2021 U.S. Open: Ticket FAQs
When Will a Decision Be Made on Fans Being Able to Attend?

We are working with California health officials and local agencies to determine our path forward. We expect to be able to make a final decision by the end of April, and remain optimistic we’ll be able to have limited fans in attendance. 

Have you stopped selling tickets?

At this time we are no longer accepting ticket purchases for the 2021 U.S. Open.

Why have you stopped selling tickets?

We have received overwhelming interest in attending the U.S. Open this year. While we remain optimistic that we will be permitted to welcome fans onsite, we believe it is appropriate to stop selling until we have more clarity.

Can I get a refund?

We remain optimistic that we will be able to host fans at this year’s championship. Should refunds become necessary due to limitations on how many fans we can accommodate, we will provide additional information at that time.

I purchased tickets through the secondary market, can I get a refund?

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

I am a volunteer. Will I still be able to work?

All volunteers should have received a communication regarding their status for the 2021 U.S. Open Championship. If you did not, please reach out to 2021usopen@usga.org.

If spectators are allowed, what type of precautions will be taken?

We will follow the guidelines as dictated by local and state authorities. More information regarding specifics will be made available once we have a final determination regarding how many spectators will be allowed on site.