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The Open

We are delighted that The Open are our Business of the Month for January 2023. Witness the world’s best players battle it out on the unrelenting Hoylake links for the title of Champion Golfer of the Year.

Rory McIlroy lifted the Claret Jug the last time The Open was held at Royal Liverpool in 2014. The course will stage the Championship for the 13th time in 2023.

Two of the three amateurs who have won The Open were Hoylake members: John Ball and Harold Hilton. The other amateur winner, Bobby Jones, won his third Open at Hoylake, an event which was the second of four steps in his unmatched Grand Slam.

Lying at the very heart of golfing history, Royal Liverpool’s complex links first hosted The Open in 1897, where legends such as Bobby Jones and Tiger Woods lifted the Claret Jug.

Don’t let its appearance at first glance fool you. This links makes the trickiest demands of player’s shot selection, distance control and accuracy. Witness the world’s best players battle it out on the unrelenting Hoylake links for the title of Champion Golfer of the Year.

With Origins, you and your guests can enjoy over 10 hours of world-class action and premium hospitality. Making your day at The Open one to remember for a lifetime. Divided into five fully-inclusive experiences – ChampionsEngraversCaddiesScorers Premium and Scorers – each offering a unique way to enjoy the Championship. Together they cater to every taste and budget.

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