THE OPEN RETURNS TO ROYAL PORTRUSH IN 2019

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The Open will return to Northern Ireland for the first time in almost 70 years in 2019.

The Open is one of the world’s greatest sporting events and in 2019 golf’s original championship will make an historic return to Northern Ireland for the first time in almost 70 years when it is played at Royal Portrush in 2019.

There have been a record number of enquiries over the last 10 months for one of the most eagerly anticipated Open Championships and thousands of fans are expected to descend on the beautiful Causeway Coast for a true festival of golf in what will be the biggest sporting event to ever have been held in this part of Northern Ireland.

There is no better way to enjoy the spectacle than in the luxurious surroundings of the official hospitality facilities. Whether you’re strengthening existing relationships, forging new ones or want to enhance your experience at the Championship, you and your valued guests can share in the excitement and drama of this prestigious occasion with over 10 hours of fully inclusive packages.

With the excitement already building, the first tickets to be released for The 148th Open are expected to sell out quickly as excited fans purchase their ticket to world class golf from a range of first class hospitality facilities.

Early season prices for all of The Open Hospitality experiences, including The Champions ClubThe Claret Jug Pavilion and The Claret Jug Suites, are now available and will end on Wednesday 31st October 2018.

You can take advantage of these early season prices now from just £375 ex VAT per person at TheOpen.com/Hospitality2019 and secure your place at golf’s oldest Championship.

Don’t miss out on attending The 148th Open in style, act fast and get in touch with by calling 0044 1334 460010 or emailing Hospitality@TheOpen.com

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