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Open Championship venues

Golf’s oldest Major is associated with so many iconic moments and attracts millions of viewers across the globe as the UK’s crisp links are put on show.

Whilst eyes are drawn to the likes of The Old Course at St Andrews, many golf courses have contributed to the rich history, like breathtaing Prince’s in Kent and Prestwick where The Open began in 1860.

"The passion of the Northern Irish people and their hunger for this tournament to return after 68 years has all of the ingredients for one of the greatest ever Opens." Nick Dougherty on the 148th Open at Royal Portrush.

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Open Championship venues around the UK and Ireland

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Scotland

Open Championship venues

Prestwick and The Old Course at St Andrews boasts more than 50 Open Championships between them so when it comes to The Open, Scotland is very much its capstone. Whether it is Sir Nick Faldo’s 18 pars at Muirfield, Henrik Stenson’s record victory at Royal Troon or Tiger Woods’ incredible victories at St Andrews in 2000 and 2005, an Open in Scotland is one that is guaranteed to provide drama and script an iconic moment in golf.

Scotland the scene of the start of The Open but also very much the scene of the future. With a vast array of golf courses to enjoy from the test of Carnoustie to the views of Turnberry, it isn’t a choice of if but when.

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England

Open Championship venues

With just one golf course on The Open Championship Rota South of Liverpool, Royal St George's holds the title of most Open’s held in England. Hot on its heels is Royal Liverpool or Hoylake which has held 12 Open Championships where it’s most recent winners were Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy.

Those seeking a trip back in time to earlier Open Championships should be sure to check out Royal Cinque Ports and Prince’s in Kent. Royal Cinque Ports is a stern test of golf with a rich history not only of the professional but also the amateur side of the game. Prince’s with its 27 holes of golf and onsite hotel make it an amazing place to spend a great golf weekend.

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Northern Ireland

Open Championship venues

There is just one golf course which has featured on The Open Championship Rota and it is one of the most revered in the world. Portrush, the self-proclaimed, Major Golf Capital of The World, has been home to Fred Daly, Darren Clarke and Graeme McDowell is a stunning place to enjoy a golfing adventure. Whether it is the visually stunning Harry Colt designed Dunluce golf course at Royal Portrush or venturing into the bustling town centre complete with great bars and restaurants, a weekend here playing a golf course of this quality is a trip thousands repeat each and every year.

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Royal St George's

149th Open

Royal St George’s is a masterpiece of English golf so much so, that it is hosting The Open for the 15th time. Join us in cheering on golf's best players battling for the win along the dramatic stretch of Kent's coast.

It's an easily accessible destination to visit from all over the UK and Ireland so is the perfect opportunity to watch the event live and tick it off your bucketlist.

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St Andrews

150th Open

Known as the home of golf, it is only fitting that the Old Course at St Andrew's is hosting the 150th anniversary of the prestigious event in July 2022. Join us in celebrating the history of The Open, the 1st ever Major Championship, in Scotland.

We can organise your tickets, accommodation, hospitality and even a few rounds of your own.