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The Open Golf 2017 - Aboard 'The Great Briton'
Royal Birkdale, Lancashire - Friday 21 July 2017
The Open Golf Championship returns to England in 2017 and will take place at the beautiful Royal Birkdale. We are pleased to offer a superb luxury rail travel package to Royal Birkdale aboard the Great Briton dining train for Friday 21st July 2017
A mouth-watering battle on the final day of the 2016 tournament saw Henrik Stenson beat Phil Mickelson by three shots whilst carding a joint record eight-under-par of 63, to win his first Open Championship. Since first hosting The Open in 1954, the Royal Birkdale has been (alongside Royal Lytham) the most regular venue for the Championship other than St Andrews. Travel to the event in style and leave all the stresses to us.
The Great Briton (Departing London Euston, Watford Junction & Birmingham International)
Avoid the inevitable stresses associated with travel and accommodation with this sublime travel package – allowing you to relax and take in all that the famous Open Championships have to offer. Once aboard, sit back, relax and enjoy the journey with your guests. A two-course brunch will set you up nicely for your day on course at Royal Birkdale.
Then having enjoyed the sporting action, you will be able to relax and take drinks and dinner at your leisure on the return journey. For a shorter journey time, you can choose to board and depart from either Watford Junction or Birmingham International. All package elements remain the same.
- General admisson to The Open
- Reserved seat on The Great Briton, London - Southport return (via Watford Junction & Birmingham International)
- Welcome Glass of Bucks-Fizz on arrival
- Two-course delicious brunch on the outward journey
- Three-course dinner served on the return journey
- Fine wines served with dinner (half bottle per person)
- Luxury coach transfers - Southport to Royal Birkdale (2 miles)
- VIP hostess assistance
£449 per person plus VAT
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