February 23, 2016
The Bay Area already hosted the Super Bowl. Now, it’s preparing to host the Super Bowl of women’s golf.
From July 7-10, the U.S. Women’s Open Championship will be held at CordeValle in San Martin. Not only will it be the first U.S. Women’s Open Championship to be held in the Bay Area, but it will also mark only the third time the championship has been contested in California.
If you want to be a part of it all, there are a couple of options.
For starters, great new ticket offerings are now available on the official championship website. The flexible 2-entry package is a wonderful way for a family to enjoy the championship for a day, especially since kids under 17 get free admission.
One could also go with the CordeValle Reserve package, a week-long badge that gives access to the Reserve area located at the on-site winery and featuring an upgraded menu, air-conditioned comfort and more amenities. These packages are a reflection of an overall desire to make the championship accessible and affordable to everyone.
There’s still also a number of volunteer positions open for the championship. Positions range from credentials and caddie services to leaderboards, merchandise and VIP transportation. Just about every corner of the championship depends on the support of volunteers. You are only required to work four shifts during the week, and volunteers receive special perks. Junior spectators (17 and younger) are also encouraged to volunteer as standard bearers.
CordeValle is excited to work with the NCGA in promoting this unique, historic championship. Learn more about ticket offerings, volunteer positions, hospitality and more at 2016uswomensopen.com.