Women’s Open tickets,
volunteer spots going fast
Volunteer positions are filling fast for the 67th U.S.
Women’s Open Championship at Blackwolf Run in
Kohler, but tickets are available now for those who
missed their chance to volunteer.
The championship, which was also played at Blackwolf Run in 1998, is scheduled for July 5-8, 2012.
In early October, fewer than 200 of the more than
2,000 original volunteer positions for the Women’s
Open remained to be filled.
Kohler Co. is offering a special U.S. Women’s Open
ticket deal as the holidays approach. For every two
Championship and/or Trophy Club badges purchased,
families will also receive two adult commemorative
championship logoed caps as well as two junior caps.
Juniors 17 years and younger will be admitted to the
championship free of charge if accompanied by a
PGA Head Golf Professional
Geneva National GC
Blackwolf Run in Kohler will host the
2012 U.S. Women’s Open.
Tickets begin at $15 for practice rounds and $45 for
championship rounds. A Championship Badge, costing
$150, allows access to the course all week, from Monday, July 2 through Sunday, July 8. Trophy Club tickets,
which provide prime viewing of the final three holes
during the championship, cost $90. And a Trophy Club
Badge, including grounds access all week, runs $275.
For information on the remaining few volunteer
positions or tickets for the U.S. Women’s Open, visit
Pewaukee resident Mark Reinemann
has been nominated to join the United
States Golf Association executive committee. The USGA announced the
slate of nominees in October.
The 15-person committee, including
the 54-year-old Reinemann, will be
voted on as a group on Feb. 4 at the
USGA’s annual meeting in Houston.
When confirmed, Reinemann will become the fifth Wisconsinite to serve on