2021 U.S. Women's Open Championship
2021 USWO at The Olympic Club
With a rich golf history dating back to 1955, the United States Golf Association (USGA) and The Olympic Club are excited to bring to San Francisco the 76th U.S. Women’s Open Championship. The championship will be conducted June 3-6, 2021 and will be the first time in Olympic Club history the storied venue will host a USGA Women’s Championship.
2021 USWO Conversation with the Pros
Join us for virtual conversations with various professional golfers in the lead up to the 76th U.S. Women’s Open at The Olympic Club June 3-6, 2021! Moderated by Kay Cockerill (NBC Sports/Golf Channel commentator, former LPGA player and OC member), players will be discussing their careers, life on the LPGA Tour in 2020 and the historic impact of teeing it up on our famed Lake Course.
Lydia Ko & Ryu So-yeon
Lydia Ko & Ryu So-yeon
Yealimi Noh & Andrea Lee
Yealimi Noh & Andrea Lee
USGA On-Site Staff
Three representatives from the USGA will be stationed at Lakeside in the buildup to the 2021 U.S. Women’s Open.
As is customary in preparing to host such a prestigious event, this team will help provide on-site logistical support for USGA, while also helping to enhance the overall member experience at our Club. A big part of achieving that goal will be offering members exclusive volunteer opportunities.
The trio of employees our members will see most often include: Marisa Giglio (Manager, U.S. Open Championships), Taylor Clark (Coordinator, 2021 U.S. Women’s Open) and Sean Kerrigan (Coordinator, 2021 U.S. Women’s Open). You can read more about each individual below, and please be sure to introduce yourself the next time you see them at our Club!
Marisa Giglio, Manager, U.S. Open Championships
Marisa began her career with the USGA at the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay (University Place, WA) as the Operations Administrative Assistant. Shortly after the conclusion of the 2015 U.S. Open, Marisa was hired full-time by the USGA as the Championship Coordinator for the 2017 U.S. Open Championship at Erin Hills (Erin, WI).
During her two years in Wisconsin, her primary responsibilities was the overall management of the volunteer program including operational requirements, recruitment, committee assignments, scheduling and training of all 5,000 + volunteers.
After the conclusion of the 2017 U.S. Open, Marisa was appointed as the on-site lead for the Inaugural U.S. Senior Women’s Open held at Chicago Golf Club (Chicago, IL). While in Chicago, Marisa’s primary responsibilities included overseeing the volunteer program, supporting the development of the master site plan and permitting efforts, and assisting in the development of the public safety plan to include parking, transportation, security, fire and medical operations.
Following the conclusion of the Inaugural U.S. Senior Women’s Open Championship, Marisa was appointed to the Assistant Manager position for the 2019 U.S. Open Championship at Pebble Beach which included establishing relationships with local, state and federal governing and law enforcement agencies and assisting in the procurement of the public safety plan. In addition, Marisa assisted in the parking and transportation plan, and building host site and community relations.
At the conclusion of the 2019 U.S. Open, Marisa was appointed as Manager, U.S. Open Championships where she will assume the lead position for the execution of the 2021 U.S. Women’s Open Championship.
A native of Seattle, Washington, Marisa attended Pacific Lutheran University where she focused her studies on Business Administration with an emphasis on Marketing and Communications. Marisa is currently back in school this time focusing on Criminal Justice.
Sean Kerrigan, Operations Coordinator, 2021 USWO
Sean joined the USGA in 2018 and is currently the Operations Coordinator for the 2021 U.S Women’s Open at The Olympic Club. Previously Sean worked as an intern at the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open at the Country Club of Charleston focusing on operations, parking, transportation and public safety.
Sean began his career as an operations intern for the 2018 U.S. Women’s Open at Shoal Creek in Birmingham, Alabama. Sean is a native of Charlotte, NC who graduated from College of Charleston with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Following graduation, Sean spent time working in real estate and college athletics before returning to school to earn his master’s degree om Sports Management from The Citadel.
Sara Taylor, Championship Coordinator, 2021 USWO
Sara currently works as Championship Coordinator for the 2021 U.S. Women’s Open, focusing on player services. Sara joined the USGA in 2019 as a player services and volunteer intern for the U.S. Women’s Open at the Country Club of Charleston. Following the conclusion of the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open, Sara joined the 2020 U.S. Women’s Open team in Houston overseeing the player services program. Sara is a native of Boston, MA and graduated from the University of St Andrews (Scotland) with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations.
2021 USWO Executive Committee
The 2021 U.S. Women’s Open (USWO) is just under a year away. Excitement continues to build as the future of women’s golf continues to brighten as national and international stars emerge. To put on the best event possible, we have built a strong Executive Committee under the leadership of the General Chair, Erika Corradi, and Vice Chair, Dennis Herrera.
USGA News - 2021 USWO
By the time you’re reading this, The Olympic Club will be a short two months away from a seminal moment in our history. The significance of a private club the caliber of The Olympic Club hosting the U.S. Women’s Open (USWO) sets a tone for the future of women’s golf.
As we continue to countdown towards this year’s U.S. Women’s Open Championship, we wanted to provide an update on our volunteer program. Due to anticipated restrictions on the number of people who will be permitted onsite, and our commitment to prioritize onsite access to the membership, we have made the decision to limit our volunteer program to The Olympic Club members only.
Since making the decision to move the 2020 U.S. Women’s Open to December, the USGA and Champions Golf Club leadership have been working closely on planning a variety of scenarios to safely play the championship. While we are extremely grateful that we will be able to execute on an outstanding championship, out of an abundance of caution for health and safety, we have decided that only players, essential workers and volunteers will be permitted on-site, which means we are unable to accommodate fans. We will, however, be working closely with The Olympic Club to offer a variety of virtual and digital ways for you to be involved in this year’s championship without needing to be in Houston.