Fan Information: 119th U.S. Open
Course Map
Schedule of Events

All times are Pacific Daylight Time and schedules are subject to change. Starting times will be posted once available at and pairings guides will be available just inside the championship gates.


Players will have the option of starting practice rounds at the first or 10th tee. Players electing to play a full round generally begin between 6:45 a.m. and 3 p.m. It is typical for players to be on the golf course or practice areas until at least 7 p.m.

Monday, June 10 (Gates open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.)

Tuesday, June 11 (Gates open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.)

Wednesday, June 12 (Gates open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
    -U.S. Open Golf History Forum, Wednesday, 10 a.m., Pebble Beach Visitor Center


Play is scheduled to begin at 6:45 a.m. from both the first and 10th tees.

Thursday, June 13 (first round, gates open 6 a.m. to conclusion of play)
    -Opening Ceremony and first ball, Thursday, 6:30 a.m. at the first tee

Friday, June 14 (second round, gates open 6 a.m. to conclusion of play)
    -Flag Day presentation, Friday, 6:30 a.m. at the first tee


The first starting time will be determined by the number of players who make the cut at the conclusion of the second round (60 lowest scorers and anyone tying for 60th place). Generally, the first pairing begins play from the first tee between 8-9 a.m.

Saturday, June 15 (third round, gates open 6 a.m. to conclusion of play)

Sunday, June 16 (final round, gates open 6 a.m. to conclusion of play)


If there is a tie for the low score after 72 holes, a two-hole aggregate playoff will begin immediately following play. If the playoff results in a tie after two holes, the tied players would immediately continue the playoff hole-by-hole (sudden-death format) until the champion is determined. 


Pebble Beach Golf Links is located in Monterey County, Calif., roughly 120 miles south of San Francisco. Complimentary parking and shuttle transportation will be provided to and from Pebble Beach Golf Links. The general parking lot will have accessible parking spaces for vehicles displaying appropriate HP/DP license plates or placards. For fans requiring lift-equipped shuttle transportation, please contact the USGA Admissions Office at 800.698.0661 for more information.

U.S. Open Parking (June 10-16, 2019) (Parking Map)

Complimentary parking will be provided at California State University-Monterey Bay (CSUMB), located in Marina, Calif. CSUMB is approximately 13 miles due north of Pebble Beach Golf Links. Please follow general parking signs and/or directions from parking attendants to the designated parking location. From the parking lot, complimentary shuttle transportation will be provided to and from Pebble Beach Golf Links and is expected to take approximately 35 minutes.

Please note: There is no general parking for fans with disabilities available in the immediate vicinity of the golf course. All other parking is by permit and parking pass only. 17-Mile Drive will be closed to tourist traffic June 9-17, 2019.

Preferred driving directions to CSUMB are below. Physical addresses are not available.

From the North using CA-1 Southbound

  • Follow CA-1 South. Take Exit 406 for Lightfighter Drive for 0.5 miles.
  • Turn left onto 2nd Avenue for 0.9 miles and follow signage to the parking lot.

From the South using CA-1 Northbound

  • Follow CA-1 North. Take Exit 406 for Lightfighter Drive for 0.3 miles.
  • Turn left onto 2nd Avenue for 0.9 miles and follow signage to the parking lot.

From the North using US-101 Southbound

  • Follow US-101 South. Take Exit 336 towards Monterey Peninsula.
  • Merge onto CA-156 West continuing for 6.1 miles.
  • Merge onto CA-1 South continuing for 7.9 miles.
  • Take Exit 406 for Lightfighter Drive for 0.5 miles.
  • Turn left onto 2nd Avenue for 0.9 miles and follow signage to the parking lot.

From the South using US-101 Northbound

  • Follow US-101 North. Take Exit 326C towards Monterey Peninsula.
  • Turn right onto Sanborn Road for 0.8 miles continuing onto East Blanco Road for 1.6 miles.
  • Turn left onto CA-68 West/S Main Street for 2.3 miles proceeding to Exit 20 for Reservation Road.
  • Turn right onto Reservation Road for 4.4 miles.
  • Turn left onto Inter-Garrison Road for 0.3 miles.
  • Turn right to continue onto Inter-Garrison Road for 2.5 miles (continue straight through traffic circle).
  • Turn slight right onto 8th Street for 1.0 miles and follow signage to the parking lot.

Passenger Drop-Off

Passenger Drop-Off will only be allowed at the designated area, located near the Main Admission Gate within the Del Monte Forest. There is no parking or staging for vehicles, so pickup times will need to be coordinated accordingly. Vehicles proceeding to the Passenger Drop-Off are instructed to enter the Del Monte Forest through the Pacific Grove Gate or Morse Gate located on CA-68. Please follow directional signs and attendants to the appropriate pickup and drop-off location. Due to traffic restrictions, access is limited to vehicles no larger than a 12-passenger van or limousine. Passenger Drop-Off vehicles are not permitted to pickup or drop-off at any other location around the championship grounds.  

