We are an authorised provider for The Open 2024, Royal Troon
We pride ourselves on delivering tailored experiences that suit YOU that will immerse you in the grandeur of the championship, combining unparalleled access with the expertise only seasoned PGA professionals can offer
We pride ourselves on delivering tailored experiences to suit YOU!
Let the journey to golf’s most prestigious championship begin here.
Experience the magic of The 152nd Open in 2024 hosted at one of the most illustrious courses in the golfing arena, Royal Troon.
Scotland for Golf, as your premier golf tour operator based in the heart of St Andrews, is thrilled to be your guiding partner on this golfing adventure.
As an authorised provider for The Open 2024, we pride ourselves on delivering tailored experiences that immerse you in the grandeur of the championship, combining unparalleled access with the expertise only Dive deep into a legacy that spans centuries, from the rolling greens of ancient Scotland to the pinnacle of golfing tournaments.
With our curated packages and impeccable services, you're set to enjoy The Open 2024 in a way that resonates with both tradition and luxury.
When it comes to grandeur, tradition, and the eternal spirit of competition, few sporting events come close to The Open Championship. Established in 1860, The Open is not just the oldest of the four major championships in professional golf, but it is also the only major held outside the United States. It's a tournament steeped in history, one that has been defining and redefining the very fabric of the sport for over a century and a half.
The Open was first held at Prestwick Golf Club in Scotland, the country widely considered the birthplace of golf. Initially, it was a one-day, 36-hole competition, a far cry from the global event we know today. The first Open was an intimate affair, featuring just eight professional golfers who played three rounds on Prestwick's 12-hole course. The winner, Willie Park Sr., was awarded a Challenge Belt, made of red leather with a silver buckle.
The Challenge Belt was replaced by the now-iconic Claret Jug in 1873, a trophy that has since become one of the most coveted in the world of sports. Over the years, The Open has been held at a rotating selection of links courses in England and Scotland, with Northern Ireland recently rejoining the rotation. Each course offers a unique set of challenges, from the notorious pot bunkers of Carnoustie to the treacherous winds of Royal Birkdale.
Some of the most memorable moments in golf history have unfolded during The Open. Who could forget Jack Nicklaus' duel with Tom Watson at Turnberry in 1977, commonly referred to as the "Duel in the Sun"? Or the emotional victory of Darren Clarke in 2011, a win that he dedicated to his late wife? These moments have become a part of the rich tapestry of the sport, capturing the imaginations of golf fans around the world.
Today, The Open is a truly international event, drawing the best golfers from every corner of the globe. Its reach and influence extend beyond the greens and fairways, shaping the future of golf and preserving its past.
We at Scotland for Golf are honoured to be a part of this extraordinary legacy as an authorised ticketing agent appointed by The R&A. Being based in St Andrews, the spiritual home of golf, imbues us with a deep respect for the traditions and nuances of the game. Our status as an authorised provider allows us to offer unparalleled access to The Open, ensuring that you can experience the majesty of this storied championship in the most memorable way possible.
As we look forward to The Open Championships of 2024, we invite you to join us in celebrating the enduring traditions and exciting future of this magnificent tournament. With Scotland for Golf, you're not just a spectator; you're a part of golfing history.