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The Open 2021
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Exclusive Experiences for The Open at Royal St George's including tickets, hotels & golf

(15th - 18th July 2021)

Packages | Tournament Schedule | Hospitality

In light of the R&A’s announcement that the 149th Open at Royal St George’s will now take place in July 2021, our Open Championship Customer Experience Team will soon be in touch with all customers who have a current booking to ensure a seamless transition is made.


You are booking with a golfing expert, your golf consultant will tailor your experience perfectly to ensure a memorable visit to The Open

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Exclusive Experiences
Exclusive Experiences

Whether it is playing other courses on The Open rota prior, meeting former players or enjoying luxury hospitality.

Exclusive Open Experiences
YGT Party
The YGT Open Party

An exclusive invitation to Your Golf Travel clients to attend our Open Party including a guest speaker.

YGT Party
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Why book your Open Championship experience with Your Golf Travel

On-site concierge

On-site concierge

Whether it is securing a restaurant reservation, organising a last-minute round of golf or assisting with travel arrangements, our team will be on hand to help during your time at The Open.

The Open Experience

Make your own experience

For many golfers they will enjoy our Open experiences as they are, we always enjoy putting together bespoke itineraries to make your trip as perfect as it can be.

Access to top golf courses

Play the local golf courses

A great tip for those booking early is to include a round at some of the local courses around The Open venue

Featured experiences for The 149th Open Championship at Royal St George's

Weekend Rounds - Canterbury

Authorised Open Provider
  • Fri-Sun Tournament Tickets
  • 4 Nights Bed & Breakfast
  • Daily return transfers to The Open
  • Private Party on Friday evening with Your Golf Travel & past player
  • YGT Event staff onsite to assist
From £1349
(based on 2 sharing a twin or double room)

Tournament Experience - Deal

Authorised Open Provider
  • Friday - Sunday Tournament Tickets
  • 4 Nights Bed & Breakfast
  • Daily return transfers to The Open
  • Private Party on Friday evening with Your Golf Travel & past player
  • YGT Event staff onsite to assist
From £1199
(based on 2 sharing a twin or double room)

The 149th Open Championship at Royal St George's

July 2021
Key: Practice Round Tournament

We are pleased to offer a host of experiences for The Open including Tickets, Hospitality, hotels and golf.

Your Golf Travel's experiences for The Open in 2021 are located within nearby locations including Canterbury and Ramsgate.

Hospitality at The 149th Open Championship at Royal St George's

Hospitality experiences at Royal St George's is divided into two tiers and takes inspiration from The Open expert craftsmen.

Engravers and Scorers cater for all tastes and budget by offering unique ways to enjoy the action while adding prestige and personality to the experience.

The Open 2021 Hospitality
The Open 2021 Hospitality

Engravers at The Open

Engravers offers an exclusive and polished experience, situated at the heart of the action overlooking the tricky Par 3 16th hole that cost Thomas Bjørn the 2003 title and where Tom Watson managed an ace in 2011.

You and your guests will be treated to the finest cuisine throughout the day including mid-morning champagne and canapés and a four-course à la carte lunch.

Engravers Hospitality
Located overlooking Royal St George's challenging 16th hole
VIP Parking pass (1 per 2 guests)
Official Open admission ticket with Fast Track entrance
Souvenir programme and Order of Play
Full TV coverage of play
Private decking area to view all the action.
Air conditioning
Private restroom facilities within the pavilion
Welcome lounge and hospitality hosting staff
Private tables to suit your group size
Full English breakfast, warm pastries, fruit, smoothies and the morning’s papers
Champagne and canapé reception
Four-course a la carte lunch featuring local produce and signature wines
Full complimentary bar throughout the day, including fine wines, beer, Champagne, house spirits and soft drinks
Afternoon Tea served as your group returns from the course.

Scorers at The Open

Situated close to the the famous yellow leaderboard on the 18th hole, inside the popular Spectator Village, Scorers offers luxury and relaxation with easy access to the course.

Choose to watch the action unfold on the TV screens in the private garden or upgrade to Scorers Premium for your own private table, available for up to 10 guests per table.

Scorers Hospitality
Located a short walk from the 1st and 18th holes.
Parking pass (1 per 4 guests)
Official Open admission ticket with Fast Track entrance
Full TV coverage of play
Private garden area
Welcome desk with experienced hostesses
Private restroom facilities
Breakfast rolls and a selection of pastries with tea, coffee and juices.
Chefs serving a variety of hearty classics from a central station during lunch
Official Open admission ticket with Fast Track entrance
Light afternoon snacks
Complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks

Caddies at The Open

Situated on a lower level private balcony of the Origins Pavilion, overlooking the 16th green, Caddies provides informal style with a comfortable base whilst still offering a host of premium benefits.

