The 148th Open Championship at Royal Portrush - Collector’s Edition

09 July 2019

This is a unique opportunity to target international golfers

The 148th Open will be played at Royal Portrush from 14-21 July 2019, marking a historic return to Northern Ireland for golf’s original and most international golf Championship after nearly 70 years. The Open was last staged at Royal Portrush in 1951, when Max Faulkner became Champion Golfer of the Year.

Northern Ireland will be at the center of the global sporting spotlight when The Open is staged outside of Scotland and England for only the second time in the Championship’s more than 150-year history. Sports fans from throughout Ireland and around the world will descend upon the town of Portrush to watch the world’s greatest golfers compete for the iconic Claret Jug.

As this such a historic occasion for Irish golf, Golf Digest Ireland will be dedicating the entire preview issue to The 148th Open Championship. It will be the complete guide to the championship, the course, the players, the history and Northern Ireland. 100 pages of everything you need to know about The Open Championship in Royal Portrush.

Golf Digest will be increasing the print run to 20,000 magazines and will be targeting all international visitors travelling to The Open by providing additional copies not only to the venue but also to all major hotels along the Causeway Coast and Belfast.

What is totally unique about this issue is that we are dedicating the entire issue to the 148th Open Championship at Royal Portrush.

It indeed will be the ultimate guide to The Open and clearly, a souvenir that every golf fan will keep as a very special memento of an incredible and historic golf in Open Championship history.

If international golfers are part of your revenue or you just want to grow your domestic business, drop me a line and I will take you through our Open packages and get you safely booked in.

Anders Johansson | | 083 861 5848
Linton Walsh | | 086 8212 999


Linton Walsh - Managing Director
Golf Digest Ireland