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Tickets for final three days of 2019 Open at Royal Portrush have already sold out

The general admission sale only opened last week.

TICKETS FOR THE final three days of next year’s Open at Royal Portrush have sold out just one week after going on general sale, as anticipation builds over the championship’s return to Northern Ireland.

Golf - Dunlunce Links Championship Course Press Conference - Royal Portrush Golf Club Royal Portrush is preparing to welcome the Open to County Antrim. Source: PA Archive/PA Images

The 2019 Open will take place at the County Antrim venue between 14-21 July and there has been a huge surge in interest, with the R&A reporting an unprecedented demand for tickets.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday ticket packages have now sold out, making the 148th Open the fastest-selling in the history of the championship, with close to 200,000 spectators expected to attend over the course of the week.

The Open returns to Royal Portrush for the first time since 1951 and due to the strong demand, organisers have made it an all-ticket event for the first time.

“Currently, the only tickets that remain for the 148th Open at Royal Portrush are general admission tickets for Thursday 18 July and each of the four practice days between Sunday 14 July and Wednesday 17 July,” the R&A said.

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