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2020 U.S. Open Postponement and Senior Opens Cancellation FAQsU.S. Open: Winged Foot Golf Club, Sept. 17-20 (new dates)

2020 U.S. OPEN (postponed)

I bought tickets for the June dates for the U.S. Open. Will they work for the rescheduled dates?  
Yes. Your tickets are good for the rescheduled dates, and no action is needed from your end.  We look forward to seeing you at Winged Foot!

I purchased tickets to the U.S. Open and cannot make the rescheduled dates. How can I get a refund?  

Refunds are available. Click here to begin the process.  

Are tickets still available? 
Yes. Tickets are available at

My tickets were purchased through a secondary market service. How can I receive a refund? 
You will need to contact the secondary market seller to determine their refund policy. We can only provide refunds on tickets purchased through the USGA. 

Will there be changes to Fox Sports' television coverage? 
In partnership with the USGA, Fox Sports remains committed to providing golf fans an exceptional viewing experience. As we work through the details surrounding the postponement, information about the broadcast schedule will be released at a later date. 

Where can I find updated information as more details become available?  
The USGA will continue to communicate to ticket buyers directly via email. Information can always be found at or through the U.S. Open app.   

If I have already applied to play, do I have to apply again for the new dates? 
All players who registered for qualifying have already been issued a full refund for their entry. All locally exempt players will be withdrawn and issued a full refund within 10-12 business days. Once updated qualifying sites and dates are announced, those players will need to re-apply for the championship. 

Fully exempt players who have registered for the U.S. Open Championship will remain registered. Those who do not wish to compete on the new dates can request a full refund by emailing


I bought tickets for the 2020 U.S. Senior Open and/or 2020 U.S. Senior Women’s Open. How do I receive a refund?
Refunds have been processed this morning and credited back to the original method of payment.  Please allow five to seven business days to see that posted back to the account.

Why weren’t the championships postponed like the U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open?
Given the ongoing health and safety issues related to COVID-19 and the significant consolidation of schedules into the back half of 2020, including the postponement of the U.S. Women’s Open and U.S. Open, the USGA felt it was necessary to make these unfortunate adjustments to our 2020 championship plans. 

How can I get a refund of my volunteer package?
Full refunds will be made on all volunteer fees paid to date. They will be made in the coming weeks via the credit/debit card you provided when you registered or via check to your shipping address on file.

I applied to play. Will I receive a refund?
Yes. If you applied to play in the 2020 U.S. Senior Open or 2020 U.S. Senior Women’s Open, a full refund will be issued to your credit card in the coming weeks.

Will Omaha Country Club still serve as host to the 2021 U.S. Senior Open
Yes, Omaha (Neb.) Country Club will host the 2021 U.S. Senior Open July 8-11. The 2022 championship is scheduled to be held at Saucon Valley Country Club in Bethlehem, Pa. 

When will a 2021 U.S. Senior Women’s Open venue be announced?
The U.S. Senior Women’s Open Championship is a valued pillar in the USGA’s roster of championships. We are dedicated to continuing to elevate this championship and celebrate the legends of the game, all while supporting our core mission of making golf accessible to all ages. We are working through details with the 2021 host site and expect to make an announcement regarding the date and venue very soon.