The R&A has opened the ballot for tickets for The 151st Open at Royal Liverpool, which will remain open until after this year’s Championship at St Andrews.
Following the ballot for The 150th Open, The R&A decided to retain the process to try to ensure as many fans as possible have the chance to attend when the Championship returns to the historic Wirral links from 16-23 July 2023.
The ballot will close on Wednesday, 20 July with the results being announced by the end of September. It will only be open to members of The One Club, the free-to-join membership programme, fans can sign up to The One Club any time at www.TheOpen.com/ticket-ballot
This follows the unprecedented demand to attend The 150th Open, taking place in St Andrews next month. More than 1.3 million applications were received for tickets, and this led to the highest-ever number of general admission tickets being issued to fans from across the world, with a record-breaking 290,000 fans set to attend the milestone Championship.
The Open will be played at Royal Liverpool for the 13th time and the first since 2014, when Rory McIlroy lifted the famous Claret Jug.
Ticket prices will start from £95 (€110) for an adult on Championship days and from £25 (€29) on practice days. The R&A reinvests the revenues generated by The Open in growing golf around the world.