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The Open Packages 2019 (18-21 July 2019)


The 148th Open Championship in 2019 will be hosted by the world-class Royal Portrush, Northern Ireland. Being the first major championship hosted here since 1951, it is safe to say the club has been working tirelessly to bring a refreshed and upgraded experience to the professionals that will grace their fairways. We have some incredible Open packages to offer right in the middle of the excitement of the tournament and we are certainly looking forward to watching the worlds’ best fight it out to take home the all-important Claret Jug. The 2017 tournament bought an enthralling battle to the world of golf as Jordan Spieth displayed his true class and patience to come out victorious. Find out more below…

3* Weekend Package

From £359


Drinks reception & on site Golfbreaks.com representation
The Open 2019 Weekend pass
3 nights' B&B at Templeton Hotel
Transfers included

4* Weekday Package

From £695


Drinks reception & on site Golfbreaks.com representation
The Open 2019 Thursday & Friday ticket
3 nights' B&B at Hilton Belfast Templepatrick
Transfers included

4* Long Weekend Package

From £949


Drinks reception & on site Golfbreaks.com representation
The Open 2019 Friday ticket & weekend pass
4 nights' B&B at Hilton Belfast Templepatrick
Transfers included

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Royal Portrush Golf Club

Two new testing holes are fantastic additions to the Dunluce Course, and a variety of new bunkers have been scattered to keep the pros on their toes. Max Faulkner was victorious when the tournament was last on Irish soil and, with the current array of golfing talent, it is certainly an open field. Who do you think can hold their nerve under the westerly winds in Northern Ireland? The new 7th and 8th have been designed by Martin Ebert of Mackenzie & Ebert and feature a long par-5 and a 430-yard par-4 that requires a pin point tee shot with views overlooking the the ruins of Dunluce Castle.