Hospitality experiences for The 151st Open at Royal Liverpool are now on general sale, allowing fans the opportunity to experience golf’s original championship in luxurious surroundings between the 16 – 23 July 2023.
Following unprecedented demand for Origins Hospitality at The 150th Open in St Andrews, interest in The 151st Open is expected to be high.
The Open returns to Royal Liverpool seven years after Rory McIlroy won the Claret Jug across the famed Wirral links, with official Origins Hospitality offering a unique way to enjoy the Championship.
Origins Hospitality currently offers three premium experiences: Champions, Engravers, and Scorers. Their roles central to the heritage and rich tradition of The Open and these unique experiences deliver world-class hospitality that caters to every taste and budget.
Hospitality experiences range from reserved seats at the 1st tee and 18th green grandstands, to the chance to meet players, enjoy an a la carte four-course meal and revel in unparalleled views over the course including the revered par-4, 16th hole.
Origins Hospitality experiences promise fans the world-class hospitality The Open is known for and following unprecedented demand for Origins Hospitality at The 150th Open in St Andrews, interest in The 151st Open is expected to be high.
Brett Tonkyn, Head of Hospitality at The R&A, said, “Our range of newly created hospitality experiences for The 151st Open are now on general sale and fans can book their place for the highly anticipated return of the championship to the North West of England.
From securing time with past and present players, through to behind-the-scenes experiences and even the opportunity to play the course following the Championship, the official hospitality packages offer an unrivalled way to experience The Open.
“After record-breaking hospitality sales for The 150th Open at St Andrews, we’re looking forward to providing even more fans of the sport the chance to experience the magic of golf’s original championship up close through the hospitality on offer at Royal Liverpool.”
Proceeds from The Open are invested into the growth and development of golf around the world, as part of The R&A’s commitment to invest £200 million into the sport over the next 10 years.
Aiming to increase participation and establish further opportunities for people to participate in golf regardless of age, demographics or ability, initiatives include coaching programmes, investment in playing facilities and equipment, golf events and projects promoting the health benefits of golf.
Official hospitality packages for The 151st Open can be purchased via TheOpen.com. Prices range from £250 to £6,300. Purchasing Origins Hospitality tickets is the only way to guarantee a place at The 151st Open, with tickets yet to be released.
For enquiries or further information please telephone +44 (0) 1334 460090 or email Hospitality@TheOpen.com.