Scotland, St Andrews
AIG Women's Open
Wed Aug 21 2024 - Sun Aug 25 2024
The AIG Women’s Open is becoming one of the fastest growing tournaments in professional female golf with iconic courses, legendary players, and unforgettable experiences.
This major tournament encompasses the best that golf has to offer, as rising stars and celebrated icons battle it out to be crowned the AIG Women’s Open Champion. Be sure to register your interest if you’d like to attend the AIG Women’s Open with Golfbreaks.
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- Unforgettable fan experience for all
- Historic major championship in the women's game
- Official AIG Women’s Open tickets
- Watch the world’s best golfers from the LPGA & LET
- Play at the legendary St Andrews, the Home of Golf
One of the fastest growing tournaments
First played at Fulford in York in 1976, after evolving from the Ladies Amateur Stroke Play Championship to include professional players, the AIG Women’s Open has quickly grown to become the most international major in women's golf and one of the most prestigious.
We have seen plenty of incredible women rise through the rankings at this spectacular tournament, including Michelle Wie, Anna Nordqvist, Lydia Ko, Danielle Kang and the 2018 AIG Women's Open champion Georgia Hall.
Not only has this tournament been host to an abundance of inspiring golfers but has also been held at some of Britain’s best golf courses. Kingsbarns, Royal Lytham & St Annes, Muirfield and Sunningdale are just a few of the renowned courses that have held the AIG Women’s Open and the line-ups for 2024 and 2025 are just as impressive with St Andrews and Royal Porthcawl confirmed as the next hosts.
History of the AIG Women’s Open
The first Women's British Open was played in 1976 when the Ladies' British Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship was extended to include the five professionals, with the players competing for a total prize fund of £500. Now, this iconic event attracts the best 144 professional and amateur female golfers from around the world, boasting the strongest field in golf, with over £2million prize money at stake.
Unlike its male counterpart, the Women's Open has not adopted a links-only policy. Held over 72 holes, the tournament is hosted at varying types of British courses including parkland, heathland and the more traditional links layouts.
At first, organisers found it difficult to get the most prestigious courses to agree to host the event, with the exception of Royal Birkdale, which hosted it twice during its early days. However, In 2010, four additional Open Championship venues became first-time hosts for the women's event, including Carnoustie, Royal Liverpool, Royal Troon and Muirfield.
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Women in Golf Charter
Over the past 25 years, Golfbreaks have become one of the world’s largest and well-established golf travel companies known for delivering outstanding choice, value, and service.
In 2019, we launched our Women in Golf initiative being the only tour operator to sign the R&A Women in Golf Charter and cementing our commitments as a company to growing the women’s game and driving change throughout the sport for the better.
Over the last few years, we have seen an incredible growth in the women’s game through a number of sports, such as football and tennis, but we believe now is the time for women’s golf to thrive and what better way than showing your support at the AIG Women’s Open.
See the Home of Golf for yourself...
The 2024 AIG Women's Open is due to be held at the world renowned St Andrew's Old Course, the Home of Golf and multiple time host of The Open Championship.
St Andrews Old Course is one of the most famous courses in the world, and has been in existence since the 15th century. Located in St Andrews in Scotland and known for its challenging layout, this course is considered a once-in-a-lifetime experience by many golfers.
St Andrews combines quality golf with a rich golfing history. The club has hosted the Open Championship 30 times since 1873, most recently in 2022.
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