Posted: March 24, 2015 3:27 pm
All remaining 1761 Club Badges — the top ticket to July’s U.S. Women’s Open at Lancaster Country Club — will go on sale again on Friday, March 27.
About 25 percent of the tickets, which cost $200, remain, organizers said Monday.
The 1761 Club Badge offers access to all seven days of the championship and complimentary parking. Ticket-holders will be able to visit indoor and outdoor venues with “an array of artisanal food and beverage options.” They will also have access to air-conditioned video viewing areas.
“If you’re looking for the elevated and unique experience, now is the time to secure your spot at this historic event,” said Barry Deach, championship director of the event, which will be held July 6-12.
Organizers expect more than 100,000 spectators to attend the tournament.
For more information and to purchase badges go to www.2015uswomensopen.com/tickets.
Daily single tickets are expected to go on sale to the general public after sales conclude for multiple-day and special ticket packages sometime in April. It is possible that tickets will still be available on a walk-up basis during the tournament, but it’s also possible sales will be cut off long before the event, organizers said.
Located in the most challenging corner of Lancaster Country Club, the 1761 Club is being created using an existing building at the country club.
“When I saw the homestead, I immediately knew this was going to be something special,” Deach said. “I knew that the local charm and history of this homestead would be a centerpiece of the championship experience.”