U.S. Open Offers Fan Guide on Web Site

2016 U.S. Open
OAKMONT, Pa. – With the 116th U.S. Open set to begin play Thursday at Oakmont County Club outside of Pittsburgh, the USGA has offered some tips to fans planning on attending the event.

(Photo – Jason Allred poses for a family photo at the ninth green with his wife Kimberly and children Zane, 5, and Annie, 7, during a practice round for the 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, Pa. on Tuesday, June 14, 2016. (Copyright USGA/Darren Carroll))

A “Know Before You Go” section on their website lists important information like spectator safety and etiquette guidelines, parking and transportation information, camera and photography policy, mobile device policy and prohibited items among other “need to know” things for spectators planning on attending the event.

For fans without tickets to the event, there is a viewing guide on the USGA website as well, and all fans are enouraged to download the mobile app for the U.S. Open.

Practice-round tickets for Wednesday will be available on site as well with a maximum of four tickets being able to be purchased.

Also, tickets are now on sale for the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills in Erin Hill, Wis.

You can follow all the U.S. Open action right here on ExploreClarion.com with nightly links to results and stories.


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