The Open by Dean's

The Open by Dean's


Dean’s are proud to share a new range of all butter shortbread to celebrate The Open, including a limited edition tin designed to commemorate The 150th Open at the iconic Old Course at St Andrews. 

The range includes four tins and three cartons containing slowly hand-baked all-butter shortbread featuring stunning imagery from the Old Course at St Andrews.

The limited edition 150th tin features a unique image of The Old Course and will be available for a limited time only. Along with the ‘Elements’ and ‘The Open’ tins, these are filled with our melt in the mouth all butter petticoat tails. The range also includes The Open collection of three 300g cartons featuring stunning imagery from The Old Course at St Andrews and finally, a 75g tin of all butter shortbread rounds, designed to emulate a set of golf balls. 

Dean’s commercial director, Nick Watkin said “We are honoured to present this range of our all butter melt in the mouth shortbread for The Open.  With The 150th Open taking place back at the ‘home of golf’ it feels right that there should be a line of shortbread to commemorate this. The range this year makes an excellent keepsake or gift for any golf and shortbread fan.”

The Open by Dean’s range will be available to buy from Dean’s website and selected stockists around the UK.


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The Open was founded by pioneering golfers who had one guiding principle – to crown the Champion Golfer of the Year.
The Open has a remarkable legacy of inspiring Champions. For more than 150 years, the world’s finest golfers have set out to become the 'Champion Golfer of the Year'.


Since 1860, The Open has been played over some of the world’s most cherished links courses and has produced a remarkable legacy of great champions. It is golf's original and most international championship and the Claret Jug – first presented in 1873 – is one of the most iconic trophies in all of sport.


Millions around the world have been united by shared memories of the unforgettable moments that unfold at The Open.