US Open Golf Tickets
For more than 100 years, the best golfers in the world have come together for the United States Open Championship, or simply the U.S. Open. That first U.S. Open in 1895 was won by Horace Rawlins, who earned a total of $150 for the victory along with a $50 gold medal. It’s safe to say that U.S. Open golf tickets were probably fairly easy to come by back then. But now that the tournament offers a total prize of $7.5 million, the demand for US Open tickets has risen just a bit. And that certainly figures to be the case for 2009 US Open golf tickets when the event visits Bethpage Black in New York. Back in 2002 Bethpage became the first truly public golf course to host the US Open, and the results were a huge success with record sales of golf tickets and a memorable win by Tiger Woods. Despite being a public course that New York residents can play for as little as $60, Bethpage Black is a championship course in every sense of the word. And with Tiger Woods set to return from his knee injury in time for the US Open, it could truly be a tournament to remember.
US Open tickets are sure to be red hot again with the return of one of golf’s top events to Bethpage, which is considered to be one of the toughest courses in the entire United States and in fact Golf Digest ranked it as #6 on the list of most difficult courses. And US Open golf tournament tickets also rank pretty high in terms of difficulty, so many golf fans rely on online ticket brokers to get their tickets.
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