Local Community Shuttles

The cities of Carmel, Monterey, and Pacific Grove are offering express shuttle bus services for residents and community guests to the U.S. Open Championship. For more information on fees, daily schedules, frequency, and location(s) of service, please visit the Carmel Chamber of CommerceCannery Row Company, or  Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce websites.

Fans can catch the Monterey Express Shuttle on Cannery Row in Monterey from June 13-16. Click here for details


For safety precautions, and due to the heavy volume of vehicular traffic, bicycles will not be permitted on 17-Mile Drive or within the Del Monte Forest. Fans choosing to ride a bicycle to the championship are instructed to follow directions and signage to the general parking lot (CSUMB). Bike racks will be provided to secure bicycles at this location. Owners are responsible for the security of their bicycles.


All Championship Round (Thursday – Sunday) tickets are SOLD OUT.

Will Call

Will Call will be located on-site for fans to drop off and pick up tickets at Gate 1. Photo identification will be required to pick up tickets left at Will Call. Will Call cannot be accessed by vehicles at any time.

Hours of Operation:


June 6-7 (Thursday through Friday) 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

June 8-9 (Saturday through Sunday) 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

U.S. Open Championship Week

June 10-16 (Monday through Sunday) 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.


To enhance the experience for kids, the 119th U.S. Open will include access to the 2019 Junior Experience Featuring The First Tee.

The junior experience tent will be open all week long with the following schedule:

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.​

Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday: 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Junior tickets are available on-site at Will Call every day during the championship, regardless of a sellout. There is a limit of two (2) Junior tickets per one (1) adult ticket or credential holder.

  • Junior tickets for ages 12 and under are complimentary on any day when accompanied by an adult ticket or credential holder.
  • Junior tickets for ages 13-18 will be available for purchase at a reduced price when accompanied by an adult ticket or credential holder:
    *June 10-12 (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) – $20
    *June 13-16 (Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday) – $40

There will be interactive activities, including a scavenger hunt around the golf course, golf video game competitions, arts and crafts, chipping and putting games, and prizes! LPGA*USGA Girls Golf, WGT/, and The First Tee will be on-site.

Please register here and email us at with any questions. 

Please note that Junior tickets will provide Gallery access and when accompanied by an adult with a Lodge Premier or Trophy Club ticket or credential, will provide Junior tickets with the same access as the adult accompanying the junior.

Junior tickets do not provide access into the Centennial Club or any corporate hospitality area because specific hospitality tickets are required for access into each of those venues, regardless of age.


Complimentary Gallery Practice Round tickets June 10-12 (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) will be provided to all Active, Retired and Veteran military personnel. The military ticket policy covers all branches of service, including Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy, National Guard and Reserves. Military personnel need to bring their military identification and regular photo identification to Will Call to receive their complimentary Gallery Practice Round ticket. Tickets for military will always be available on Practice Round days, regardless of a sellout.

In addition, Active, Retired and Veteran military can purchase up to two (2) Gallery Practice Round tickets per day for family or friends at half price – $30 each on Monday and Tuesday, and $37.50 on Wednesday. Junior tickets for ages 18 and under are all complimentary when accompanied by military personnel.

Centennial Club

The Centennial Club is located in close proximity to the 15th green. Centennial Club tickets are needed to access this tent where premium food and beverage are included at no additional charge. Junior tickets do not provide access to the Centennial Club when accompanied by an adult Centennial Club ticket holder.

Hours of Operation:

June 12-16 (Wednesday through Sunday) 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Trophy Club

The Trophy Club featuring Corona Premier is an air-conditioned pavilion which is conveniently located between the second and third fairways near the Tennis Pavilion and a short distance from the iconic 17th and 18th holes. The Trophy Club offers seating and live network coverage of the championship in a sports-bar like setting, with access to executive restroom facilities and a wide variety of food and beverage options available for purchase at an additional cost. Please see Junior Ticket Policy for details regarding Trophy Club access for juniors.

Hours of Operation:

June 10-16 (Monday through Sunday) 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Corporate Hospitality

The Pebble Beach Company provides a range of tented facilities and hardscapes for on-site corporate hospitality. Specific tickets are required to gain access into each of the corporate hospitality venues, regardless of age. Junior tickets do not provide access to the Centennial Club or any of the corporate hospitality areas.

Services for Fans With Disabilities

The Disability Services facilities are located in Fan Central. The USGA is committed to providing a positive and user-friendly experience for all fans with disabilities and is pleased to provide the following services:

  • Accessible parking spaces for all vehicles having appropriate HD/DP license plates or placards will be reserved at all parking locations.

