The View, The 1860 Club and The Champions Club are all available to guests who want to enjoy first class hospitality at Royal Troon this year
Early bird pricing is still available for the 2016 Open Championship, with The View, an on-course hospitality option, set to make its first appearance at the tournament.
As well as receiving first class service, guests of The View will be able to enjoy an excellent view of Royal Troon’s 15th hole, as well as the South Ayrshire coastline.
The View is a combination of a VIP lounge with a contemporary fine dining restaurant, all in an ideal location for spectators to watch some of the world’s best golfers chase the Claret Jug.
Positioned in the The Open Hospitality Pavilion, The View also provides a Scottish breakfast, a four course lunch, afternoon tea and a selection of wine, beer and Champagne.
Attendees will be well positioned to watch Zach Johnson defend the Open title he won at St Andrews last year. The likes of Rickie Fowler, Jordan Spieth and Jason Day are also likely to be present to fight for their first Open Championship, with Rory McIlroy aiming for his second.
The Open offers two other themed ticket and hospitality inclusive experiences. The 1860 Club captures the atmosphere of a clubhouse, with reminders of the Championship’s illustrious history all around. Spectators also have the option of The Champions Club, which provides a modern British bistro cuisine in a minimalist setting. All of the hospitality options are a short walk from the action on course.
Guests can enjoy parking and fast track entry privileges, private washrooms, golf related entertainment and access to live television coverage.
A small number of Open Hospitality Premier Suites are also available for groups of more than 30 people.