Royal St. George's is the most famous English venue for The Open Championship, yet it often gets lost in the shuffle when discussing courses that offer golfers the biggest challenge.
While St. Andrews and Muirfield are the courses usually associated with The Open, Royal St. George's has a long and storied history with golf's oldest Major Championship.
There is no better way to experience The 149th Open at Royal St. George's than with on-course hospitality, and there's no more premier hospitality option in 2020 than Champions.
With The 148th Open at Royal Portrush now in the books, we're looking ahead to what The Open has in store for 2020.
For the 15th time in history, The Open Championship is headed to Royal St. George's Golf Club.
The time and place were set for history at Royal Portrush and Ireland's Shane Lowry delivered.
For the first time since 1951, The Open is returning to the Dunluce Links at Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland.
With two PGA Championships and U.S. Opens under his belt, Brooks Koepka continues his quest for a Major Grand Slam at The Open 2019 at Royal Portrush.
For the first time since 2011, The Open is returning to Royal St. George's in Kent, England in 2020. Known as the world’s oldest golf tournament, The Open provides a golfing experience that is hard to beat. When looking to attend such an event, the process of buying tickets can be stressful and difficult to feel you are getting the most out of your purchase. So how can you ensure that you are elevating your golf spectating experience with your purchase to The Open 2020?