2021 U.S. Open Tickets: FAQs
1: I purchased tickets to the 2021 U.S. Open. What happens now? 

All refunds for previously purchased tickets have been processed. If you have not received a refund, please contact tickets@usga.org.

2: Are you selling tickets?

A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase for fans that meet the following criteria:  

  • Subject to the exceptions described in Q8 and Q9, State of California residents must show proof that vaccination against COVID-19 has been completed at least 14 days before the championship or that a negative result from a COVID test taken within 72 hours prior to attending the championship.  

  • Subject to the exceptions described in Q8 and Q9, out-of-state fans must provide proof that vaccination against COVID-19 has been completed at least 14 days prior to attending the championship.  

3: I live out of the State of California. Am I eligible to purchase tickets?

Yes. It will be mandatory for all out-of-state fans to provide proof that vaccination against COVID-19 has occurred at least 14 days prior to the championship unless you fall under one of the exceptions described in Q8 and Q9.  

4: How will I receive my tickets? 

Upon purchase, you will receive an email with a link to your mobile tickets. 

5: How do I prove that I have been vaccinated?

To show proof of vaccination, present your vaccination card or other documentation of vaccination from a healthcare provider (a legible copy or photo of such card or document is acceptable) which includes you name, type of vaccine provided (e.g., Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson) and the date you received your final dose. To be fully vaccinated, the final dose must be administered at least 14 days prior to entry into the event. Adults 18 and older must also show a photo ID.

6: If I am not fully vaccinated, how soon before the event will I need to get a COVID test?

Subject to updated guidance from the state and local health officials, fans must provide proof of a negative result from a COVID test taken within 72 hours prior to entry into the championship. Adults 18 and older must also show a photo ID which matches any supporting documentation.

7: What if I am unable to provide proof of vaccination or verification of testing?

If you are unable to provide proof of vaccination or verification of testing (California residents only) and you do not fall under one of the exceptions described in Q8 and Q9, you will not be permitted to attend the championship and your ticket may be forfeited. 

8: What If I am unable to be vaccinated for medical reasons? Am I eligible to attend the championship?

Yes, if you have a medical condition that makes it unsafe to be vaccinated, you may instead show proof of a negative result from a COVID test taken within 72 hours prior to attending the championship, even if you are not a California resident. 

9: If I had COVID in the past 90 days, do I still need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to attend the championship?  

No, if you had COVID within the last 90 days, and you are past your CDC recommended isolation period of 10 days and your symptoms have significantly improved, you do not need to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test result.  However, you will need to provide proof of a positive result from a COVID test taken within 90 days prior to your entry into the Championship. Adults 18 and older must also show a photo ID which matches any supporting documentation.

10: Are all ticket types the same? 

Yes, all tickets are general admission grounds passes. 

11: Will food and beverages be available at the course?

Food and beverage options will be available for purchase on the property in designated locations. Ordering and payment must be done by mobile phone and must be consumed while seated within designated locations. 

12: I purchased tickets through the secondary market. Can I get a refund?

We recommend contacting the secondary market platform to inquire about their policies.  

13: What precautions will be taken for fans?

 We will follow guidelines as dictated by local and state authorities. More information will be made available closer to the championship.  

14: Will face coverings be required? 

Yes.

15: Can I roll my tickets to the 2022 U.S. Open at The Country Club?

Unfortunately, all 2021 orders have been processed as refunds.

16: Who can I contact if I have questions?

Please send your questions totickets@usga.org or via the USGA chatbot on usopen.com.

17: What is your junior ticket policy? 

Due to limited capacity, complimentary tickets for juniors will not be offered this year. 

18: What is your military policy?

We will have additional information on access for military and first responders in the coming weeks. 

19: Will there be parking for the U.S. Open?

Complimentary parking will be available at UCSD’s Pangea Parking Structure. Limited onsite parking will be available for a $35 per day fee at Torrey Pines North Course and must be purchased in advance.

20: Will there be shuttles?

Yes, fans will have the option to take a short shuttle ride to the main admissions gate or a ¾ of a mile walk to the main admission gate at the Torrey Pines Gliderport. 

21: Why is there a parking fee this year?  

Complimentary parking is available at UCSD’s Pangea Parking Structure. Fans can choose to park at the Torrey Pines North Course Parking Lot for a fee.

22: Will PGA Members be allowed to have complimentary admission to the grounds of Torrey Pines to watch the 2021 U.S. Open?

 Due to fan limitations, the USGA will be unable to provide complimentary tickets to this year’s championship.  

23: How many tickets will I be able to purchase?

Fans may purchase a max of 2 tickets for a single day.

24: Can my child attend the event?

Ticketed minors must be from the State of California and provide proof of a negative test result within 48 hours of entry into the championship.