  • Our Disability Services Committee will be on-site to assist fans with disabilities, with multi-person golf cart transportation to and from Disability Services Headquarters and specific grandstand locations and facilities throughout the golf course via a fixed route with predetermined stops.

  • A number of motorized scooters will be available at the Mobility Scooter Tent, located in Fan Central for fans with disabilities, on a first-come, first-served basis, compliments of the USGA and Pride Mobility.

  • Telecommunications Devices for the Deaf will be available at the Disability Services Headquarters located near Gate 1.

  • Accessible restrooms will be available at portable restroom locations throughout the championship grounds and at corporate facilities.

  • Select concessions, merchandise tents and fan experience areas will be accessible.
Safety and Etiquette

If you observe the following guidelines, your experience at the U.S. Open Championship will be a more enjoyable one:

  • Please stay behind gallery ropes and follow directions of championship marshals at all times.
  • Do not cross fairways except at designated crosswalk areas.
  • Be considerate of others and kneel or sit if you are in the front row of the gallery.
  • Stay quiet and stand still when players are about to hit or when instructed by marshals.
  • All mobile device volume controls must be set to silent or vibrate at all times.
  • To ensure your safety at all times, walk carefully and never run.
  • The U.S. Open Championship involves substantial walking on grassy hills, dirt paths and other uneven surfaces. Please wear appropriate footwear such as sneakers.
  • Drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration.
  • To provide protection from the sun, remember to wear sunscreen, hats and sunglasses. Please note that sunscreen in bottles and tubes, 3 ounces or less is permitted. Sunscreen in spray bottles and/or aerosol cans is not permitted.
  • Dispose of plastic bottles, aluminum and paper in blue recycle bags.
  • Dispose of trash (food, cups, concession ware) in green bags.
List of Prohibited Items

Fans and other championship attendees will go through security screening prior to entering the championship grounds and will not be allowed to bring any of the items listed below. To help expedite admission into the championship, it is recommended that all prohibited items are safely stowed prior to arriving at the championship. Please be sure to read the following list of prohibited items carefully.

List of Prohibited Items

  • No Weapons (regardless of permit, including but not limited to firearms or knives)
  • No Explosives and/or Fireworks of any kind
  • No Tablets and/or Computers (cellular mobile devices smaller than 7” are permitted, subject to mobile device policy)
  • No Selfie Sticks
  • No Cameras (point and shoot, film, or DSLR) or Video Cameras (other than Monday through Wednesday for personal use only)
  • No Noise Producing Devices (including portable speakers)
  • No Backpacks, Briefcases, Purses and/or Bags larger than 6"W x 6"H x 6"D in their natural state

Note: Transparent/clear plastic hand and shoulder bags no larger than 12”W x12”H x6”D are permitted.

  • No Signs, Posters and/or Banners
  • No Food and/or Beverages except for medical or infant needs
  • No Containers, Coolers, Aerosol Cans and/or Spray Bottles except for medical or infant needs

Note: Personal care items (3-ounce size or less) and transparent/clear empty plastic water bottles (24-ounce size or less) are permitted.                                               

  • No Pets (other than service animals as defined by the ADA assisting disabled individuals)
  • No Lawn Chairs and/or Oversized Chairs with Arms (compact chairs without arms are permitted with no case)
  • No Ladders and/or Step Stools or other similar items
  • No Bicycles allowed inside admission areas or on the championship grounds
  • No other items deemed unlawful, dangerous or disruptive by the USGA and/or Championship Security Personnel, in their sole discretion

Note: The USGA reserves the right to amend the list of Prohibited Items at any time to provide a safe and secure championship.

Championship Code of Conduct

To ensure a positive experience for all fans and players, the following code of conduct will be enforced at all times.  Fans will be subject to expulsion and loss of ticket privileges for the following breaches of etiquette:

  • Making rude, vulgar, or other inappropriate comments or gestures
  • Verbal or physical harassment of players, volunteers, officials, or fans
  • Yelling and/or distracting a player or any disruption of play or fan environment
  • Inappropriate use of a mobile device
  • Behavior that is unruly, disruptive, unsafe, or illegal in nature
  • Failing to stay behind gallery ropes
  • Refusal to follow the instructions of a championship official, volunteer, or security personnel
Autograph Policy

The USGA encourages fans to seek autographs, but asks that you respect each player’s complete focus on preparing and playing in the Championship.  Please refrain from seeking autographs from the time a player is en route to his or her first tee until the completion of the player’s round. Violation of this policy may result in expulsion and loss of ticket privileges for the remainder of the championship.


The USGA will communicate important safety information to fans through special Alerts that will appear on all leader boards, thru boards and video boards. Please read all Alerts and follow safety instructions. In general, an Alert shown in blue or yellow is being posted for general awareness while orange indicates fans should be prepared to take action. An Alert shown in red poses an imminent threat and will require immediate action as stated in the Alert. Play will resume as soon as conditions allow.

