The City of Boston is proud to welcome the 122nd U.S. Open Championship! The Country Club in Brookline will host its fourth U.S. Open Championship from Monday, June 13th through Sunday, June 19th. Since 1895, the U.S. Open has been seen as the world’s premier golf championship. It is one of the 14 annual national championships conducted by the USGA and its champions include golf legends such as Bobby Jones, Jack Nicklaus, and Tiger Woods.
The 2022 U.S. Open is expected to bring thousands of visitors to Boston. If you’re a ticket holder for the championship and wondering where to stay, consider the Hampton Inn and Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Seaport District. Roughly 9 miles from The Country Club, you’ll have easy access to the game in Brookline and all other amenities the Boston area has to offer. Get ready for your trip to Boston by exploring more about the championship, what to expect this year, and how the Seaport District will support your event needs.
The U.S. Open Returns to Brookline
The courses that host the U.S. Open are said to be “cathedrals of the game.” They are the best in the world, and one course, in particular, includes The Country Club in Brookline. The course is also one of the five founding clubs of the USGA.
The US Open in Brookline, MA will return this year after having previously been held in 1988, 1963, and 1913. The last time it was held at the club in 1988, Curtis Strange won the first of his back-to-back titles, defeating Nick Faldo in an 18-hole playoff. With the championship’s return this June, competitors will also play a hole that hasn’t been used in a U.S. Open since 1913. History will be in the making!
Transport with Ease
It’s good to prepare ahead for how you’re going to travel to the championship, which is another reason why it’s important to stay at a hotel in Boston near the U.S. Open. Get to and from the championship with a variety of accessible options from the Seaport District. Our neighborhood is the perfect location for quick travel accommodations.
Once you look your golf best, step out of the Hampton Inn and Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Seaport District and choose your mode of transportation. You can hop on the MBTA (“T”) following Boston’s transit map, utilize the U.S. Open Championship Ride Share, park in the course’s parking lot, or bike over using Boston’s Blue Bike System.
Explore Activities in Boston
Don’t miss out on discovering all the things to do in Seaport and current events in Boston during your stay for the U.S. Open. Check out historic sites including the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, located directly in the Seaport District. With downtown Boston just steps away, dive deeper into the rich history of the city by visiting the Old State House or The Paul Revere House.
Be sure to also discover local eateries like The Barking Crab, serving fresh New England seafood. The Hampton Inn and Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Seaport District have numerous delicious restaurants just waiting for you to try.
Book Your Stay With Us
Boston is so excited to welcome you and the U.S. Open to its shores. We hope you choose the Hampton Inn and Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Seaport District for your beacon of relaxation and opportunity. Book your stay with us today, as spots are going fast! Get ready for an adventure you’ll remember forever.