Royal St. George’s has a unique place in golfing history. Set amidst the undulating dunes of Kent’s coastline, it was here – in the Garden of England – that The Open was first played outside Scotland in 1894. The club’s distinctive, thatched shelter huts date back to that time. They lend a charming air, but don’t be deceived – this is a links of great complexity, every hole runs in a different direction and crosswinds race over most of them.
This will be the 15th time Royal St. George’s has hosted The Open, with legends such as Sandy Lyle and Greg Norman both previous winners. The most recent champion to lift the Claret Jug here was Northern Ireland’s Darren Clarke in 2011.
The Open craftsmen and experts are the inspiration behind the hospitality experience for The 149th Open at Royal St. George’s. Divided into two tiers – Engravers and Scorers – each offers a unique way to enjoy the Championship. Together they cater to every taste and budget.
15-16 July 2021
Situated inside the popular Spectator Village, the Scorers Suite experience lends luxury to your day in a relaxed environment. Close to the famous yellow Open leaderboard on the 18th hole, you are in the thick of things with easy access to the course.
Enjoy the lively atmosphere of the private garden and watch events unfold on the TV screen. Keep one eye on the scores as you savour the bistro-style fare.From£375pp+vat