Tickets for all four championship rounds of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place have sold out, the United States Golf Association said Monday.
The milestone marks the 28th consecutive sellout for the U.S. Open, dating back to the 1988 championship.
The four championship rounds will take place June 18-21. Limited practice round tickets for June 15-17 remain but are expected to sell quickly.
Ticket sales are being limited to 30,000 for each day of the championship to avoid overcrowding.
USGA President Thomas O’Toole Jr. said the sellout confirms the decision to bring the U.S. Open to an unfamiliar part of the country.
“The tremendous response we have received for our ticket sales reaffirms our decision to bring the U.S. Open to Chambers Bay and the Pacific Northwest,” O’Toole said in a statement. “We appreciate the support of golf fans in the region, while we look forward to sharing a memorable experience and a historic championship with all in attendance.”
Corporate hospitality packages are still available for all four championship days.
Tickets for the Monday-through-Wednesday practice rounds start at $50 for a gallery ticket and go up to $250 for a “1895 Club” ticket. A gallery ticket that admits a spectator to all three days of practice rounds is $100.
Buyers can purchase up to four tickets for each day. All tickets include parking and shuttle transportation to and from the entrance to the U.S. Open.
Free practice round tickets will be available on-site for active-duty military personnel.
Children ages 12 and younger will be admitted free of charge any day when accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
For more information or to purchase tickets online, visit usga.org/tickets.