AT THE 150th OPEN
Greenkeeping, an art and a science passed down the generations since before Old Tom Morris – a four-time Champion Golfer – was first named the Keeper of the Green at St Andrews in 1865. The Open’s wild and beautiful links are the original courses. They are where golf began and where greenkeepers still tirelessly master the elements to produce the perfect stage and create the ultimate challenge to find the Champion Golfer of the Year.
Greenkeepers is the perfect backdrop for enjoying golf’s oldest and most prestigious Major. Indulge yourself in an experience that will create lasting memories for you and your guests. Located in the vibrant Spectator Village, you are never too far away
from the action so you and your guests can easily come and go as you please.
Greenkeepers delivers a range of culinary options that suits everyone’s needs. The relaxed and informal nature of Greenkeepers allows you to be able to freely move around the restaurant, whether inside or out.
The grazing style of hospitality means that you can head out to the course safe in the knowledge that you can grab food and drink throughout the day at your leisure.
Sit down, relax and soak up the atmosphere of Major Championship golf