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    A Guide to the 2024 U.S. Women’s Open Presented by Ally



    In 1919, William Flynn was hired to remodel the existing nine-hole course at Lancaster Country Club and add another nine holes. No one could have predicted then that Flynn would go on to become one of America’s greatest golf course architects or that his work at Lancaster would be considered among his best.


    Following Lancaster, Flynn designed multiple major championship courses, including Shinnecock Hills, the Country Club (Brookline), and Cherry Hills while having a hand in the design evolution of American classics like Pine Valley and Merion. His relationship with Lancaster was unique. For 26 years until his death in 1945, Flynn returned to Lancaster to work on the course, eventually taking it across the Conestoga River in 1941.


    LCC has been committed to preserving Flynn’s masterpiece, and no changes have been made to the course without the expert advice of Lancaster County native and golf course architect Jim Nagle, who is a studied Flynn expert. Course architecture website Golf Club Atlas called Flynn’s work “one of the best marriages of property with a master golf course architect.”


    At 6,629 yards and par 70 for the 2024 U.S. Women’s Open, the course is a traditional parkland course that meanders over gently rolling terrain, is dissected by the Conestoga River, and even features two holes without a single bunker, a rarity in today’s golf game.

    Photography by Christian Hafer


    Check back for daily start times as the tournament approaches.

    Public Practice Rounds

    Tuesday, May 28 & Wednesday, May 29


    Championship Rounds

    Round 1: Thursday, May 30
    Round 2: Friday, May 31
    Round 3: Saturday, June 1
    Final Round: Sunday, June 2


    Round Notes

    For Round 2: The low 60 scorers and ties will play the final 36 holes.


    For Round 3: The first starting time will be determined by the number of players who make the 36-hole cut (50 lowest scores and anyone tying for 50th place).


    Playoffs: If there is a tie for the lowest score after 72 holes, a two-hole aggregate playoff will be held immediately following play. If the playoff results in a tie, the tied players will continue to play off hole-by-hole until the champion is determined.



    There are ticket options for every golf fan! Whether you’re a lifelong player or supporter, or you want to take part of this monumental event coming to the Lancaster community, daily tickets or multi-day packages are available in three tiers.


    Gallery Tickets

    Follow the action for all 18 holes or leave the rope line to find a seat in the open grandstands. Food and beverage concessions will be conveniently located throughout the course.


    1761 Club Tickets

    Hang out with your friends at the best sports bar in golf! The 1761 Club is a dedicated space located near the 16th hole with upgraded food and beverage options for purchase.


    Penn Club Tickets

    Enjoy the most premium ticket experience at the Penn Club, featuring an all-inclusive food and beverage and a variety of seating options where you can watch the best golfers in the world compete for the U.S. Women’s Open Championship trophy.


    Junior Tickets

    Juniors ages 17 and under are eligible for complimentary gallery junior tickets for any day when accompanied by an adult ticket or credential holder.



    The annual Junior Post Design Contest is returning for its fourth year at the 2024 championship. Multiple winners will be chosen to have their designs will be displayed onsite at the 79th U.S. Women’s Open Championship at Lancaster Country Club.


    The contest serves to celebrate and showcase the artwork of talented youth under 17. Submissions will be judged based on creativity and originality. To enter the contest, entrants must print or download a copy of the official entry form, complete the form, and create an original poster design in the designated area. The entry deadline is 11:59 p.m. EST on Friday, April 12. Winners will be announced on Wednesday, May 1.


    “We’re looking forward to engaging local kids as we continue to celebrate and embrace the Lancaster community’s incredible support of the U.S. Women’s Open,”, said Allison Burns, Championship Director.  “This community has shown tremendous support for the championship in the past and this contest will further that engagement in a fun, interactive way.”


    More details can be found here.



    If you are interested in learning more about the history of the U.S. Women’s Open—check out this interactive timeline showcasing the iconic moments of every championship including the 2015 Championship held at Lancaster Country Club.


    For the most up to date tournament information, visit