Montgomery County Golf Course Selected as Qualifying Site for U.S. Open

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The local qualifying event in Montgomery County for the U.S. Open will be held on May 6 at Union League Liberty Hill in Lafayette Hill.
Image via Union League Liberty Hall website.
The local qualifying event in Montgomery County for the U.S. Open will be held on May 6 at Union League Liberty Hill in Lafayette Hill.

The United States Golf Association has chosen three Pennsylvania golf courses as local qualifying sites for the 124th U.S. Open Championships and one of them is in Montgomery County, writes Amber Charnoff for abc27 News.

The local qualifying event in Montgomery County will be held on May 6 at Union League Liberty Hill in Lafayette Hill.

The club features an 18-hole course designed by Gary Player featuring large fairways and greens with beautiful water features across 311 acres.

Prior to that on May 2, there will be local qualifying events at the Country Club of York in York and Sewickley Heights Golf Club in Sewickley Heights.

The local qualifying events consist of 18 holes across 109 sites in the United States and Canada. They will all take place between April 22 and May 20.

Those who advance will then compete against locally exempt players in the final qualifying round which will be 36 holes.

Read more about the U.S. Open and Union League Liberty Hill in Montgomery County at Newsbreak.

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Editor’s Note: This post first appeared on MONTCO Today in February 2024.

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