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Where Are The Next 5 British Opens?

Where Are The Next 5 British Opens

The next 5 British opens are:

YEARDATELOCATION
2020July 16-19Royal St. George's England
2021July 15-18The Old Course at St. Andrews, Scotland
2022July 14-17Royal Liverpool, England
2023July 20-23Royal Troon, Scotland
2024July 18-21(Speculative) Royal Portrush Golf Club, Ireland or Muirfield, Scotland

The British Open, also referred to as The Open, is one of the four major golf tournaments on the PGA tour. The tournament is always played on the third Sunday of July, and is the oldest golf tournament in the world. Shane Lowry is the current champion.

Royal St. George's Golf Club is set to host the 2020 British Open on July 16th-19th as the tournament resumes play back in England. The Old Course at St. Andrew's in Scotland is set to host the 2021 British Open on July 15th-18th. This was also the site for the 2015 British Open. The 2022 British Open will be played at Royal Liverpool Golf Club in England, which hosted the tournament back in 2014. The Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland is the location for the 2023 British Open and this tournament will be played on July 20th-23rd. While there is no official location for the 2025 British Open there are two perspective locations as the front runners right now. The Royal Portrush Golf Club in Ireland or Muirfield Golf Club in Scotland. As stated earlier the Royal Portrush was the host of the 2019 tournament which was a major success and having the tournament held in Ireland helps break up the repetition of England and Scotland (traditionally host the British Open).



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