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Fans, volunteers, and other guests of the championship are responsible for securing their own housing during the week of the championship. At prior U.S. Opens, fans have stayed in hotels and private homes around the local and regional area of the host club. The USGA does not directly coordinate housing requests with fans or volunteers but will encourage those looking to learn more about local hotel accommodations and things to do in the greater Brookline area via Brookline’s Chamber of Commerce at discoverbrookline.com.
Fans interested in renting a private home during the week of the championship will be responsible for researching, coordinating, and directly contracting with the homeowner. It is expected fans will primarily learn of opportunities on popular home rental platforms such as VRBO, Airbnb, and others. Residents interested in renting their home during the week of the championship should be considerate of their price point. Fan spending expectations are likely to be in-line with the hotel market. In other words, fans who can book into a local hotel for $200/night per room will have the same expectation for a private home. Brookline residents are responsible for assuring home rental compliance per Town Meeting by-laws that were recently voted on.