From waking up at the crack of dawn, to watching the first tee shot, to witnessing the final putt of the round drop, there is no experience in sport quite like a day at The Open.
As golf’s oldest and most prestigious championship, the battle for the Claret Jug attracts thousands of spectators every year to see the world’s best golfers go head to head.
Memories to last a lifetime are created by those in attendance as they make the most of their chance to see their favourite stars take on the unrelenting challenge of links golf firsthand.
And the journey of one lucky golf fan and his family to The 148th Open at Royal Portrush has been documented in a new film, A Day at The Open, after he won the unique opportunity.
The Open launched the “Star In Our New Film” campaign back in January, challenging members of The One Club to create their own short films on the theme “This Putt To Win The Open.”
Read more at TheOpen.com.