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From £1175 excl. VAT per person

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The engraver's art is all about precision and the finest detail.

Engravers is one of our most exclusive fully inclusive premium experiences at The 153rd Open. Set against the stunning backdrop of Royal Portrush’s 1st hole, you and your guests will enjoy superb on-course views of the action as the world’s best start their round. Before or after your meal, you are ideally placed to get out amongst the crowd and walk the course. 

You and your guests will be treated to the finest cuisine throughout the day including a full Irish breakfast, four-course à la carte lunch and our traditional Open afternoon tea.

Hospitality at The Open

What To Expect?

  • Located against the stunning backdrop of Royal Portrush’s 1st hole
  • On-course views of the action from the private balcony
  • Q&A with past or present player
  • Parking pass (1 per 2 guests)
  • Official Open admission ticket with priority access
  • Access to walk the course
  • Souvenir programme and order of play
  • Full TV coverage of play
  • Air conditioning
  • Private restroom facilities within the pavilion
  • Welcome lounge and hospitality hosting staff
  • Private tables to suit your group size*
Hospitality at The Open
“Probably the most difficult name I ever had to tackle was Mark Calcavecchia at Troon. I made sure I checked that out a few times!” ALEX HARVEY, FORMER CLARET JUG MASTER ENGRAVER

Dining and Drinks

  • Your choice of plated breakfast served alongside warm pastries, seasonal fruits and freshly squeezed juices and the morning’s papers
  • Four-course à la carte lunch featuring local produce
  • 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
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