U.S. Open FAQs And Information
2022 U.S. Open INFO & FAQs
Magellan Jets is honored to have you as our guest at the 2022 U.S. Open! Here’s everything you need to know ahead of your visit:
Your Digital Ticket and entrance
There will not be a physical ticket for your entry to the U.S. Open—instead, you will need your smart phone to access your digital ticket. In order for you to receive that digital ticket, you must download the AXS Tickets app. As we get closer to the start of the U.S. Open, Magellan Jets will assign your ticket to you within the AXS app.
IMPORTANT: When you create your AXS Tickets account, you must link it to the same email address you have given Magellan Jets for your ticket, or else we won’t be able to transfer your ticket to you!
Download the AXS Tickets App here
When you arrive at the Country Club for your day at the U.S. Open, you will open your AXS app and show your ticket to the attendants at any of the entrance gates. There, you’ll be given a fabric wristband with a microchip inside, which will grant you entry to other areas on the grounds.
Finally, you will be required to check in at the Founder’s Club using your wristband. View the Founder’s Club location here.
Parking and Transportation
If you have been granted a VIP parking pass from Magellan Jets, you will park at the Dexter Southfield School. From there, a complementary 10-minute shuttle ride will take you to Gate 4.
If you are utilizing a car service or ride share, the only designated area for drop-off and pick-up is located at nearby Larz Anderson Park. Drivers will be instructed to follow directional signs and parking attendants to the appropriate drop-off or pick-up location. There is no parking or staging for vehicles at the ride share location, so pick-up times must be carefully coordinated. Upon being dropped off at Larz Anderson Park, guests will walk a 1/2 mile to Gate 6, located between the 1st green and 2nd tee.
Schedule of Events
Practice Rounds (Monday-Wednesday)
Gates will open at 6 a.m. Players will have the option of starting on either the first or 10th tee; those electing to play a full round generally begin between 6:45 a.m. and 3 p.m., and it is typical for players to be on the course or practice areas until 7 p.m.
Championship Rounds 1 and 2 (Thursday-Friday)
Gates will open at 6 a.m. Play is scheduled to begin at approximately 6:45 a.m. for both the first and 10th tees, with the last group of players starting at approximately 2:45 p.m.
Championship Rounds 3 and 4 (Saturday-Sunday)
Gates will open at 7 a.m. The first pair of players will tee off from the first tee only, beginning between 7:30-8:30 a.m. The final pairing for both days will start from the first tee at approximately 2:30 p.m.
Do’s and Don’ts
Don’t bring any type of tablet or computer, any drones or selfie sticks, or any portable speaker or noise-producing device of any kind
Don’t bring any backpack, briefcase, or bag larger than 6″ W x 6″ H x 6″ D in its natural state
Don’t bring any outside food or beverages, glass, coolers, or aerosol/spray bottles (except for medical or infant needs)
Don’t bring any lawn chairs and/or oversized chairs
For a full list of prohibited items, please see the U.S. Open Digital Fan guide.
Cameras are only permitted Monday through Wednesday, and for personal use only. There will be no photography permitted in the presence of a player from the time they address the ball until the completion of their swing (i.e., when a marshal’s arms are raised). Violation of this policy may result in immediate expulsion and loss of ticket privileges.
Cameras will be prohibited on the grounds during all championship rounds, from Thursday through Sunday.
Mobile Devices smaller than 7″ are permitted, but all device volume controls must be set to “silent” or “vibrate,” with flash photography disabled before entering the championship gate. Calls are not to be received or placed in any area that may disrupt play, including in the grandstands; calls may only be received or placed in designated “Fan Zones.” Photography, video, or audio is permitted throughout the course but must not be used for commercial purposes and must not disrupt play. Live streaming or shot-by-shot coverage of any player (with or without video) is not permitted at any point. Violation of this policy may result in immediate expulsion and loss of ticket privileges.
Your Point of Contact
Lost? Having trouble with your ticket? Can’t get onto the grounds? If these or any other issues come up, please contact:
A-Z Digital Fan Guide
For further information on everything from the U.S. Open’s autograph policy to a full list of prohibited items and more, view the 2022 U.S. Open A-Z Digital Fan Guide, which will be updated as further details become available.