Fans hoping to attend the 150th Open at St Andrews have one more week to enter the ticket ballot for the historic championship before it closes on Monday 4 October.
Taking place over the Old Course from 10-17 July 2022, the 150th Open is set to be a true celebration of golf and the many great champions who have lifted the Claret Jug.
The ticket ballot is available exclusively to members of the One Club, the free-to-join membership programme. Members have until 4 October to apply for tickets or amend existing applications. If you have not signed up yet to join the One Club, you can do so here.
Johnnie Cole-Hamilton, executive director of championships, said The R&A was “absolutely delighted with the huge level of interest from fans,” since the ballot launched on 1 July.
“Ticket ballot applications have poured in from all over the world as well as nearer to home,” he added. “It’s clear that golf fans everywhere want to be part of this very special milestone in golfing history.
“We introduced the ballot to give as many fans as possible the chance of attending The Open. We wanted to make it as fair as we could with such massive levels of demand.”
Each individual can apply for up to a maximum of four tickets a day of the championship. For further details, head to TheOpen.com’s Ticket Ballot FAQs page.
Applicants will discover by e-mail whether they have been successful by the end of November.
To enter the ticket ballot for the 150th Open, visit https://www.theopen.com/150th-ticket-ballot.