Please find listed below the Weather Forecast for The Open Championship 2014 at Royal Liverpool Golf Club.

As you can see from these early weather predictions for The Open 2014 from the Met Office it is forecast to rain so therefore spectators would be best come prepared with waterproofs and an umbrella just incase it gets wet during the four days of competitive play.

We shall be bringing you all regular updates throughout the 72 holes of Open Golf play so please stay tuned into GolfblogspotUK for all your 2014 Open Championship News, Blogs, Scores, Tee Times, Videos, Results and Information.

Royal Liverpool Golf Club Weather Forecast for The Open 2014

Tue Heavy Rain 13-18 Degrees Wind 9 mph from north-west
Wed Heavy Rain 14-20 Degrees Wind 9 mph from south south-west
Thu Sunny 17-22 Degrees Wind 3 mph from north-east
Fri Shower 17-26 Degrees Wind 18 mph from east south-east
Sat Light Rain 17-26 Degrees Wind 8 mph west north-west
Sun Light Rain 17-26 Degrees Wind 12 8 mph west north-west


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