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The Open Championship - Round 2

Royal Troon Golf Club · 19 Jul 2024

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Playing a round of golf is a pastime enjoyed by millions. But it’s also a serious sport with fierce competition and amazing depths of skill for the professionals at the top level. As you know, all can be lost in a matter of a few shots or putts, which makes golf a fantastic sport to watch live. 

The modern game of golf we know today originated in Scotland back in the 15th century. Established in 1552, the Old Course at St Andrews in Fife was the first ever 18-hole course and is regarded as the spiritual home of golf. At first, King James II sought to ban the game, but the sport quickly captured people’s attention and golf continued to grow in popularity. 

Here at Zenseats, we appreciate the desire to enjoy top quality golf from the best courses around. This is why our marketplace pitches in with a fine selection of tickets for the biggest events and tournaments across the world. 

Putting together some of the most appealing packages, we cover all of the four major golf championships held each year: the Masters Tournament, the PGA Championship, the British Open Championship and the U.S. Open. We also cover the highly anticipated Ryder Cup, held every two years between the best players of Europe and the United States. 

So, whether you’re planning to attend for a single day or the entire tournament, Zenseats has plenty of options available so you don’t miss out on the very best golf action. 

Masters Tournament

Undoubtedly one of the most eagerly anticipated golf events each year, the Masters Tournament tees off the annual ‘majors’ campaign. Inaugurated in 1934 and hosted by the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, United States, the venue itself has become iconic with golfing fans over the years. It’s also the only major tournament to be held at the same venue each year. 

Augusta is truly a special place for the top golfers and pure golf fans. True legends of the game have achieved memorable victories here, including Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros and Tiger Woods. Every winner gets presented with an historic Green Jacket, reserved for Augusta National members and Masters winners only. We can see why there’s always a huge demand for tickets! 

PGA Championship Tournament 

Next on the calendar and held in May, the PGA Championship has become the second major of the golfing season. It’s usually played over the weekend before Memorial Day in the United States. 

First held at Bronxville, New York, back in 1916, this prestigious tournament moves from venue to venue each year and has visited some of the most iconic and famous golf courses in America. Watching golf at a historic venue makes for spectacular viewing. 

During his own illustrious career, Jack Nicklaus won five PGA Championship titles, a feat only matched by golfing pioneer Walter Hagen. Since the turn of the century, a number of players have scooped multiple titles including Tiger Woods (4), Brooks Koepka (3), Rory McIlroy (2) and Phil Mickelson (2). Incidentally, Mickelson’s win in 2021 made him the oldest golfer ever to win the tournament aged 50 years and 11 months. 

The U.S. Open

Famed as the oldest and most historic among the trio of American majors, the United States Open Championship dates back to 1895, when the competition was first held in Newport, Rhode Island. 

Hosted at different venues each year, this event is typically played through the middle of June, visiting some of the best and most prestigious golf courses from coast to coast. With the prize pot for the winner being the largest of all four major championships, players bring their A-game to the U.S. Open. 

The U.S. Open has a unique qualification process and is open to both professionals and the most promising amateurs. Around half of the field is made up of invitations and exemptions to qualifying, such as past winners. The last amateur to win the tournament was Johnny Goodman, all the way back in 1933. 

Since then, professionals have dominated as you’d expect. Ben Hogan and Jack Nicklaus share the record of most wins having registered 4 titles apiece. Other famous winners include Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and, more recently, Bryson DeChambeau. 

 The British Open

The British Open is the original, and arguably most prestigious, of all the majors. Since the tournament was first established in 1860 at Prestwick Golf Course in Ayrshire, Scotland, it has now surpassed more than 150 editions. 

The Prestwich course was the venue until 1873, when the tournament was switched to the iconic St Andrews. The Open championship is now held at different links golf courses throughout the United Kingdom. The most recent Open in 2023 was held at Royal Liverpool Golf Club. 

The British Open is held annually in July, offering the world’s top golfers their final chance of the year to land one of the four majors. Aside from the financial prizes on offer, leading golfers are also competing for the honour of lifting the famed Claret Jug.

To date, nobody has quite matched the early success of Harry Vardon, who claimed six titles during the late 1800s and early 1900s. A few players have won the Open on multiple occasions, including Tom Watson (4), Tiger Woods (3), Seve Ballestreros (3), Nick Faldo (3), Greg Norman (2) and Padraig Harrington (2).

Ryder Cup 

While golf is typically an individual sport, the idea for a team event was inspired by renowned publication Golf Illustrated and writer James D. Harnett. Given that no American had succeeded in the British Open, he suggested sending a team of professionals for a warm-up event in Britain. This led to what became known as the Walker Cup, with the first transatlantic team event played unofficially in 1921 at Royal Liverpool Golf Club. 

The concept of team golf was different and attracted considerable interest on both sides of the Atlantic. This developed into the Ryder Cup, when an inaugural tournament was held in 1926 at Wentworth. Golf enthusiast and businessman Samuel Ryder sponsored that event, lending his name to the Ryder Cup trophy Between 1927 and 1977. 

Since these early events, the Ryder Cup has developed into one of the pinnacles of golfing competition. It’s a bi-annual tournament pitting the best golfers of the United States against the best in Europe - it’s Team USA vs Team Europe!

The Ryder Cup is an amazing spectacle, known for both its sporting rivalry and a great sense of camaraderie between the golfers. There’s no doubt that it’s one of the most popular sports events out there. 

The location of the tournament is swapped between the two teams and tickets are highly sought after whether it’s taking place in the US or Europe. As always, Zenseats has you covered with various ticketing options so you can enjoy the very best of what golf has to offer.


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