The delicious grazing buffet allows the flexibility to watch the action from the course or when hunger strikes watch from the balcony.

Caddies Hospitality
Located alongside the 16th hole.
Private lower level balcony
VIP Parking pass (1 per 4 guests)
Official Open admission ticket with Fast Track entrance
Full TV coverage of play
Air conditioning
Private restroom facilities
Dedicated hospitality staff
Premium grazing style menu featuring local produce and signature wines
Lounge buffet designed to provide flexible dining throughout the day, serving breakfast, lunch and afternoon treats
Full complimentary bar, including fine wines, beer, Champagne, house spirits and soft drinks

About Royal St George's

Perched upon the towering sand dunes, overlooking Sandwich Bay, Royal St George’s is a masterpiece of English golf. It seems as though the ground it is built upon was made for spectacular golf courses, with Princes and Royal Cinque Ports, both also Open hosts, flowing over the same dramatic stretch of Kent coast. The layout at Royal St George’s, known by many as ‘Sandwich’, is among the best the best links designs in the world.

Each and every hole on this epic course presents a unique challenge, with a host of features that contribute the character of the place, including the deepest bunker in the UK on the par-4 4th. It is that character that makes both professionals and amateurs alike fall in love with Royal St George’s, undoubted one of the best venues to host the Open Championship. After hosting the prestigious tournament 14 times, the course has become a bucket list play for many golfers and was listed at 22nd on Golf Digest’s ‘World 100 Greatest Golf Courses’ 2018.

Past Open Championships at Royal St George's

As the fourth most used venue in the illustrious history of The Open Championship, Royal St George’s has seen many of golf’s greatest players battle it out upon its legendary dunes. The history of The Open at Sandwich dates back over a century, to when it was first played there in 1894, back then it was known just as ‘St George’s’ before gaining royal patronage in 1902.

Between the two World Wars, in 1922 and 1928, Royal St George’s saw the rise of Walter Hagen, as he came across from America to win the Claret Jug both times. Years later, in 1985, the now historic links witnessed Sandy Lyle become the first Scotsman to win The Open in over 50 years. The next time the tournament came to the dunes at St George’s was in 1993 when Greg ‘The Shark’ Norman won his second, and final, major championship.

The most recent and perhaps most famous Open Championship to be held at Royal St George’s was in 2011. The fan favourite Northern Irishman, Darren Clarke, battled the conditions in Sandwich Bay and managed to maintain his form through all four rounds, leading to a surprising and memorable victory for the then 42-year-old. The world best again head to the legendary links of St George’s in 2021, when it will host its 15th Open Championship.

About The Open

Golf's oldest Major Championship is regarded by many as the most prized title to claim. Since starting in 1860, The Open has been played at 14 different courses ranging from Prince's in Kent, which has held The Open just once, in 1932, to The Old Course at St Andrews which has held a record 29 championships since it's first in 1873. The championship differs from the other 3 Major Championships in that it has always been contested over links golf courses. These fast running layouts can provide huge drama with the requirement for shot making imperative to navigate across the humps, hollows and pot bunkers which line the playing surfaces. The additional factor, which has been associated with many Open Championships, is the Great British weather. Whether this is the incredible events which took place during The Duel in Sun at Turnberry with stunning weather and unforgettable golf by Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus, or it is the strong winds and rain that tested the world's best against the likes of Royal Birkdale or Muirfield.

With some of the best ever players amongst those who have claimed The Claret Jug, The Open is a tournament woven into the game's rich tapestry. Whether it is Harry Vardon, the man who made the overlap grip so popular it carries his name, with his record 6 victories or the scenes at Royal Birkdale in 1976 which launched the great Seve Ballesteros to the forefront of world golf, there are so many memories and shots that have contributed so greatly to the game's history. Famous golfers who have claimed the title include record Major winner, Jack Nicklaus who not only achieved 3 victories but also a record 7 runners-up spots, or Bobby Jones who in claiming his 3rd Open in 1930 was able to complete the Grand Slam of both Amateur and Open Championship in Great Britain as well as victories in The US Open and US Amateur, this feat has never been matched.

Open Championship Courses

Course No. of Open's Par Yardage
Old Course, St Andrews 29 72 7,305
Muirfield 16 71 7,245
Carnoustie 8 71 7,421
Royal Troon 9 71 7,208
Trump Turnberry (Ailsa) 4 70 7,211
Prestwick 24 71 6,908
Royal St Georges 14 70 7,204
Royal Liverpool 12 72 7,312
Royal Birkdale 10 72 6,817
Royal Lytham & St Anne's 11 70 7,118
Royal Cinque Ports 2 72 7,006
Princes Golf Club 1 72 7,228 (Shore & Dunes)
Royal Portrush 2 72 7,143