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The Open Championship

Regarded as Golf’s original major, The Open Championship (formerly The British Open), is held annually within the British Isles. The Open Championship is the oldest golf tournament in the world, beginning in 1860 at Prestwick Golf Club in Scotland. Current Open venues feature a Rota of links golf courses throughout England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The best players in the world battle it out over four tournament days for the ultimate prize: The Claret Jug.

The US Masters

One of the four major championships, the annual US Masters tournament is held over the first week of April at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA. The exclusive event is by invite only for players by the Golf Club, and it remains the sole invite-only golf major in the world. The US Masters began in 1934, and has since captivated the world with its exclusivity both in its field of players, and fan attendance. 

The Ryder Cup

The Ryder Cup is one of Golf’s celebrated events. The biennial tournament is contested every two years with the host venue alternating between The United States and Europe. The two competing teams are Team USA and Team Europe. The first Ryder Cup took place in 1927, with the event originally being held on odd years before switching to even years in 2001/2002, and switching back to odd years in 2021 due to Covid-19 delaying the event at Whistling Straits.

The Irish Open

One of the European Tour’s most highly regarded events is the Irish Open. Contested annually throughout The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, the Irish Open is usually held in May each year. The Irish Open was first played in 1927, but was terminated in 1950 until 1975 when it began the annual cycle, being played two weeks before The Open Championship. In 2017 The Irish Open joined the Rolex Series events, though it is formally known as the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.

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