Early season pricing for The 146th Open ends February 28
Golf’s most prestigious championship returns to the magnificent links at Royal Birkdale - arguably The Open’s best viewing course – from 16-23 July, 2017. Sports fans can take advantage of the best pricing for The 146th Open by securing their place before February 28.
Henrik Stenson is set to defend the title he won in exhilarating fashion last year following a gripping duel with Phil Mickelson, while Olympic gold medallist Justin Rose will look to become the first English player in 25 years to lift the iconic Claret Jug. The Championship will bring together the world’s top players along with the sport’s rising stars, all competing to be crowned Champion Golfer of the Year.
Adult daily tickets are available from £15 for Practice Days (16-19 July) and £60 for Championship Days (20-23 July). Fans will also enjoy £5 off the price of their ticket if they purchase with a Mastercard – the official card of The Open.
A limited number of Twilight Tickets are also available, providing access to the evening action from 4:00 pm onward on Thursday and Friday of the Championship for only £25.
For under-25s, Youth Tickets are available at a reduced price and The R&A is once again providing free camping accommodation for Youth Ticket holders. More information about camping accommodation can be found here.
The Open’s famous ‘Kids Go Free’ policy returns for 2017, providing free admission to children under the age of 16 and allowing the next generation of golf fans the opportunity to walk alongside golf’s biggest stars.
A limited number of official hospitality packages are also available providing the very best on-course locations to experience The 146th Open, including the exclusive Claret Jug Pavilion at Royal Birkdale’s first tee and the stylish, relaxed atmosphere of the Champions Club. Early season pricing for all hospitality experiences ends on 31 January. For more information visit TheOpen.com/Hospitality
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