2019 British Open Packages (18-21 July)

Why book your Open Championship experience with Golfbreaks.com?


Would you like to be part of the 200,000+ spectators when The Open Championship returns to Northern Ireland at Royal Portrush for the first time in almost 70-years? Well, look no further. Here at Golfbreaks.com we have you covered, with our customizable Open Championship packages that include accommodation, transfers, an onsite concierge team and access to the Golfbreaks.com party.

The Open 2019 Sample Packages


4* Weekday Package

From $999 USD pp

Thursday & Friday Tickets

3 Nights' B&B at Hilton Belfast

Daily tournament transfers

Drinks reception & on site Golfbreaks.com representation

Belfast City Package

From $629 USD pp

Weekend Pass

2 Nights' B&B at Hampton by Hilton Belfast

Daily tournament transfers

Drinks reception & on site Golfbreaks.com representation

4* Weekend Package

From $1,439 USD pp

Friday ticket & weekend pass

3 Nights' B&B at Hilton Belfast Templepatrick

Daily tournament transfers

Drinks reception & on site Golfbreaks.com representation


About The Open Venue

Having only hosted the British Open once before back in 1951, the 148th Open Championship at Royal Portrush is set to be Ireland’s biggest ever sporting event. Built in 1888 and redesigned by Harry Shapland Colt in 1947, this incredible course climbs its way up, down and around some enormous sand dunes. Often ranked within the world’s top 20 courses, and with stunning views down the Antrim coast, Royal Portrush is the setting the British Open deserves. 



To coincide with The Open, two new holes have been added to the already immaculate Dunluce Course, as have a variety of new bunkers scattered across the course to keep the pros on their toes. Max Faulkner was victorious when the tournament was last on Irish soil and, with the current array of golfing talent, it is certainly an open field. Who do you think can hold their nerve under the westerly winds in Northern Ireland? The new 7th and 8th have been designed by Martin Ebert of Mackenzie & Ebert, and feature a long par-5 and a 430-yard par-4 that requires a pinpoint tee shot with views overlooking the ruins of Dunluce Castle.