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Going to the U-S Open? Things NOT to do or bring

The movie “Happy Gilmore” comes to mind when I think of proper etiquette for spectators at the US Open at Chambers Bay this week – it’s pretty much the exact opposite of how a crowd (and a golf player!) should probably act at a nationally televised sporting event.

Just a few of the rules:

You can take pictures but only during practice rounds (Monday-Wednesday), not during the actual tournament which starts on Thursday, June 18. Pictures can only be used for personal use. NO taking video is allowed at any time.

None of the following are allowed:

Food or drink, signs or posters, pets, portable speakers, lawn chairs.

For more details about attending the US Open at Chambers Bay Golf Course see the “Know Before You Go” section of the Official USGA website.

Tickets for the tournament are sold out, but still available for practice rounds.

Happy spectating!

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