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2021 U.S. Open Championship

TORREY PINES SOUTH GOLF COURSE

June 14 – 20, 2021

San Diego / La Jolla, CA 92037

US OPEN NEWS, INFORMATION, AND BLOGS

From San Diego Golf Reservations

 

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US Open has stopped selling tickets

(4/5/2021)

The U.S. Open has stopped selling tickets. According to the USGA’s 2021 U.S. Open FAQ, “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.” Please check …

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U.S. Open golf to cut back on volunteers, but no decision yet on spectators

(3/30/2021)

The U.S. Open has made no decisions about the number of spectators that will be allowed at Torrey Pines in June, but there will be far fewer volunteers, according to an email sent to registered marshals and volunteers that was obtained by ESPN. The U.S. Open is scheduled for June 17-20. “After careful monitoring of …

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Update Regarding Fans at the U.S. Open

(3/29/2021)

U.S. Open Ticket Buyers, As we continue to navigate this ever-changing environment, we wanted to provide an update on fans at the 121st U.S. Open Championship this June. We are currently working through scenarios with the City of San Diego in order to conduct the best and safest championship for everyone involved. We want you, …

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Fans Update!

(3/27/2021)

There is no official update on whether there will be fans at the US Open in June. San Diego Golf Reservations spoke to someone at the USGA who said the decision will most likely not be made until late April. The USGA is working with the state of California and expect to hear back in …

No Announcement On Fans At US Open

(3/1/2021)

Tickets are on sale for this year’s US Open at Torrey Pines.  The USGA has not announced if there will be any fans.  We are all hoping for a limited amount of fans will be allowed.  The USGA has said that it will refund tickets if there are no fans.  Check back later for updates.

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We are going to miss Tiger at the US Open in June!

(3/1/2021)

Everyone in San Diego and the golf world is going to miss Tiger Woods at the US Open this year.  Ever since 2008 and his amazing victory over Rocco Mediate in the Monday playoff, we have been looking forward to his return.  Tiger has won at Torrey Pines a record eight times!  It will not …

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Tiger Woods to miss two events due to back surgery

(2/19/2021)

Tiger Woods has undergone a microdiscectomy to alleviate nerve pain in his lower back and will not compete in next week’s Farmers Insurance Open or the Genesis Invitational next month. An announcement came via Woods’ Twitter account that he had “recently undergone a microdiscectomy procedure to remove a pressurized disc fragment that was pinching his …

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Question and answer session with John Bodenhamer

(2/19/2021)

Interesting article with John Bodenhamer, who is responsible for the course set up the 2021 US Open at Torrey Pines. We wish we had his job. Here are our suggestions for a few holes. What would you do? Hole 3 – Play it short and put the pin front left. Torrey is already 7802 yards. …

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USGA taking stock at Torrey Pines during Farmers Insurance Open as ’21 U.S. Open approaches

(1/29/2021)

Here is a great article from GolfDigest about the upcoming US Open at Torrey Pines, written by long-time San Diego golf writer Tod Leonard: It doesn’t happen more than once or twice a decade, when a venue for the PGA Tour is also the site of a major championship in the same year. That’s been …


US OPEN RETURNS TO TORREY PINES

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.

MORE US OPEN INFORMATION

U.S. Open to Return to Torrey Pines in 2021

The Official Website of the US Championship Championship

Torrey Pines will host 2021 US Open, U.S. Golf Association confirms

 

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