U.S. Open Championship 2022

U.S. Open logos & The Country Club. Text: 2022 US Open Championship The Country Club June 13th-19th

Benefits to Our Community


Economic Impact

The tournament will bring in thousands of visitors and raise foot traffic for local businesses. That means more business for places like hotels and restaurants, as well as more tax revenue for the whole town.

Doing Business with the USGA

The USGA's Open Works Program gives Brookline businesses priority for supplying labor and supplies to the U.S. Open. Interested businesses and workers can register with the USGA’s U.S. Open supplier and employment registration portal.

Small businesses, those owned by women, minority, LGBTQIA, people with disabilities, and veterans with service-related disabilities, and other individuals are invited to register and learn more at www.usga.org/openworks.

All registrations must be received by May 1, 2022. 


Support local charities and nonprofits by taking home a piece of Brookline history before the Championship! Brookline has the rights to in-person sales of U.S. Open merchandise, with at least $100,000 net profit guaranteed for the town. All proceeds of these merchandise sales will be distributed to local nonprofit charities and organizations under the direction of the Community Partnership Committee.

Take a sneak peak with Mass Golf's Stephen Hanjack above, and find all the championship gear up for sale at the Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Shop.

The clubhouse at the Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course on a sunny day Opens in new window

Community Partnership Committee

Tickets to the U.S. Open Championship can be purchased at www.brooklinecharitygolfauction.com starting at 10 AM on April 6, 2022. Proceeds from the sale of these tickets donated by The Country Club will be used to support local charitable organizations. In addition to this website, several Brookline non-profit organizations are selling tickets through live or silent auctions at their annual fundraising events.

The sun sets over the flag at Hole 13 of the Robert T. Lynch Memorial Golf Course

Brookline Comes First

Brookline residents were given priority to register as volunteers in early-2021 and will get preference when it comes to U.S. Open jobs and championship supplier needs. The USGA is donating 150 weeklong ticket packages (a $120,000 value) to our Community Partners and local non-profits to help raise funds for causes all over town. We're also building stronger ties with The Country Club that will benefit residents years after the championship.

Black and White photo of Brookline Amateur Golfer Francis Ouimet swinging a golf club

Celebrating Brookline's Golfing History

Join us in celebrating more than a century of great moments in golf, from Brookline’s very own Francis Ouimet's historic win in the 1913 U.S. Open to the U.S. Team's famous 'Sunday Comeback' in 1999 Ryder Cup. You can learn more about Brookline's place in history in the world of golf at The Country Club.

Public Safety and Traffic Control

Public Safety Committee

The Brookline Police and Fire Departments are our Lead Law Enforcement Agencies for the championship. They'll be supported by crews from: Brookline DPW; Boston, Newton, & Boston College Police Departments; Massachusetts State Police; MBTA; MassDOT; Mass. Dept. of Conservation & Recreation; regional & federal law enforcement partners (FBI, DHS, USPS, FAA, etc.); Ambulatory, fire suppression, & first-aid services; USGA suppliers & contractors.

Limited Access Plan

There will be uninterrupted access for residents, emergency services, mail/packages, school buses, waste collection, and other residential services near the championship. In certain neighborhoods near The Country Club, parking passes will be distributed in Spring 2022 for residents and their guests. Here is a complete listing of those neighborhoods. Fans and championship personnel will park in specified parking lots.

Some neighborhoods will see new traffic patterns and modified roads during the championship. See our Initial Transportation and Parking Plan for a list of affected neighborhoods and more details on these alternate traffic patterns.

Health and Safety Plan

The USGA continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and receives guidance from the Town of Brookline, Health Department, and public health officials to safely host the 2022 U.S. Open Championship. Championship officials will remain vigilant and utilize best practices from Winged Foot and Torrey Pines.

To maintain the integrity of the security perimeter in and around the championship grounds, attendees will go through a two-part security screening and credential verification process. All attendees are subject to a security screening process prior to entering the championship grounds, including non-divest metal detection (TSA/airport style screening), a list of Prohibited Items similar to a Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, Patriots game, and a Ticket / Credential Verification Process at the gate.


  • Construction & Site Prep: March 15 – June 12
  • U.S. Open Championship Week: June 13 – June 19
  • Teardown & Site Remediation: June 20 – August 31

Construction and Championship activities may cause loud noise from March 15th through August 31st, including 24 hours at day from June 12th - 20th. Expect construction at The Country Club, Brookline DPW Transfer Station, Pine Manor College, Allandale Farm, Robert T. Lynch Golf Course and Larz Anderson Park. Please check the official Noise Bylaw Waiver Hours, as well as the PowerPoint slides from the March 10th, 2022 Town Public Forum on the Health and Safety Plan for more details.

Getting to the Championship


The MBTA is your most efficient option to get to the championship. Take the T to a dedicated U.S. Open station, avoid traffic and parking, and reduce emissions. Complimentary U.S. Open shuttles will be provided to/from the stations below, and go to various entry gates. Check here for more on shuttle bus destinations and routes.

Complimentary shuttle bus service from:

  • Orange Line – Forest Hills Station
  • Green Line (B) – Boston College
  • Green Line (C) – Cleveland Circle
  • Green Line (D) – Reservoir Station

Ride Share Services

Ride Share services will be limited to specific pick-up and drop-off locations at Larz Anderson Park and one additional location to be determined. Ride Shares are limited to vehicles that hold 12 or fewer passengers. No vehicle staging will be allowed; pick-ups must be coordinated ahead of time. Ride Share drivers must follow directional signage and traffic attendants.

USGA will coordinate with major ride share programs to educate drivers on location(s), routing, and manage the traffic flow during peak arrival/departure times.

Check our map of ride share routes in and out of the area.


Fans choosing to ride a bicycle to the championship are instructed to follow directions and signage to Larz Anderson Park or Pine Manor College. Bike racks will be provided to secure bikes at each of these locations. Owners are responsible for the security of their bicycles. Find more on bicycle routing around The Country Club.

Driving and Parking

Street parking will be limited to residents and their guests in those neighborhoods surrounding The Country Club. Residents in those neighborhoods will get special passes distributed in May 2022.
PLEASE NOTE: All U.S. Open Championship parking lots will require the appropriate parking pass for access. Fans and ticket-holders should visit www.usopen.com in the Spring of 2022 to learn more about parking options available for purchase.

Short Term Home Rentals

Any resident who would like to list their property as a short term rental (STR) should register their property through the STR portal on the Town’s web page. Check the our Short Term Rental page for info, then open the Short Term Rental Application Guide and finally Apply Here.

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