The Open Rotation Courses

Play on the same courses where you have seen your idols win.

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Why play on these golf courses?

Unlike other sports, golf offers you the chance to play on the same courses where the big events we normally watch on TV are played. At Lowgolf we put this unique experience within your reach.

We take you to all the courses in The Open Championship rotation, from the legendary St. Andrews to new additions such as Royal Portrush in Ireland. Feel the chill of being part of golf history, enjoy the purity of the most famous links courses in the world.

At Lowgolf we’ll make it easy for you and you won’t have to worry about a thing. In the nearly 150 years of golf’s oldest tournament, a total of 14 courses have hosted the claret jug event; seven in Scotland, six in England and one in Ireland.

Daily flights from Europe in direct and comfortable routes.

We will take you and accompany you on each of the routes.

We will always look for the best accommodation close to the camps.

You will fulfil your dream of playing the rotation courses of The Open.

We will play the best and legendary golf courses close to the main course.

Royal Liverpool

Rory McIllroy won in 2014 
It will host The Open again in 2023.
Courses included in this break:
 Royal Liverpool, Formby Golf Club and Royal Birkdale.

Royal Troon

Henrik Stenson won in 2016 
It will again host The Open in 2024.
Courses included in this break:
 Royal Troon, Kilmarnock Golf Course, Preswick Golf Club and Dundonald Links.

Old Course St. Andrews

Zack Johnson won in 2015 
It will again host The Open in 2022.
Courses included in this break:
 Old Course St. Andrews, Kingsbarns, New Course St. Andrews and Dumbarnie Golf Links.

Royal St. George's

Darren Clarke won in 2011 
It will again host The Open in 2021.
Courses included in this break:
 Royal St. George’s, Prince’s Golf and Royal Cinque Ports.

Carnoustie Championship

Francesco Molinari won in 2018
Future venue not yet assigned.
Courses included in this break:
 Carnoustie Championship, Kingsbarns, Dumbarnie Golf Links.

Royal Portrush

Shane Lowry won in 2019 
Future venue not yet assigned.
Courses included in this break:
 Royal Portrush, Portstewart and Castlerock Golf Course.

Muirfield

Phil Mickelson won in 2013 
Future venue not yet assigned.
Courses included in this break:
Muirfield, Gullane Golf Club and The Renaissance Club.

Royal Birkdale

Jordan Spieth won in 2017
Future venue not yet assigned.
Courses included in this break:
Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool and Formby Golf Club.

Royal Lytham & St Annes

Ernie Els won in 2012 
Future venue not yet assigned.
Courses included in this break:
Royal Lytham & St. Annes, Royal Liverpool and Royal Birkdale.

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