The Women’s British Open is a major championship in women’s professional golf. It is recognised by both the LPGA Tour and the Ladies European Tour as a major. The reigning champion is Georgia Hall, who won by two shots at Royal Lytham & St Annes in 2018 to earn her first major title.
Location: United Kingdom
Month played: August
Length: 6,744 yards (6,167 m) (in 2019)
Par: 72 (in 2019)
Tours: LPGA (1984, 1994–), Ladies European Tour (1979–)
The 2019 Women’s British Open will be headlined by AIG, a leading global insurance organisation.AIG’s initial five-year commitment marks an exciting new era for the most international major in the women’s game, having taken over the title sponsorship from Ricoh, who after 12 successful years have moved into an official supplier role for the Championship.
Woburn Golf Club’s stunning Marquess’ course will be the scene of the 43rd edition from 1-4 August, 2019, marking the Bedfordshire club’s 11th time as Championship host.
A stone’s throw from London, Woburn Golf Club is a golf fan’s dream. The undulation and mixed woodland of the Marquess’ course will provide a stern test for the world’s best players, including defending champion Georgia Hall of England. Away from the course, you will be spoiled for choice of food and drink options, entertainment and retail in the event’s impressive Championship Village.