Scotland’s 147th Open culminates with the inaugural Hamilton Grand Live After Party promising luxury brands, oysters and champagne to toast the golfing champions.
Later this month, guests will party the night away with golf’s royalty at the inaugural Hamilton Grand Live – the 147th Open After Party.
Party-goers will take to the dance floor in a giant inflatable golf ball to International DJ’s AudioComingSoon. Emmanuel Lawal and Ashton Gohil – along with Hed Kandi and Ministry of Sound DJ John Jones, are doing a set at the exclusive all out after-party.
Combining their love of music and fashion, Emmanuel and Ashton have created unforgettable nights in the world renowned Ushuaia, Ibiza, DJ’d at fashion week parties across the globe, as well as performing at the Brits after party.
Sponsored by Hamilton Grand, guests will enjoy top brands including NB Gin, Tequila by UWA, Whisky from Bacardi, Wine and Champagne from Curious Cork and sponsors the Hippodrome Casino, making it sure to be a night to remember.
Award-winning chef Adam Newth, proprietor of the 2 AA rosettes and Michelin-recommended The Tayberry Restaurant in Broughty Ferry, will be serving a luxury oyster bar to the 500 guests including celebrities, professionals and former golfers.
The fundraising includes a chance to win a luxury £100,000 holiday to the exclusive island Koh Rang Noi in Thailand. This luxurious island boasts only 3 properties, which unsurprisingly is favoured by the rich and famous.
To win the prized holiday shot, the first guest who scores a hole in one on the floating green, which has been modelled after the 18th hole of Wisconsin’s Whistling Straits – home of the 2020 Ryder Cup – will be heading off to the idyllic retreat.
A money can’t buy auction at the party will raise much needed funds to help Garvie Winter, a 7-year-old boy who needs £95,000 to receive a revolutionary treatment known as Car T-cell therapy, which is only available in the US or Italy.
Founder of the event and Head of luxury concierge company Vivere-XO, which caters to the global elite, Ross Murray said:
“The Masters at Augusta throws spectacular parties and we intend to do the same at Carnoustie.
“The Scots are recognised as a nation that knows how to have fun and throw a party. Our exclusive after party will be the place be as the final putt is sank in this 147th Open championship.
“Guests will get into the party spirit together with celebrities and VIPs, toasting the tournament’s success and all in support for a good cause.”
For further information visit https://www.vivere-xo.com/stars-coming-to-scotland-for-first-the-open-after-party/
The 2018 European Tour season is set for a grandstand finish on Sunday, with a whole host of players sin with a chance of victory in Dubai.
Charles Howell III is on course for a first PGA tour victory in over 10 years after taking a three-shot lead at the RSM Classic on Friday.
Lexi Thompson is eyeing a first victory in over a year after taking a three-shot lead on the second day of the LPGA’s season-ending CME Group Tour Championship in Florida.
Matt Wallace fired a superb seven-under-par 65 to take a narrow one-shot lead heading into the weekend at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.
Rory McIlroy has responded to Paul McGinley’s criticism of his decision to potentially give up his European Tour membership next season.
Charles Howell III made the most of the tough conditions to post an eight-under-par-64 and lead the RSM Classic after the first round.
Amy Olson blistered Tiburón Golf Club for a nine-under-par-63 in the first round of the LPGA’s season-ending CME Group Tour Championship.
Defending champ Jon Rahm, Race to Dubai leader Francesco Molinari and Rory McIlroy are all in contention at the DP World Tour Championship.
Former European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley is struggling to make sense of the news that Rory McIlroy will be playing just two European Tour events next season.