Enjoy The 150th Open within luxurious surroundings

Arguably the most famous 19th hole in the world. The Jigger Inn will offer a truly unique experience at The 150th Open. This historic building is older than The Open itself, when it was the stationmaster's lodge, and the history and heritage lives on today. 

You can "own" a piece of history at this landmark Championship and be in a prime position to watch the world's best players strike their second shot to the shallow green, protected by the cavernous Road Hole bunker on the famous 17th "Road Hole" on the Old Course. 

With over 10 hours of fully inclusive hospitality, The Jigger Inn offers the perfect mix of business and world-class sport.

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JIGGER INN AT THE OPEN Hospitality gallery

Benefits

  • General Admission ticket to The 150th Open with Fast Track entrance
  • Located next to the famous 17th "Road Hole"
  • Private garden area with outdoor seating
  • Parking pass (18 car park passes per day or two mini-bus/coach passes)
  • Full TV coverage of play throughout the Jigger Inn
  • Private restroom facilities
  • Informal unreserved seating inside and outside for your guests
  • Private Hire Only for maximum of 36 guests seated inside*
  • Available for all four Championship days only

*Can be extended to suit group size (at additional cost) 

Rory McIlroy Great Open Rounds
“Overall it was a fantastic experience. It's hard to think how it could be improved. The hospitality area was a huge bonus having somewhere on the course to view the action.” Hospitality attendee at the 147th open

Dining and Drinks

  • Breakfast rolls on arrival completed with juices, teas and coffees 
  • Pub lunch serving wholesome hearty favourites
  • A selection of savoury snacks in the afternoon with coffee and cake 
  • Full complimentary bar including wines, beers, house spirits and soft drinks
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