How to Experience the U.S. Women's Open in San Francisco
The 2021 U.S. Women’s Open tees off Thursday, June 3, and continues through Sunday, June 6 at The Olympic Club in San Francisco. This year’s USWO Championship marks the first time in Olympic Club history that the storied venue will host a USGA Women’s Championship.
An extremely competitive field of the world’s best female golfers has been assembled. 11 U.S. Women's Open champions and 24 of the top 25 players in the world are among those who will compete in San Francisco. For full details on all the competitors, click here.
How to Watch the U.S. Women's Open
In partnership with the City and County of San Francisco and its Department of Public Health, the USGA is thrilled to welcome a limited number of fans to this year’s championship. Currently, all tickets available to the general public for all four rounds are sold out. However, limited tickets are available on secondary market sites like Stubhub.
Fans who have already purchased tickets will receive an email with a link to their mobile tickets. Any questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those interested in tuning in from the comfort of their own home, nearly 25 hours of live coverage will be available between broadcast TV and streaming services, including NBC, NBCSports.com, GOLF Channel, and Peacock. Coverage begins on Wednesday, June 2, on GOLF Channel. Click here for the entire broadcast schedule.
Golf in San Francisco
Feeling inspired to hit the links yourself? For a city that’s easy to navigate without a car, there’s a lot of driving—and putting—in San Francisco. Here's our round-up of great golf courses within and beyond San Francisco city limits, as well as a few more fun-focused golf activities in the Bay Area.
What to do in San Francisco When You're Not on the Course
It's time to satisfy your pent-up desire to travel. And what better way to do that than with a long weekend in San Francisco? Just right off the course, you can experience the best in food, culture, and the great outdoors. Extend your trip with our custom, three-day San Francisco itinerary.
Where to Stay in San Francisco