New pricing options are coming to the Open.
The R&A announced that next year’s 145th British Open at Royal Troon will offer a first-ever twilight ticket as well as a reduction in price to single-day adult tickets.
Thursday and Friday’s rounds will allow spectators to purchase twilight tickets — which are limited in number — allowing them to enter the grounds after 4 p.m. for £25 (roughly $38).
Tickets for the Open, to be held from July 10-17 in Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland, are already on sale, and advance purchases on single-day tickets are down £10 from last year, now listed at £60 (before May 31).
Advance purchases on weekly tickets are also £10 less than last year, now listed at £230 (before May 31).
Children under 16, who are with an adult, receive free admission. Daily tickets cost £25 for ages 16-21 if purchased before May 31.
Royal Troon will host the Open for the ninth time next summer and the first time since Todd Hamilton won in a playoff in 2004.
For more information on tickets, visit TheOpen.com.