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The British Open, known simply as the "Open Championship" or "The Open", is one of the four "Majors" on the PGA Tour. It is also the oldest of the majors and the only to be held outside the United States. The Open is the third major played in the golf season and is traditionally held the weekend of the third Friday in July. The Open was first held in 1860 at Prestwick Golf Club and is one of the most revered traditions in all of sports. The Open is a unique experience for golf fans to visit, with the historic courses of the United Kingdom, and see their golf heroes play on a style of course similar to that on which golf was founded. The winner of the British Open receives a generous prize of more than $8 million and receives the Golf Champion Trophy - also known as the Claret Jug - awarded since 1871. At the end of 72 holes, if golfers are tied, players play a four-hole playoff beginning with the first hole, then the 16th through 18th. If still tied, the players repeat the 18th hole until a champion emerges. Some of the most notable winners of the British Open include Bobby Jones - the last amateur to win - Harry Vardon, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods, just to name a few. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for British Open tickets.

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2018 British Open

The British Open, or Open Championship, is one of golf's most iconic events. The oldest of the four major championships on the PGA Tour, the British Open rotates between some of the oldest and most prestigeous golf courses in the United Kingdom. Maybe the most prominent course that hosts The Open is the Old Course at St. Andrews. St. Andrews was estiblished over 500 years ago and is considered by some to be the birthplace of modern day golf. Attending a British Open at the Old Course at St. Andrews is an experience unlike any other in professional golf, and seeing the top pros battle on the historic course is incredible. Other top courses that host the British Open include Muirfield, Royal Troon Golf Club, Roy St. George's Golf Club, Royal Portush golf club, Royal Birkdale Golf Club, as well as other iconic courses in the U.K.

The 2018 British Open takes place at Carnoustie Golf Links in Carnoustie, Scotland. The 2018 Open Championship will be the 147th Championship and the eighth to take place at Carnoustie Golf Links. The 2018 British Open will start with practice rounds July 15-18 before tournament play runs July 19-22.

2018 British Open Schedule

  • Sunday, July 15 - Practice Round
  • Monday, July 16 - Practice Round
  • Tuesday, July 17 - Practice Round
  • Wednesday, July 18 - Practice Round
  • Thursday, July 19 - Competition - Round 1
  • Friday, July 20 - Competition - Round 2
  • Saturday, July 21 - Competition - Round 3
  • Sunday, July 22 - Competition - Final Round

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Which day at the British Open should I purchase tickets for?

Choosing the right day to buy British Open tickets is pretty simple. A four-day badge will get you access to all of the pro golf at the British Open, with the first day letting you see the opening ceremonies and first tee shots. Buying British Open Sunday tickets will let you see a champion crowned at The Open.

What is the difference between the British Open and the Open Championship?

The British Open and the Open Championship are the same event. The tournament is also sometimes referred to as The Open, referring to the fact that the British Open is the oldest of the major professional golf tournaments on the PGA tour.

Where will the 2018 British Open be played?

The British Open rotates between a number of the most iconic locations in England and Scotland. The 2018 British Open will be played at the Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland.

Who will be in the field for the 2018 British Open?

The British Open attracts some of the top golfers in the world. Previous winners of the British Open include Jack Nicklaus and Rory McIlroy. The field for the 2018 British Open is announced shortly before the start of the tournament.

 
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