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The Open

Proud patron of The 149th Open and The AIG Women’s British Open

Due to the spread of COVID-19, The 149th Open At Royal St George's has been postponed and will take place next year from 11th-18th July 2021. The 150th Open will be played at St Andrews from 10th-17th July 2022.

The R&A have decided to take this action based on guidance from the UK Government, the health authorities, public services and The R&A’s advisers.

All tickets and hospitality packages purchased will be transferred over to the Championship in 2021. If you can not attend the new date, you will receive a full refund. The R&A will send you more information directly in due course.

The R&A are also undertaking a comprehensive evaluation of their plans for the AIG Women's British Open at Royal Troon, and will share more information as soon as possible.

We’re proud to be a Patron and the Official Card of The Open. The original and most prestigious championship in professional golf, The Open is where the world's finest golfers set out for the honour of lifting one of sport’s most iconic trophies: The Claret Jug. Since 2012, we’ve been an Official Patron of this legendary competition and we look forward to continuing our association with legends of the sport like Tom Watson, Ian Poulter and Justin Rose.

The Open

As Official Card of The Open, Mastercard relishes immersing cardholders in the rich history and excitement of the oldest and most prestigious championship in professional golf. Cardholders can enjoy complimentary access to the Mastercard Club within the Spectator Village with food and beverages to purchase as well as exclusive activity such as appearances by the Mastercard golf ambassadors.

The AIG Women’s British Open

In 2019, we became proud sponsors to The AIG Women’s British Open. Partnering with The R&A and ambassadors such as Annika Sorenstam, we’re building on our support of women’s golf and hoping to engage women and girls who are new to the game.

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A Sister Surprise with Annika Sorenstam