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2023 U.S. Senior Open Championship

SentryWorld is proud to host the 43rd U.S. Senior Open Championship from June 29–July 2, 2023. This is the first Senior Open and third USGA championship to be played on our 200-acre parkland course in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

“The U.S. Senior Open is undoubtedly among the most prestigious golf events in the world,” said Mike James, general manager of SentryWorld and vice president of Sentry Services. “With the help of state and local leaders and business and community partners, SentryWorld will provide a world-class experience and environment for players, officials, and fans alike.”

SentryWorld—Wisconsin’s first destination golf course—was developed by Sentry Insurance in 1982 as part of a sports complex that now includes indoor tennis courts, a boutique hotel, banquet space, and restaurants. The 7,320-yard championship golf course was originally designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., who redesigned it in 2013 with on-course architects Bruce Charlton and Jay Blasi. In 2021, Jones and Charlton further renovated the course in preparation for the U.S. Senior Open.

Are you ready to witness history?
The U.S. Senior Open Championship is open to male golfers age 50 and older with a Handicap Index® not exceeding 3.4. Notable U.S. Senior Open champions include Arnold Palmer (1981), Gary Player (1987, 1988), Jack Nicklaus (1991, 1993), and Wisconsin’s own Steve Stricker (2019). Join us to see who’ll take home the Francis D. Ouimet Memorial Trophy in 2023.
US Senior Open and SentryWorld
“We look forward to hosting, entertaining, and welcoming countless new visitors to the Badger State.” — Gov. Tony Evers
Championship mission statement
SentryWorld and the 2023 U.S. Senior Open Championship will provide a world-class experience for the competitors, our corporate partners, and golf fans while showcasing our golf course and the central Wisconsin community to a worldwide audience. Additionally, the event will be a significant economic driver for the community, with an estimated financial impact of over $20 million.