USGA to Open Main Merchandise Pavilion for Pre-Championship Shopping
Opportunity to Shop for U.S. Open Merchandise Without a Ticket

FAR HILLS, N.J. (June 5, 2017) – The United States Golf Association (USGA) announced today that the U.S. Open Main Merchandise pavilion at Erin Hills will be open to the general public for pre-championship shopping from Thursday, June 8 through Sunday, June 11 (10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily). Tickets are not required to access the Main Merchandise pavilion during these four days. The golf course will be closed to the public.

The Main Merchandise pavilion, covering 39,000 square feet, features a variety of merchandise bearing the U.S. Open Championship logo, including caps, golf shirts, T-shirts, jackets, lapel pins, golf balls, repair tools, ball markers, towels and much more.

WHAT:                    U.S. Open Pre-Championship Main Merchandise Pavilion Opening


WHEN:                   Thursday, June 8 – Sunday, June 11

                                10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

WHERE:                  U.S. Open Main Merchandise Pavilion

                                Erin Hills

PARKING:                Please follow directional signs for complimentary parking near the Main Merchandise Pavilion


About the U.S. Open Main Merchandise Pavilion

The U.S. Open Main Merchandise pavilion features one-of-a-kind apparel designs and accessory keepsakes from more than 50 vendors and offers more than 400,000 logoed items. In addition to major apparel brands such as Ralph Lauren, adidas, Nike and Under Armour, local vendors include Brown Deer--based Jean’s Clay Studio, as well as Rowe Pottery Works of Cambridge, Wis.

About the USGA

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