The 2022 Open Championship will take place between July 14-17 at The Old Course at St Andrews in Scotland.
St Andrews gets the honour of staging the 150th Open Championship, which comes a year later than planned after the cancellation of the 2019 Open.
The Open, which will once again be the last of the majors of the year, heads to the Home of Golf for the 30th time having first staged the major in 1873.
Where is the 2022 Open Championship being held?
St Andrews, the Home of Golf, will host the 150th Open Championship. It will the 30th time the major has been played on the famous Old Course.
St Andrews first hosted The Open in 1873 when Tom Kidd was crowned championship, and most recently staged the event in 2015 when Zach Johnson lifted the Claret Jug in 2015.
Other winners of the Open at St Andrews include James Braid, Bobby Jones, Sam Snead, Bobby Locke, Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros, Nick Faldo, John Daly, Tiger Woods and Louis Oosthuizen.
Who is the reigning Open Championship champion?
Collin Morikawa won the 2021 Open at Royal St George’s to claim the second major victory of his career.
The American was playing in the Open for the first time and made it a winning one as he became the first debutant to win the major since 2003.
Morikawa finished on 15-under at Royal St George’s and claimed a two-shot victory over former Open winner Jordan Spieth.
Open Championship Future Host Venues
Royal Liverpool (2023), Troon (2024) and Royal Portrush (2025) have already been selected to host the next three opens.
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