The Open 2015 VIP giveaway

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Readers of bunkered have the chance to win two VIP tickets to the 2015 Open Championship at St Andrews.


How to win


Readers who purchase a hospitality ticket for this year’s Open Championship at Royal Liverpool will be entered into a draw to win two VIP hospitality tickets for next year’s event.

Quote ‘bunkered’ to be entered into the prize draw. It’s that simple.

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A look at the Open hospitality package


The package includes on-course restaurants and private areas such as The Premier Suites, The Gallery Restaurant, The 1860 Club and the brand new package The Champion’s Club.

It also offers the SkillZone, where guests can have some fun and test their golf skills within the official hospitality pavilion.


The Open’s hospitality package booking details


Located between the 5th and 16th holes, guests can relax and dine in one of three restaurants. During their stay they will be treated to exceptional food and be looked after by team of event professionals.

Prices start from £225 (exc. VAT) for the practice day and £325 (exc. VAT) for championship days. You will have to be quick, however, as the Champion’s Club is already sold out for Friday, July 18.

For more information on The Open's hospitality offers, click here.

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