Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course – How is the golf course being utilized for the championship?

The Town of Brookline has granted the USGA permission to use portions of Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course “Brookline Golf Course” for the purposes of utilizing existing hardscape facilities, providing for operational compound space, infrastructure staging, and reserved parking during the week of the championship.

The USGA will have non-exclusive access to Brookline Golf Course June 1-9 for the purposes of setting up the operational areas as defined above as well as non-exclusive access June 21-30 for the purposes of teardown and restoration of the impacted areas. The USGA will have exclusive use of these designated areas at Brookline Golf Course June 10-20 for the purposes of conducting the U.S. Open Championship.

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1. What is the U.S. Open Community Partnership Committee and what is its role?
2. Who are the members that sit on the CPC?
3. What is the USGA’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) plan?
4. Larz Anderson Park – How is it being utilized for the championship?
5. Larz Anderson Park – How will people walk to the championship grounds from the park?
6. Larz Anderson Park – Can I access the park during the week of the U.S. Open? If so, where do I park?
7. Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course – How is the golf course being utilized for the championship?
8. Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course – Can I access the golf course the week of the U.S. Open?
9. Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course – I live nearby and I am attending The Championship. Can I park or walk through Brookline Golf Course to access the championship grounds?
10. Is the Town of Brookline being compensated for the USGA’s use of Larz Anderson Park & Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course (Brookline Golf Course)?