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How to get to U.S. Open at Chambers Bay

There are plenty of spectacular views all around Chambers Bay Golf Course, like when trains rumble past the 16th hole. (Tyler Tjomsland)
There are plenty of spectacular views all around Chambers Bay Golf Course, like when trains rumble past the 16th hole. (Tyler Tjomsland)

More than 21,000 satellite parking spots will be available at two primary lots. Parking and shuttle service to the championship grounds are free. Nearly 300 shuttle buses will run continuously from 5:30 a.m. each day and continue for one hour following the conclusion of play.

Spectators traveling from points north and east of Chambers Bay, which is located in University Place, will be directed to the Red lot (Washington State Fairgrounds in Puyallup). The shuttle ride to the course is expected to be 30 minutes. Spectators traveling from points south and west of the course will be directed to the Blue lot (Fort Steilacoom State Park in Lakewood) for an expected shuttle ride of 25 minutes.

Spectators who are being dropped off will be directed to the passenger, taxi, limousine drop-off zone at Sunset Primary School. It’s a 10-minute walk to the course.

Info: usopen.com/en_US/champ_ experience/know_before_you_go.html

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