Here’s how to get tickets to the 2025 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club

An aerial view of Oakmont.

Oakmont will host the next U.S. Open in 2025.

Gary Lisbon

If you think it’s too early to start planning for next year’s U.S. Open before the champion is even crowned at Pinehurst No. 2, you would be mistaken!

The USGA is already selling tickets for the 2025 U.S. Open at the tournament’s second anchor site Oakmont. Next year’s national open is set for June 9-15, with the traditional Father’s Day finish.

As of Friday, there are already four different ticket package options available on the USGA website for the 125th U.S. Open.

The first option is a premium offering, the weeklong Trophy Club package. For the price of $1500 — the same as this year’s event — you’ll get gallery tickets for every day of the week (Monday-Sunday) for one person and access to the climate-controlled Trophy Club off the 3rd fairway which will have premium food and beverage options available for purchase, as well as executive restrooms. The 3rd fairway is the location of Oakmont’s iconic “Church Pews” bunker, so it’s sure to be good viewing, along with the adjacent 4th fairway

The second option is the Champions Pavillion, which is the most premium offering for next year. The Champions Pavillion will be located next to the 3rd green and feature all-inclusive food and beverage, live television coverage and private restrooms. The USGA is describing this option as a “lounge atmosphere” and it will cost you. Tickets are going for $5,000 for a five-day package and single day tickets are not currently available.

The third ticket option is for the standard weekly gallery ticket which will get you in the gates for all seven days of tournament week, but none of the hospitality tents like the options above. The weekly ticket package comes in at $800 a pop, $50 more than this year.

The final options allow you to get two tickets to either the Thursday and Friday rounds or the Saturday and Sunday rounds and reserved grandstand space at a to-be-determined location. The opening-round option costs $750 per person while weekend rounds are $825.

Additionally, fans can also sign up for the USGA’s Victory Club for free! The Victory Club allows you access to special promotions, events and more.

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