The British Open
History. Class. Drama. The Open Championship is the oldest of the majors and the only one that takes place outside the US. The legacy of links golf on its home turf can be felt throughout the tournament, and the walk up the grandstand to the clubhouse after the tense 18th, is the stuff of legend. 2020 sees The Open return to Royal St George’s, on the gorgeous Kent coast, nine years since Darren Clarke lifted the Claret Jug and became Champion Golfer of the Year.
Just an hour and a half from central London, lies the quaint town of Sandwich. With its medieval buildings and proximity to the sea, it’s a fabulous place to explore. Think independent shops, cosy pubs and twisting little streets. Plus, it’s a paradise for nature lovers with coastal walks and nature reserves nearby. And when you’ve seen all the golfing action, you can head to the capital to get your fix of city life, if you wish! Let us create the perfect golfing trip to include all the elements you need.