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U.S. Open 2015: How to Play Chambers Bay

U.S. Open Winning Shots: Chambers Bay Short Par 4s
GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher Brian Mogg previews some shots the pros may face at the 2015 U.S. Open. The back nine at Chambers Bay features a few short par 4s, which will force pros to choose between hitting a driver or an iron.

Unlike most U.S. Open sites, booking a tee time at Chambers Bay is far easier than actually playing the course.

The public course overlooking the Puget Sound in Washington is one of only a few public courses to host the U.S. Open. Chambers Bay is the first course since Torrey Pines’ South Course in 2008 to make its debut as a U.S. Open host.

The course will re-open to the public on Friday, June 26, a mere five days after the 2015 U.S. Open champion is crowned (pending a Monday playoff).

Tee times for Chambers Bay can be booked on the course’s website or over the phone by calling (253) 460-4653. For groups of 16 players or more, times can be booked up to a year in advance. Smaller groups can book up to 90 days in advance. See below for the rate card:


Chambers Bay is a walking only course and caddies are typically paid upwards of $80-$100 per round. Caddie use is not required, and you are allowed to bring your own caddie if you like. Pull carts are also allowed and are available at the course for no additional cost.

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