sunday $385

* Prices don’t include taxes and a $10 shipping and handling fee per order.

Where to go?

Tickets must be purchased at usga.org/tickets or usopen.com.

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