Your Chance to Play During the 2015 British Open

From July 16th to 19th, the golf world will descend upon the United Kingdom for the oldest and most historic major golf tournament on the planet. The British Open is not only a dream experience for professional golfers, but it is also one of the most sought after golf experiences for fans of the sport. From Carnoustie to Royal Troon and this year’s host, The Old Course at St. Andrews, the British Open is played out on some of the greatest golf courses the sport has to offer and continues to be the most memorable major of the season. 

Golfing with the Pros

This year the 2015 British Open will be at the breathtaking Old Course, at St. Andrews in beautiful Fife, Scotland. For nearly 500 years, this par 72-course is known to many as the “home of golf” and is one of the most challenging links courses in the world.

For those who choose to witness the 144th British Open in 2015, will also have the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of some of the greatest golfers. From Tom Morris, to Arnold Palmer and last year’s victor, Rory McIlroy, you could be playing on some of the United Kingdom’s most famous courses, including The Old Course.

You heard right! Lucky fans will not only have a once in a lifetime chance to witness the British Open in person, but they will also be able to play golf on The Old Course at St. Andrews. Take this opportunity to tick your dream golf experience off your bucket list, by calling one of our Sports Travel Specialists today!

Scotland is a wonderful host for the upcoming British Open, along with being the home of golf, it is also home to beautiful rolling green pastures, miles of gorgeous coastline and historic architecture that tempt even the most seasoned of travelers to take another look. Experience all of this, and much more from one of Roadtrips luxurious hotel options, featuring incredible service and amenities to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Additionally, with exceptional hospitality only minutes away from Scotland’s foremost golf course, you will surely have the time of your life.

Any detail connected to Roadtrips ran like clockwork from the transportation to the tournament, transferring our luggage between hotels to a delicious dinner at the restaurant they had recommended.
— Anne Gillis, British Open