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TOWN OF BROOKLINE

HOME OF THE 2022 U.S. OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

Explore the community where Francis Ouimet, the amateur who claimed a historic victory at the 1913 U.S. Open at the Country Club, was born and raised.

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U.S. Open Latest News and Updates

  1. Town Administrator's Presentation to Select Board on U.S. Open

    Complete Town Administrator’s Presentation to the Select Board, 7/27/2021 (pdf) [https://brooklinema.gov/DocumentCenter/View/25120]

  2. Public Forum on the 122nd U.S. Open (1/10/22)

  3. U.S. Open Media Articles

    The Country Club and USGA create Lee Elder Internship to help under-represented youths to career options in golf...

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Benefits to our Community

  • Economic Impact

  • Priority Brookline Business Program (hotels and restaurants)
  • Priority Employment and Volunteer Program for Brookline residents
  • Excise taxes on food, drink and hotel rooms
  • General tourism
  • Merchandising

  • Authority to sell official USGA merchandise (no Internet sales)
  • 20% royalty with $100,000 guaranteed net profit
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  • Community Programming

  • Community Partnership Committee Town of Brookline and The Country Club
  • Use of complimentary ticket packages for community fundraising ($120,000 face value)
  • Programming community events
  • Community Benefits

  • Brookline preference for volunteers, employment and commerce 
  • Ticket packages for community fund raising
  • Merchandising partnership
  • Special Programming
  • To Celebrate Brookline’s Unique History and Tradition of Golf

  • TCC is a Charter Member of the USGA and host to many prominent tournaments over time
  • Famed 1913 US Open that elevated the popularity of golf in the United States led by young amateur player Francis Ouimet from Brookline
  • Was host to the famous 1999 Ryder Cup
  • To Generate Economic Activity

  • Local businesses will be used and local residents will have opportunities to volunteer and work
  • Excise taxes will be generated on hotels and meals
  • To Improve Municipal Property

  • Long term improvements will be combined with restoration for temporary use
  • To Create Community Excitement and Benefits

  • Funding for community based non profits, programming for youth and other events
  • Ensure that the tournament will reflect Brookline’s values of equity and sustainability
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Public Safety and Traffic Control

  • Public Safety and Traffic Control

  • Police/fire personnel funded by USGA through private duty detail program/rate
  • EMS partner Fallon Ambulance contracted by USGA separately
  • Public Safety command post in clubhouse fed/state/local presence (possible funding)
  • Required DPW personnel funded by USGA at 1.5 of relevant contract rates
  • Traffic Management Plan

  • Developed in coordination with Town using Howard Stein Hudson/Tom Tinlin

More information will be added as we get closer to the event.