2015 Open Championship Hospitality with John Daly
We're pleased to offer a unique experience to watch The 2015 Open Championship with John Daly. Your Golf Travel will be provide this opportunity to a limited number of guests on the final day of The Open Championship from the stunning surroundings of The Jigger Inn. As one of golf's most iconic 19th Holes, The Jigger has played host to many of the world's greatest golfers and on Sunday 19th July, it will welcome one of golf's best talents, John Daly. Daly who claimed the Claret Jug in 1995 on The Old Course at St Andrews, will provide a special opportunity for guests to not only meet the two-time Major Champion but also get insights into his life on tour within this intimate environment.
Space is very limited within this hospitality so please do book now to avoid disappointment.
• Inclusive of VIP Hospitality at The Jigger Inn, located on the 17th fairway of The Old Course
• John Daly Q&A
• Morning Coffee & Bacon Rolls
• Gourmet Buffet Lunch
• Afternoon Tea
• Complimentary Wine, Beer & Soft Drinks
• Open Championship Flag signed by John Daly
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About The Open at St Andrews
There are many venues in golf which have a special place in Major golf but it is the Old Course at St Andrews which tops the lists for most. With the likes of Bobby Jones, Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros and Tiger Woods all claiming victory in The Open at St Andrews, it is safe to presume that anyone winning here is in very elite company.
The most recent winner of The Open at St Andrews was South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen who triumphed by 7 shots for a total of -16 in changing conditions. The first round leader was a golfer many expect to win this year, Rory McIlroy. McIlroy's opening 63 certainly showed the quality which lead to him winning four majors even though an Open at St Andrews eluded him in 2010 many see him as the man to beat for 2015.
The course has been lengthened in recent years to provide a Major test for the world's best with the course now measuring in excess of 7,200 against its par of 72. While the wind will no doubt play a key factor at St Andrews, a little bit of local knowledge will go along way in the final stretch of holes which include the game changing 17th known simply as Road.