- Fans have until 26 February, 2020 to purchase early bird tickets for The Senior Open
- Single day tickets start at £10 for juniors and £18 for adults
- Sunningdale Golf Club will host the prestigious championship for the third time
Early Bird tickets are now on sale for The 2020 Senior Open Presented by Rolex, which will take place at the Old Course at Sunningdale Golf Club from 23-26 July.
Fans have until midnight on 26 February, 2020 to purchase early bird tickets for Europe’s only Senior Major, with single day tickets starting at £10 for juniors and £18 for adults.
Thousands of fans flocked to Royal Lytham & St Annes in July 2019 to see Bernhard Langer win a record fourth Senior Open Championship, extending his unequalled Senior Major tally to 11 titles. The championship will also be remembered as Tom Watson’s farewell to competitive links golf, with the five-time Champion Golfer of the Year bringing the curtain down on his illustrious career at the Lancashire venue.
Sunningdale a fitting test
The Old Course at Sunningdale will assume hosting duties for the third time, following American Marco Dawson’s one-shot triumph in 2015 and Loren Roberts’ play-off victory at the prestigious English club six years earlier.
Jamie Birkmyre, Championship Director of the Senior Open Presented by Rolex, said: “We are delighted to begin ticket sales for The Senior Open, which proves annually to be one of the most iconic tournaments on the global golfing calendar.
“The Old Course at Sunningdale will provide a fitting test for the world’s best senior golfers and we look forward to welcoming players and fans alike to the spectacular venue.’’
Next year’s contest will again boast a world-class field of former Major Champions, Senior Major Champions and Ryder Cup stars, with former World Number One Ernie Els, five-time Major Champion Phil Mickelson and 2003 U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk among several players who will be eligible to compete at The Senior Open Presented by Rolex for the first time.Single day tickets start at £10 for juniors and £18 for adults on the first day of play on Thursday July 23, while season tickets for all four days of play are priced at just £25 for juniors and £65 for adults.