2027 U.S. Open Dates, Golf Course

The 2027 U.S. Open golf championship will be the 127th time this tournament is played. The U.S. Open is one of the four major championships of men's professional golf and is run by the United States Golf Association. Dating to 1895, it is the oldest golf tournament in America, and the second-oldest (after the British Open) of the majors.

2027 U.S. Open dates: June 17-20, 2027
Golf course: Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California

Tickets for the 2027 U.S. Open will likely go on sale around the time of, or shorly after, the playing of the 2026 tournament. When ticket information becomes available, it will be posted on usga.org.

The groupings and tee times for the 2027 U.S. Open are determined by the USGA. The USGA announces those pairings typically the week prior to the start of the tournament, or early in the week of the tournament.

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2027 U.S. Open Course: Pebble Beach

California's iconic Pebble Beach Golf Links is the site of the 2027 U.S. Open. The course didn't host its first U.S. Open until 1972, but when the 2027 tournament is played, it will be the seventh Open at Pebble.

The six previous U.S. Opens at Pebble Beach, with their winners and scores:

  • 1972 — Jack Nicklaus, 290
  • 1982 — Tom Watson, 282
  • 1992 — Tom Kite, 285
  • 2000 — Tiger Woods, 272
  • 2010 — Graeme McDowell, 284
  • 2019 — Gary Woodland, 271
Some of those Pebble Beach Opens remain famous in golf history, particularly 1982 and 2000. In 1982, Watson chipped in out of thick rough on the 17th hole to nip Nicklaus. In 2000, Woods put on one of the greatest displays of golf anyone has ever seen, winning by a record 15 strokes.

Pebble Beach is also the site of the annual Pebble Beach Pro-Am (view winners), a PGA Tour tournament that dates to the 1930s. The course has also been the site of U.S. men's and women's amateur championships, including the 2018 U.S. Amateur won by Viktor Hovland. The 1977 PGA Championship was played there, and won by Lanny Wadkins. And the U.S. Women's Open was first played at Pebble Beach in 2023.

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