Tips for Spectators
Spectators are encouraged and welcome to attend the 2023 U.S. Senior Open. Tickets are required for the tournament and are offered in a variety of different package options. Practice rounds will be on Tuesday, June 27 and Wednesday, June 28. Championship rounds will be from Thursday, June 29 through Sunday, July 2.
There will be grandstand seating available for spectators to use in select locations. Spectators are also welcome to bring chairs to sit in if viewing from a specific hole is preferred. Spectators are encouraged to walk the course, in designated locations.
Parking and transportation plans for the 2023 U.S. Senior Open are still being finalized and will be made official in the Spring of 2023.
Food and Beverage
Food and beverage will be available for purchase, sold at the ninth hole. PJ's will remain open during the Championship.
Looking for a unique and exciting way to experience the U.S. Senior Open? Check out ways to volunteer. While adult volunteer spots have been filled, you can sign up for a waitlist. However, junior volunteers are still needed and can register now.
Tickets are required for the match. Find a variety of ticketing options to fit your needs whether you're visiting for a day or staying for the week. Refunds are not given for any tickets and screenshots of digital tickets will not be accepted. If you have additional questions about tickets, you can reach out to email@example.com or by calling 1-800-698-0661.
Where to Stay
For traditional hotel stays, be sure to take a look at:
- The Inn at SentryWorld (on-site)
- Baymont (1.1-miles away)
- Country Inn & Suites (1.2-miles away)
- Cobblestone Hotel & Suites (2.4-miles away)
- Fairfield Inn & Suites (5.2-miles away)
- Holiday Inn Hotel (6.2-miles away)
To find the perfect fit, browse more hotels in the area.
Looking for a short-term rental or a non-traditional stay?
- Claflin House (2.2-miles away)
- Water Dragon Inn (4.4-miles away)
- UW-Stevens Point Residence Halls (1-2 miles away)
Local Foods & Where to Eat
Hungry in the Stevens Point Area? Here are the top food experiences you can't miss:
For local food, go straight to the source. Make a stop at Feltz Dairy Store, where after a scoop and some curds, you can also tour the robotic milking operation. To make it a meal, hit local favorites that work with local growers for farm-to-fork cuisine, including Father Fats, Muse, Main Grain, or PJ's Restaurant.
Get more tasty suggestions with the Stevens Point Area dining guide.
Things To Do
Take a tour of one of the oldest breweries in the United States, Point Brewery, complete with a sample of soda, cider, or beer at the end. Then, explore more of the local craft beverage makers in the Stevens Point Area known as the Central Wisconsin Craft Collective.
Catch live music with a view, with the Levitt AMP Stevens Point Music Series or the City Band concerts along the Wisconsin River, on Wednesday and Thursday evenings at Pfiffner Park. Find more live music here.
In search of local art? Check out one of the many murals in the Stevens Point Area - with unique pieces tucked in every corner of the county.
Hit the trail and explore the popular 27-mile Green Circle Trail. Overwhelmed by the total distance? Get started in the trail headquarters at the Schmeeckle Reserve, or head to the Stevens Point Sculpture Park to break up the trail.
They don't call it the City of Wonderful Water for nothing! Get out on the water from the backwaters of the Wisconsin River, the Tomorrow River, or one of the lakes by kayak, canoe, paddleboard, or pontoon.
Sample the best local goods, available daily at the state's oldest farmers market in downtown Stevens Point.
Want more? Browse more things to do in the Stevens Point Area here.
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