About The Open Experiences

Since its inaugural playing in 1860, The Open Championship has been the arena for golf’s greatest feats and defining moments - giving the sport’s oldest Major Championship a life of its own.

The Open Experiences promises to honor that legacy and celebrate the present by offering Official Experience Packages to The Open, providing guests with The Ultimate Open Experience. Packages include full grounds pass access to the course, premium hospitality, exclusive insider extras and much more.

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Learn about The Open Experiences from those that have attended golf’s only international Major with an Official Experience Package. Check out their stories and feedback below.

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Past Events

2019
Royal Portrush - County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Irish golfer Shane Lowry took home the Claret Jug at The 148th Open in an unforgettable scene at Royal Portrush. Tom Watson returned once against to hospitality to interact with guests of The Open Experiences.
2018
Carnoustie - Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland
This was the first year that The Open Experiences offered exclusive access to The Open Championship. Hospitality featured Tom Watson, insider experiences and tours and much more.
2017
Royal Birkdale - Southport, Merseyside, England
Royal Birkdale hosted its 10th Open Championship as Jordan Spieth added a second Major Championship to his resume and the Claret Jug to his trophy cabinet.
2016
Royal Troon - Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland
Henrik Stenson became the first Scandinavian to win a Major Championship after shooting an immaculate 20-under par at The 145th Open.
2015
St. Andrews - St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland
Zach Johnson ousted Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman in a four-hole playoff to win The 144th Open Championship. This was the 29th Open to be played at St. Andrews.
2014
Royal Liverpool - Hoylake, Wirral, England
Northern Ireland icon Rory McIlroy claimed the Claret Jug at The 143rd Open, becoming the first European to win three different Major Championships.
2013
Muirfield - Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland
Phil Mickelson claimed Major Championship No.5 by ousting the competition by three strokes at The 142nd Open. ‘Lefty’ made the comeback after starting the final round five strokes behind the leader.

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