2016 U.S. Women’s Open Returns to California after 30 Years – Tickets Now on Sale

CordeValle to Host the Prestigious Championship, July 4-10, 2016

SAN MARTIN, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CordeValle, nestled in the rolling foothills just south of San Jose, is
set to host the 71st U.S. Women’s Open Championship. The property will
host tens of thousands of golf devotees during the championship, which
will be conducted July 4-10, 2016. Limited early ticket offerings are
now available to the public for purchase at www.2016uswomensopen.com,
while supplies last.

Tickets range in price from $75 for a 2-Entry Flex Package, which
includes two individual admissions to use on two separate days or on a
single day, to a $125 7-Entry Flex Package, which includes seven
individual admissions in any combination on any day or all on a single
day. For those looking for an exclusive weeklong experience, the $225
CordeValle Reserve Package will provide an upgraded, elevated
experience, including access to the lofty vistas at the on-site winery
with an artisanal menu and choice beverages.

This will be the third time the U.S. Women’s Open has been conducted in
California and the first in more than three decades. The championship
was held at San Diego Country Club in Chula Vista in 1964, and
Sacramento’s Del Paso Country Club hosted the event in 1982. CordeValle
has hosted top tier championships in years prior, including the PGA
Tour’s Frys.com Open from 2010-2013, as well as the 2011 and 2015 PGA
Cups, and the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship in 2013.

“It is an honor to host such a prestigious golf championship,” said
CordeValle President Luca Rutigliano. “Our membership and the
surrounding communities of Morgan Hill and Gilroy are all thrilled to be
involved. The eyes of the sporting world will be upon us, making the
2016 U.S. Women’s Open nothing short of a coming-out party for this
beautiful region.”

Considered the world’s premier women’s golf championship, the U.S.
Women’s Open is one of 13 national championships conducted annually by
the United States Golf Association (USGA). The championship is open to
professional female golfers and amateur females with a Handicap Index®
not exceeding 2.4.

“The USGA is looking forward to our return to CordeValle for the 2016
U.S. Women’s Open,” said Diana Murphy, USGA vice president and chairman
of the Championship Committee. “This course, which beautifully
incorporates the iconic Northern California landscape, will surely
provide a true test of the competitors skill and mental fortitude, as
well as a truly extraordinary experience for spectators.”

CordeValle is located at One CordeValle Club Drive in San Martin,
California, just south of San Jose, between Morgan Hill and Gilroy. In
addition to the championship golf course, the property features a
45-room Rosewood Resort, tennis center, full service spa, gourmet
restaurants, on-site winery and vineyard. Single and multiple day ticket
options are available at www.2016uswomensopen.com.
For more information on CordeValle, visit www.cordevallegolf.com.


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