Can’t wait for the 2023 British Open? Here’s how you can attend the 151st Open Championship at Royal Liverpool Golf Club

The 150th Open Championship has come and gone, and while Cam Smith will likely be reveling in the volume of the Claret Jug for days to come, the fans of links golf turn their attention to 2023.

It doesn’t get much better than the Old Course at St. Andrews for the British Open, but the 151st playing of the Open Championship will provide a worthy successor at Royal Liverpool.

Nearly 300,000 fans attended this year’s Open Championship, and you could be a part of the group attempting to break that record number in 2023.

Book your trip to the 2023 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool

Holylake Links at Royal Liverpool Golf Club has provided some signature major winners including Walter Hagen, Bobby Jones, and more recently a couple of guys named Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy.

McIlroy won the most recent Open Championship at Royal Liverpool, cruising to a wire-to-wire win in 2014. Perhaps a familiar setting is just what Rory needs to earn another Gold Medal as the Champion Golfer of the Year.

Royal Liverpool packages include tickets and hotel accommodations for Thursday and Friday, tickets and hotel accommodations for Saturday and Sunday and tickets and hotel accommodations to all four days of the 2023 Open Championship.

Book the trip of a lifetime to enjoy the oldest major in golf, explore beautiful North West England, and maybe even play a round at the prestigious Royal Birkdale or Royal Lytham & St. Annes, two other nearby Open Championship courses.

Can’t wait for next year? Consider one of five incredible U.K. golf vacations including trips to Scotland, Northern Ireland, and England.

For more information, click here or call +1 843 242 7779.

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