Simply get there early and use the public park & ride. Only a few minutes away. You've then got the freedom to go where you want after watching play.Thanks for this did not think to book train in advanced thought they would be that frequent could just jump on . Other option is taxi I guess which might also be a massive challenge
You don't book a ticket like on the inter-city trains just buy your ticket the day before saves queueing the next day. Don't forget to tell ticket staff you want it for the next day. You can also buy a digital ticket for same day if you've a smartphoneThanks for this did not think to book train in advanced thought they would be that frequent could just jump on . Other option is taxi I guess which might also be a massive challenge
Park & Ride systems have always been slick at The Open.
Personally I would say no. It’s a 5 min walk to the station from where you’re staying. A direct train straight there. Driving you need to go through the tunnel which will likely be very busy. Then your not driving right to the course but to a car park which you them have to get a bus. As people have said the park and rides for the open are usually very slick but for me personally I think the train would be much easierWould park and ride be a better option than the train from Liverpool to Hoylake in terms of waiting and queues?