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2025 Open Championship tickets

How to get tickets for the 2025 Open at Royal Portrush

The R&A has released all the information you need to get tickets for next year’s Open Championship at Royal Portrush…

 

The ballot for tickets to the 2025 Open Championship at Royal Portrush will open on July 1.

Running until July 31, fans can submit ticket applications with results being announced during August and September, with all having a fair opportunity to attend the event in Northern Ireland.

The ballot is available exclusively to members of the One Club which is a free-to-join digital membership programme that fans can sign up to at any time. One Club members are the first to be notified when the ballot is open, and they can also upgrade to One Club Advantage for an enhanced chance of success.

The Open was last held at Royal Portrush in 2019 when Shane Lowry won the Claret Jug in front of his home crowd. The 2019 Open set a record for attendance for the tournament outside of St Andrews with 237,750 fans present throughout the week.

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“The return of The Open to Royal Portrush in 2019 was a huge success and demonstrated the incredible passion that exists for golf throughout the island of Ireland. We are anticipating, yet again, record-breaking demand among fans to attend the Championship next year,” said R&A CEO Martin Slumbers.
 
“The ticket ballot has proven to be the fairest and most equitable way of allocating tickets and so we are encouraging fans to register this July in order to secure their place at The Open and ensure that they are part of a true celebration of golf. We are looking forward to holding another historic Championship and welcoming them to Royal Portrush next year.”

Ticket prices for the 153rd Open will start from £100 for an adult on championship days and £25 on practice days. Free tickets will be available through the ‘Kids go Free’ programme, while half-price youth tickets are available for 16-24-year-olds.

“I’m excited that The Open is returning to Royal Portrush. Becoming The Open Champion in 2019 was one of my career highlights to date and I am looking forward to playing the course again next summer. The atmosphere in 2019 was something that I will never forget and I’ve no doubt that it will be the same for The 153rd Open next year,” Lowry said.

The Open at Portrush next year will be played from July 13-20, 2025.

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