Tony will be enjoying a summer of British golf this year as he prepares to divide his time between The Open Championship, the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship, and the Sky Sports studio.
He is set to return to Royal Troon for the Open Championship, which is due to take place from 14-17 July this year. He will be representing Glenmorangie as ambassador for the Official Spirit of the Open.
Tony will also host the 2016 Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship, held at the luxurious Nailcote Hall in Warwickshire from 26-29 July. This year’s edition marks the 8th time that he has hosted the event.
In between these tournaments, Tony will remain fully immersed within the golf sphere, taking place in the seats of the Sky Sports studio in London as they cover the Canadian Open from 18-24 July, and sharing his extensive golf insight with the sports giant’s pundits and viewers.