Royal St Georges selling out!

Tickets, Official Hospitality and Accommodation are already selling out. Official Hospitality is already very limited and selling out.

The fabulous new themed official  hospitality at Royal St Georges will offer you world beating facilities within the bounds of Royal St Georges famous links.

Make sure you are not disappointed for 2020 when The Open returns to Sandwich and the fabulous Royal St George’s Golf Club, Kent.

Get in touch now to secure your official hospitality. Accommodation and travel packages are also available.

 

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Sell out for Royal Portrush

All tickets and official hospitality sold out in record time for Royal Portrush, July 2019. The majority of facilities were sold by late August 2018 setting a record.

Make sure you are not disappointed for 2020 when The Open returns to Sandwich and the fabulous Royal St George’s Golf Club, Kent.

Get in touch now to secure your official hospitality. Accommodation and travel packages are also available.Origins_Scorers_logo

VIP travel

VIP Travel, accommodation and ticket packages are once again available for The Open. These packages offer the discerning traveller a luxury choice to enjoy The Open without the hassle. Simply select your package and leave the rest to The Official Open Golf Hospitality Club.

If you are travelling from the US, Rest of the world or Europe why not contact us and let us take care of your flight and travel arrangements. Best prices are guaranteed and with all the arrangements being handled on your behalf what’s not to like?

Contact us with your requirements.

Unofficial hospitality

Buyer Beware!

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Every year we are contacted by company representatives who have purchased a discount deal for The Open Championship and then realise they have been duped. Victims of a scam.

The spiel goes “Last table for 10 persons at The Open just £3000 if you confirm today”. Sounds good? Perhaps not. Around three to four weeks prior to the Open, once all your guests have confirmed, you suddenly get a sinking feeling in your gut as you call the company to get further information on the package.

You can end up with one or more of the following –

(i) total loss of money as the company has mysteriously ceased trading two weeks prior to the Open

(ii) a request for a further £2000 as they forgot to tell you the package didn’t include admission badges and the cost of the drinks

(iii) you receive your tickets and badges but on arrival with your valued clients, you find you are in a second-rate tent in a farmer’s field some two miles walk from the golf course. Very embarrasing.

These are just some of the ‘bad news’ stories we hear every year. Don’t  be disappointed, book your hospitality in the official tented village. The prices are set and everything you and your guests require is included in the package.

I suppose the maxim is if it sounds too good for the price it’s probably a scam.

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Rory regrets?

Rory McIlroy admits he was “somewhat proven wrong” in his belief that golf would not be a success at Rio 2016.

McIlroy, 27, was among several major players who withdrew 1from the tournament over concerns about the Zika virus.

He had also criticised golf’s place at the Olympics, saying he would not even watch the tournament on TV.

But following the event’s success, he said: “There was more people at the golf events than there was at the athletics. It was good to see.”

The Zika virus, which has been linked to brain defects in newborn babies, led to McIlroy – and others – pulling out.

But he went on to say players did not see the Olympics as the “pinnacle”, and that he would only watch the “stuff that matters” – such as the athletics and swimming – when following the Olympics on television.