Enjoy over 12 hours of the best sporting entertainment at The 147th Open at Carnoustie
Thursday 19th - Sunday 22nd July
The world's best players will compete over the historic links of Carnoustie in The 147th Open. Over the weekend the Championship will build to a climax with the Champion Golfer of the Year lifting the Claret Jug on Sunday.
Carnoustie has a history of drama with the past three Opens held on the Angus links ending with a playoff. Padraig Harrington won in 2007, Paul Lawrie in 1999 and Tom Watson in 1975.
Sunday 15th - Wednesday 18th July
The world's best golfers will be preparing themselves for The 147th Open at Carnoustie during the practice days. As well as thorough preparations players will take opportunity to sign autographs and interact with the fans.
Watch Champion Golfers Jordan Spieth, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson as they fine tune their game. Spectators have access to the Spectators Village including the Merchandise tent.
Carnoustie and the surrounding area has an extensive selection of accommodation from five-star hotels to guest houses and welcoming B&Bs.
Stay at The Open is the Official Open Accommodation Bureau managing the accommodation service offering tailored solutions for spectators.
The Open Camping Village is located close to Carnoustie Golf Links making it the easiest and most affordable option for spectators to enjoy the full Open experience.
Adult Ticket holders can stay at the camping village from £40 per night and Youth Ticket holders are eligible to camp for FREE*. Juniors with valid U16's Kids go Free tickets are also eligible to stay for free with an accompanying Adult Ticket holder.
Carnoustie is located Northeast of Dundee on the Angus coast. It is anticipated that given the high number of spectators attending The 147th Open at Carnoustie, the surrounding road network will be busy. To ensure the best possible flow of traffic, the local roads authorities and police are urging all motorists to use the designated traffic routes. Daily Public Car Parking, payable in advance or on arrival, will cost £10.00 from Sunday 15 to Tuesday 17 July and £15.00 from Wednesday 18 to Sunday 22 July.
Scotrail will be providing an enhanced train service for The Open with regular hourly rail services from Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow Queen Street stopping at Carnoustie station. Local bus services will also link from Scotland's major cities into Carnoustie with timetables confirmed in late Spring.