Would you like to be part of the 200,000+ spectators when The Open returns to Northern Ireland at Royal Portrush for the first time in almost 70-years? Well, look no further. Here at Golfbreaks.com we have you covered, with our bespoke Open Championship packages that include accommodation, transfers, an onsite concierge team and access to the Golfbreaks.com party.
The last time The Open was played at Royal Portrush in 1951, the only time it has ever been played outside England and Scotland, it was Englishman Max Faulkner who ended the week lifting the Claret Jug. Will it be another Englishman holding the Claret Jug aloft this time around, or can one of the US and International stars create their own piece of history? One thing is for sure, you don’t want to miss out on this incredible major championship. Find out more below…
With its casual and informal environment, this exclusive lounge alongside the 1st hole fairway, is a unique place to relax with guests and watch the world's best start their round from the lower balcony.
Situated alongside the 1st hole, you and your guests will view the players begin their round.
Award-winning chefs will be on hand to deliver the very best in Irish cuisine creating a premium grazing style menu which will be the perfect format for guests looking for somewhere to relax and refresh in-between watching the action. This informal style of hospitality provides an opportunity to move around the restaurant throughout the day without being restricted to one set location.
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.