Weather Advisory (Blue): A Weather Advisory will be posted to alert fans of specific weather conditions that will require certain precautions.

Weather Watch (Yellow): A Weather Watch may be posted to alert fans that dangerous weather is possible, and they should be prepared to take shelter or return to their vehicles.

Weather Warning (Orange):  A Weather Warning will be posted to alert fans that dangerous weather is approaching, and they should be prepared to take shelter or return to their vehicles.

Weather Warning (Red): A Weather Warning may be posted to alert fans that dangerous weather is imminent, and they should take immediate action, including exiting all grandstands.

The USGA will declare a suspension of play if any dangerous situation occurs on the property. Dangerous situations could apply to players, fans or both. Examples include lightning and/or severe weather in the immediate vicinity of the host club, security situation, safety conditions, etc. Suspension of play for a dangerous situation will be signaled by one-prolonged blast of an air horn. If lightning is detected, please avoid open areas, hilltops, high places, isolated trees, golf carts and wire fences, and seek shelter immediately. Play will resume as soon as conditions allow.

Please check local news, local radio stations and for parking and traffic changes that could occur in the event of inclement weather.

Mobile Device Policy

The USGA encourages fans to capture their favorite moments at our championships and stay connected with family and friends while on site.  We have set guidelines on mobile device usage to ensure our players and other fans are not distracted or disrupted during the championship.  Fans may carry mobile devices smaller than 7” in length and/or height; however, please make sure all device volume controls are set to “silent” or “vibrate” and flash photography is disabled prior to entering the championship gate. “Fan Zones” have been designated throughout the championship site for fans to place or receive calls.  Phone calls must not be received or placed in any area that may disrupt play including grandstands.  Photography, video and audio recording are permitted throughout the course, but content must not be used for commercial purposes.  Live streaming or shot-by-shot coverage of any player (with our without video) is not permitted at any time throughout championship week.     

Conducting a global championship for the best golfers in the world is our primary focus. Violation of any of the above policies may result in immediate expulsion and loss of ticket privileges for the remainder of the championship. and u.s. open championship app

Visit, the official website of the 119th U.S. Open Championship, for complete fan information, exclusive live streaming coverage, hole-by-hole scoring, player highlights, an interactive journey through U.S. Open history and the latest news from Pebble Beach Golf Links.

Be sure to download the official U.S. Open Championship App powered by Cisco, available for iOS and Android, to locate your favorite players and amenities and to receive the latest news and updates while at the course.

Complimentary Wi-Fi

To enhance your experience on-site at Pebble Beach, the USGA will offer complimentary wi-fi throughout the championship grounds.


The Main Merchandise Pavilion, covering 37,000 square feet, will be located in Fan Central as you enter through Gate 1. A variety of merchandise bearing the U.S. Open Championship logo will be available for purchase. There will also be a Satellite Merchandise Tent open during U.S. Open week only. For your convenience, a merchandise bag check tent and shipping tent will be located adjacent to the Main Merchandise Pavilion.

Hours of Operation:

Pre-Championship (Main Merchandise Pavilion Only)

June 6-7 (Thursday through Friday) 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

June 8-9 (Saturday through Sunday) 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The Main Merchandise Pavilion is open to the public on pre-championship days (June 6-9). No tickets or credentials will be required to enter the Main Merchandise Pavilion during these days; however, the course will be closed to the public. Please follow directional signs for complimentary parking near the Main Merchandise Pavilion.

U.S. Open Championship Week

June 10-16 (Monday through Sunday) 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Since the Main Merchandise Pavilion and Satellite Merchandise Tent are located on the championship grounds, you must have a ticket or credential to gain entry during the championship.


To assist you in exploring lodging options and information about local experiences, dining options or things to do during your trip to the greater Pebble Beach and Monterey County areas, we encourage you to visit or contact the below organizations.

*Cannery Row Company
(831) 649-6690

Visit website for more information on the Monterey Community Shuttle

*Carmel Chamber of Commerce
(800) 550-6650

Visit website for more information on the Carmel Community Shuttle

*Monterey County Convention & Visitors Bureau
(888) 221-1010

*Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
(831) 648-5350

*Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce & Tourist Centers
(800) 656-6650

Visit website for more information on the Pacific Grove Community Shuttle

Fans flying from out of town are encouraged to explore flights at the below airports.

*Monterey Regional Airport (MRY)
(831) 648-7000
Located approximately 8 miles from Pebble Beach

*San Jose International Airport (SJC)
(408) 392-3600
Located approximately 80 miles from Pebble Beach

*San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
(800) 435-9736
Located approximately 110 miles from Pebble Beach