Make sure you're in with a shout of being at Royal Liverpool
Read on to find out how to get 2023 Open tickets, but first…
When is the 2023 Open?
The 151st Open Championship returns to Royal Liverpool Golf Club from July 16-23, 2023. It will be the 13th time the Open the Wirral golf course has hosted The Open.
Rory McIlroy was crowned Champion Golfer of the Year the last time out at Hoylake, lifting the Claret Jug in 2014, and if you’re looking to be there among the stars, you’ve come to the right place.
How to get 2023 Open tickets
As with the 150th Open at St Andrews in 2022, a ballot for tickets will be held for the 151st Open at Royal Liverpool in July 2023.
The ballot opens on June 21, 2022 and ticket prices will range from £95 to £115 on championship days and between £25 to £50 on practice days. Free tickets will continue to be available for children, while those aged 16 to 24 will be able to buy at half price.
Is there anything that can help my chances?
For the best chance to secure tickets, your best bet is to join the Open’s One Club.
Members of the One Club get priority tickets at Royal Liverpool.
There are a number of other benefits to joining the One Club, including exclusive access to competitions, promotions, and content.
What about hospitality packages?
There are a number of different levels of hospitality available. The R&A introduced Origins for 2021 at Royal St George’s and will continue in 2022 and ’23. These are new hospitality experiences they say are “inspired by the Open craftsmen and experts”.
Divided into six fully-inclusive travel packages – Champions, Engravers, Origin Suites, Caddies, Scorers Premium and Scorers – each offers a unique way to enjoy the Open.
“Together they cater to every taste and budget,” they say.
The Scorers packages begin from £275 per person while at the other end, the Champions package starts at £1,500 per person.