THE OPEN 2023
The oldest and most prestigious major in the world
The Open 2023 will be played at Royal Liverpool Golf Club Hoylake, from July 16th to 23rd, 2023.
As every year, the best golf players in the world will challenge each other on the links, in what is undoubtedly the greatest challenge for a professional golfer, with everyone dreaming of lifting the coveted Claret Jug and being named “Champion Golfer of the Year” at some point in their lives.
Packages with tickets and Hospitality Vip for any day of the week, accommodation, transfers and the possibility to play at the best golf courses nearby, such as Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club and Royal Birkdale Golf Club, The Open venues.
What makes The Open so special?
As usual in all our trips, the experience can be completed by playing nearby courses such as Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club and Royal Birkdale Golf Club, venues of The Open.
Since 2010 our entire team has been working on site to offer you a first class experience during the week of the tournament.
We guarantee you tickets, VIP hospitality, accommodations, private transfers, green fees at nearby courses.
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Accommodation in Liverpool
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The Open 2023
Royal Liverpool Golf Club Hoylake is considered one of the best golf courses in the UK, has hosted The Open on multiple occasions, this edition will be the twelfth to be held at this legendary venue. Rory Mcllroy was the last to lift the Claret Jug in 2014.
Founded in 1869, it is the second oldest English club on the coast. It is popularly known as Hoylake, the name of the town in which it is located.
The Open 2023
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The Open 2023 tickets
Tickets for The Open 2023 are official and verified thanks to Lowgolf being one of the few Authorised Providers worldwide, guaranteeing your tickets and avoiding you having to resort to the ballot (lottery).
Frequently asked questions about The Open 2023
The Open has been played in its 150 year history at 14 links golf courses in the United Kingdom, known as “the courses of the rotation”. The venues in Scotland are Old Course St Andrews, Carnoustie, Muirfield, Royal Troon, Turnberry, Musselburgh, Prestwick. In England, Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool, Royal Lytham & St Annes, Royal St George’s, Prince’s and Royal Cinque Ports. In Northern Ireland, Royal Portrush.
The Open 2023 will be played at Royal Liverpool Golf Club Hoylake, the thirteenth time The Open will be played at this historic club. Founded in 1869, it is the second oldest English club on the coast. It is popularly known as Hoylake, the name of the town in which it is located.
The Open is played every year in the third week of July.
The English golfer Harry Vardon has won The Open the most times, 6 times, in 1896, 1898, 1899, 1903, 1911 and 1914.
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The Open history
The Open, formerly known as The Open Championship and British Open, is the oldest and most famous golf tournament in the world. It is now called a “Major“, along with The Masters, U.S. Open and PGA Championship.
It is held every year in the third week of July in some of the most prestigious clubs in the United Kingdom, the so-called rotation courses, links golf courses, whose main feature is that they are located in coastal areas.
The reason for which the first The Open was played was the search for the successor as “Champion of golf” of Allan Robertson who died in 1859, considered the first “great” of golf, who dominated the sport in the mid-nineteenth century.
The first edition of The Open was held on October 17, 1860 at Prestwick Golf Club, with the participation of 8 professionals who played 3 rounds in a single day, for a total of 36 holes since Prestwick Golf Club had only 12 holes.
The first winner was Willie Parker Sr., who won by 2 strokes over Old Tom Morris. The prize was the Challenge Belt, a belt with silver accents that he would enjoy until next year.
Tom Morris Jr won 1870 The Open for the third consecutive time, and permanently kept the Challenge Belt. As there was no prize for the winner, the 1871 edition was not played, returning to action in 1872, with a new trophy: the mythical Claret Jug.
Prestwick Golf Club directed the tournament between 1860 and 1870; from then on, it shared the responsibility with two other clubs, The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews and The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers. Since 1920 the organization has been the responsibility of The R&A.
The Open has only missed its annual date on 13 occasions, due to the lack of a trophy (1871), World War I (1915-1919), World War II (1940-1945) and the most recent due to the Covid-19 Pandemic (2020).
The Open latest winners
Since Ernie Els won at Royal Lytham & St. Annes in 2012 there have been many nationalities of winners and some precious stories like Shane Lowry‘s great victory at Royal Portrush after the best tournament in the world decided to return to Northern Ireland after 60 years. Here are the winners of the last decade.
150º The Open 2022
Old Course St. Andrews
149º The Open 2021
Royal St. George’s
148º The Open 2019
147º The Open 2018
146º The Open 2017
145º The Open 2016
🏴 Royal Troon
144º The Open 2015
🏴 Old Course St. Andrews
143º The Open 2014
🏴 Royal Liverpool
142º The Open 2013
141º The Open 2012
Royal Lytham & St. Annes