R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers insists he has "no regrets" over the
cancellation of this year's Open Championship.
Hospitality tickets for The 149th Open at Royal St George's next year have gone on general sale.
The R&A have confirmed that ticket holders for The 149th Open are entitled to a full refund if they are unable to attend the tournament next year.
Should the other three majors have followed The Open in cancelling for 2020? Rich Beem has his say and takes a closer look at the new schedule.
Shane Lowry admitted he had mixed emotions about holding onto the Claret Jug for an extra year after The 149th Open was cancelled for 2020.
Tommy Fleetwood has backed the R&A's decision to cancel The Open and is already looking forward to the Royal St George's showpiece next year.
The 149th Open has been cancelled for 2020 and will now be played at Royal St George's in July next year, the R&A has announced.
Andrew Coltart says plans to reschedule this year's Open Championship are changing on a daily basis and remain "up in the air".
Shane Lowry would relish the possibility of a major and Ryder Cup in successive weeks, should The Open need to be rescheduled.
The R&A have denied reports that The 149th Open at Royal St George's will be cancelled outright and held over until 2021.
The R&A remain hopeful of staging both The 149th Open and the AIG Women's British Open on schedule, although they are "examining a range of scenarios".
The winner of the Latin America Amateur Championship this week will receive a spot in The Open for the first time.
Marcus Armitage birdied the final hole of the South African Open to join Branden Grace and Jaco Ahlers in the field for The 149th Open.
The R&A has announced record-breaking demand for tickets for The 149th Open at Royal St George's next year.
James Sugrue secured an invite to three of the next four majors by claiming a one-hole win in a dramatic final at the 124th Amateur Championship.
Darren Clarke is relishing The Open returning to Royal St George's in 2020, the venue where he won his only major.
The R&A has announced that the 2020 Open will be played at Royal St George's, the scene of Darren Clarke's memorable victory in 2011.
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