How can I get tickets for the 2024 Open Championship?

The ticket ballot for next year’s Open Championship will go live on Tuesday, June 27. Here are all the details you need.

Even though this year’s Open Championship hasn’t been and gone yet, you need to get in quick if you want to attend the 2024 Championship at Royal Troon.

Henrik Stenson won the last Open Championship at Royal Troon.

To ensure that fans have a fair and equitable chance of being there, the R&A have announced that a ticket ballot will run from June 27 to July 25, which is two days after the conclusion of The Open Championship at Royal Liverpool.

The ballot will be available exclusively to members of The One Club, the free-to-join membership program. Fans can sign up to The One Club at any time and will be among the first to be notified when applications are open.

Cameron Smith is the reigning Open Champion.

Ticket prices for The 152nd Open have been frozen at current levels and will range from £95-£110 for an adult on Championship days. Practice day passes start from £25. Half-price discounts apply for 16-24-year-olds, while kids can go free when accompanied by an adult.

The 152nd Open Championship runs from July 14-21, 2024, but the lucky ‘winners’ will be notified throughout August and September. You can register your interest by visiting

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Today's Golfer features editor Michael Catling.

Michael Catling
Features Editor

Michael Catling is Today’s Golfer‘s Features Editor and an award-winning journalist who specializes in golf’s Majors and Tours, including DP World, PGA, LPGA, and LIV.

Michael joined Today’s Golfer in 2016 and has traveled the world to attend the game’s biggest events and secure exclusive interviews with dozens of Major champions, including Jack Nicklaus, Jordan Spieth, Tom Watson, Greg Norman, Gary Player, and Justin Thomas.

A former member of Ufford Park and Burghley Park, Michael has been playing golf since he was 11 and currently plays off a handicap of 10.

Away from golf he’s a keen amateur chef and has his own healthy recipes website. He also loves playing squash, going to the gym, and following Chelsea FC.

Michael uses a Ping G driverPing G 3-woodPing G Crossover 3-ironPing G Series irons (4-PW), Ping Glide wedges (52º, 56º, 60º), TaylorMade MySpider Tour Putter, and Srixon AD333 golf ball.

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