Are tickets still available for the 2015 U.S. Open?
Yes, there is a limited quantity of tickets remaining for this year's championship. Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last.
When will I receive my tickets?
Tickets for the 2015 U.S. Open will be mailed in early May 2015 via United States Postal Service First-Class mail.
Do I need to purchase a ticket for my child?
Yes, all youth 17 and younger will need a Junior ticket. Junior tickets cannot be purchased or reserved in advance but are ALWAYS available at all Will Call locations and admission gates each day of the championship, regardless of a sellout. Junior tickets do not provide access into any USGA corporate hospitality facility. There is a limit of 2 Junior tickets per adult ticket holder.
Ticket Prices for a Junior Gallery or Trophy Club ticket (when junior is accompanied by a Gallery or Trophy Club ticket holder): Ages 12 and younger are complimentary for all days. Tickets for juniors ages 13-17 are $20 per day Monday, June 15 - Wednesday, June 17 and $40 per day Thursday, June 18 - Sunday, June 21.
Ticket Prices for a Junior 1895 Club ticket (when junior is accompanied by an 1895 Club ticket holder): Tickets for ALL juniors ages 17 and younger are $75 per day Monday, June 15 - Wednesday, June 17 and $130 per day Thursday, June 18 - Sunday, June 21.
I have moved, or I plan to move, and I want to make sure I receive the tickets I purchased. How do I change my address?
Address change requests must be submitted by providing both the order number and new addresses in writing to U.S. Open Admissions via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or mail (2015 U.S. Open Admissions, P.O. Box 1500, Far Hills, NJ 07931-1500). The deadline to submit an address change to ensure tickets are mailed to the new address is March 15, 2015. Address change requests received after this date will still be processed, but there will be a delay in shipping.
How do I arrange for my tickets to be left for me or someone else at Will Call?
There will be multiple Will Call facilities at spectator admission gates. Tickets left at Will Call can be picked up at any location even if they are dropped off at a different Will Call facility, as all locations are networked via a single database. Any order placed via the USGA can be arranged to be left at Will Call by contacting U.S. Open Admissions by May 1, 2015 (Email: email@example.com, Phone: 1-800-698-0661, Mail: 2015 U.S. Open Admissions, P.O. Box 1500, Far Hills, NJ 07931).
Photo identification will be required to pick up tickets at Will Call. Please note that Will Call locations are NOT accessible bu vehicles at any time.
What are the hours of Will Call?
HOURS OF OPERATION: During pre-championship week (June 11-14), ONLY Will Call 1 will be open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. For championship week (June 15-21), ALL Will Call locations will be open 6 a.m.- 7 p.m.
What is the admission policy for military members?
Our military policy applies to the practice-round days of the U.S. Open Championship for ACTIVE and RETIRED military. The military ticket policy covers all branches of service including Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy and the National Guard and Reserves.
Tickets for ACTIVE MILITARY are complimentary and can only be obtained at Will Call on June 15-17 (Monday - Wednesday). In addition, active military can purchase up to four (4) practice round tickets per day for family or friends at $25 each.
Tickets for RETIRED MILITARY can be purchased at Will Call on June 15-17 (Monday - Wednesday) for $25. In addition, retired military can purchase up to four (4) additional practice round tickets for family or friends at $25 each.
Active and retired military need to bring military identification AND regular photo identification to Will Call in order to receive the military tickets for any of the practice-round days. Tickets for military will always be available on practice-round days.
Where will parking be available for general spectators?
It is suggested that
Spectators coming from the NORTH (Seattle/Bellevue/ Hobart areas) should park
in the RED LOT which is located at
the Washington State Fairgrounds, Puyallup, Wash.
Spectators coming from the SOUTH (Olympia/Gig Harbor/Key Peninsula areas) are suggested to park in the BLUE LOT which is located at Ft. Steliacoom Park in Lakewood, Wash.
I do not live in the area. Where should I make my lodging reservations?
For information about Tacoma + Pierce County, visit http://usopen.traveltacoma.com/, or call the Tacoma Visitor Information Center at  272-2662.
For information about Seattle + King County, visit www.visitseattle.org/usopen, or
call Seattle Visitor & Concierge Services
at  732-2695.
For information about University Place, please visit http://cityofup.com.
Information subject to change.