2021 U.S. Open Championship
TORREY PINES SOUTH GOLF COURSE
June 14 – 20, 2021
San Diego / La Jolla, CA 92037
From San Diego Golf Reservations
There are varied ways to gauge the impact and reach of this summer’s U.S. Open in San Diego. Start with the 150 hours of total television and digital coverage that reached 177 countries and territories, including 25 million viewers in the U.S. alone — a postcard-perfect glamour shot for the region. Consider the nearly $3.5 …
Whether it was destiny or karma was of no relevance to Jon Rahm. He won the U.S. Open on Sunday at Torrey Pines, the perfect time and the perfect place to become a major champion. How it unfolded was beyond his dreams. One shot behind and running out of holes, Rahm made a sweeping, left-to-right …
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The United States Golf Association (USGA) today announced tee times for the first two rounds of the 2021 U.S. Open Championship, Thursday (June 17) and Friday (June 18). Torrey Pines South hosts for the first time since 2008, and will play at 7,652 yards as a par 71. Check out the full pairings here!
Keep reading for an email from the USGA! —- Dear U.S. Open Ticket Buyer, We are excited to welcome you to the 121st U.S. Open Championship at Torrey Pines later this week. Keeping our fans, volunteers and staff safe is important, and there are a few items we would like to remind you about as …
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Jon Rahm says he’s cleared to play in the U.S. Open. He’ll begin the week as the betting favorite. Rahm, who was forced to withdraw from the Memorial Tournament two Saturdays ago after testing positive for COVID-19, tweeted that he had tested negative twice and was therefore able to turn his focus to the national …
Before Mickelson, McIlroy, Spieth and Koepka, it was Cochrane, Cotton, Seiler, and Schwegman. As in Ted Cochrane, Randy Cotton, Chad Seiler and Andrew Schwegman. Not exactly famous golfers, but they were pretty popular Sunday. This foursome had the highly coveted final tee time — Sunday, June 6, at 2:40 p.m. — before Torrey Pines closed …
The 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, pitting Rocco Mediate against Tiger Woods in an 18-hole Monday playoff, remains one of the most exciting U.S. Opens ever. Next month, the U.S. Open returns to San Diego and the site of that legendary tournament. The man at the helm of course conditions then was Mark Woodward, …
Here is the latest on what we know. Tickets are no longer for sale. The tournament is sold out. There is always a chance they will sell more later, but the USGA has told us that will not happen. You can buy tickets on third party websites like www.stubhub.com. They are currently on sale for …
One of the PGA Tour’s four major championships returns to San Diego!
The 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines had it all. It was the first major championship golf event in San Diego, shining the spotlight on the county’s most-revered course, Torrey Pines Golf Course. Hopes were high for a successful event. What transpired was one of golf’s most epic showdowns, forever cementing Torrey Pines’ place among the world’s elite course.
It took a clutch putt and an 18-hole Monday playoff to clinch what many consider Tiger Woods’ greatest major championship performance. The battle against legend Rocco Mediate was one for the ages, punctuated by news that Tiger played through a broken leg to claim the title.
AND NOW IT WILL HAVE A SEQUEL
The United States Golf Association awarded Torrey Pines in La Jolla its long-awaited second U.S. Open, slated for 2021.
We’ll continue to update this information as it becomes available but for now is just a future reminder of the return of one of the PGA Tour’s four major championships to the sunny shores of San Diego.
Total attendance for the 2008 Open was 295,000. The 2021 event should see similar attendance so plan your trip to the Open early.
As is standard for Opens, the course will be closed during the tournament and the week of preparation prior. Fortunately for visiting golfers who want to squeeze in a few rounds during those two weeks, San Diego has abundant options, with over 90 golf courses in the county. Call 1-800-TorreyPines to speak with one of our local golf coordinators.
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