The Open 2021 Packages

(July 15th - 18th )

St Andrews will host The 150th Open Championship in 2021, returning to the Home of Golf for a record 30th time. The best golfers in the world will battle it out once again, to become the Champion Golfer of the Year and win the coveted Claret Jug. The last time The Open was hosted at St Andrews in 2015; Zach Johnson beat Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman in a dramatic Monday playoff to win his first Open Championship, and another exciting tournament is expected. The return to the Old Course will provide a huge spectacle, with every golfer wanting to win this prestigious major at the Home of Golf.

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2021 Open Packages, Tailored to You



St Andrews Weekday Package

From $729 USD pp

On site Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR representation

Thursday & Friday Open tickets

2 nights B&B at University of St Andrews David Russell

St Andrews Weekend Package - SOLD OUT

From $999 USD pp

Drinks reception & on site Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR representation

Weekend Open tickets

3 nights B&B at University of St Andrews David Russell

St Andrews Full Week Package - SOLD OUT

From $1,699 USD pp

Drinks reception & on site Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR representation

Thurs - Sunday Open tickets

5 nights B&B at University of St Andrews David Russell

Dundee Weekend Package

From $1,299 USD pp

Drinks reception & on site Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR representation

Weekend Open tickets

3 nights B&B at Hampton by Hilton Dundee

Daily tournament train transfers

Dundee Weekday Package

From $1,659 USD pp

On site Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR representation

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Open tickets

4 nights B&B at Hampton by Hilton Dundee

Daily tournament train transfers

Dundee Full Week Package

From $2,799 USD pp

Drinks reception & on site Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR representation

Thursday - Sunday Open tickets

7 nights B&B at Hampton by Hilton Dundee

Daily tournament train transfers

 

 


Open 2021 Accommodation Information




St Andrews - David Russell

Stay 15 minutes away from the Old Course at St Andrews, and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the city during Open week.

  • 3* Bed & Breakfast

  • A 15 minute walk away from the Old Course

  • The central location allows guests to explore the city and the buzz Open week brings to St Andrews

  • En-suite bedrooms with a shared lounge and kitchen facilities, perfect for socializing with other Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR customers at The Open





Dundee - Hampton by Hilton

Stay a short-distance train away from St Andrews Old Course

  • 3* Hotel

  • 10 minute walk away from Dundee train station, then a short walk to the Old Course

  • Enjoy a stay in the city centre of Dundee

  • The hotel provides contemporary rooms and plenty of amenities right in the heart of the city

  • Within walking distance, you'll find shopping, nightlife and restaurants to make your time in Dundee memorable

 


More about The Open 2021

The Old Course at St Andrews is possibly the most famous golf course in the world and constantly ranked amongst the best. It is rich in history and tradition, with The Royal and Ancient Club being created in 1754. Their Clubhouse stands next to the 1st tee and 18th green, providing an impressive backdrop to the final hole. With greats such as Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Seve Ballesteros previous winners here, it is clear class prevails on the Old Course.

With so many famous holes on the Old Course it can be difficult to pick out a single signature hole, however the 17th ‘Road Hole’ is a good bet. With the tee shot being played over the Old Course Hotel, the more aggressive line is rewarded with a better angle to the green. However, with a long iron approach required to a narrow green backing onto the road it is easy to see why this is regarded as one of the hardest par 4’s in golf.


 


Open Championship Facts

  • 156 players compete in The Open every year
  • The first Open Championship was played in 1860 at Prestwick
  • Harry Vardon has won 6-times, more than any other players
  • Jack Nicklaus has been runner up most times (7)

More about St Andrews

St Andrews lives and breaths golf, with no less than 10 top-quality courses in the town, including the famous Old Course, golf is what makes the town tick.

However, there is more to St Andrews than just the golf. Set next to the long sandy beaches that protect the North Sea, St Andrews is rich in history for such a small piece of land. Visiting St Andrews Cathedral is a must for any visitor, explore the remains of this magnificent building, which was once the largest church in Scotland. The University of St Andrews is the third oldest university in the UK and is another good location for tourists to explore.

There are many pubs and restaurants in which to indulge in the town. Tailend is a favourite for both the locals and tourists, the award-winning fish & chip shop is located a short walk from the 1st tee at St Andrews. Ranked as the number one chippy in Scotland, there is the option to eat in the modern restaurant or opt for the traditional takeaway.




What to do whilst in Edinburgh

The beautiful Edinburgh is a must-see city when visiting Scotland with its mix of medieval Old Town areas and elegant Georgian New Town parts. Located about an hour and a half away from St Andrews and Dundee, it’s easy to fit in a day or two in Edinburgh between playing other courses in the surrounding areas.

Arthur’s Seat offers a panoramic view of the city centre, with its 250-metre height creating the perfect angle for photos of the magnificent city. Alternatively, Edinburgh Castle also stands above the Old Town, with the natural design and beauty making it an essential tourist stop when in the city. The journey to the Castle, otherwise known as the Royal Mile, takes visitors through the historic Old Town, with the stunning cobbled layout emphasising the elegance of the city.

Along the royal mile, visitors can dive into the Scotch Whisky experience and embrace why Edinburgh is so famous for making this spirit. Alternatively, you can take part in the guided walks, visiting the best whisky bars in the city or for a more in-depth experience, go to the distillery tour around the Southern Highlands.