The world's best golfers compete over four days to be crowned the AIG Women’s Open champion.
Each golfer plays 18 holes on four consecutive days (Thursday to Sunday).
The golfer who completes their 72 holes in the fewest shots will be declared the winner. A play-off will take place if two or more players are tied on the same score.
Explore a list of records and winners over the AIG Women's Open's illustrious history.
“The best crowd I've ever played [in front of] in my life."” Lilia Vu
“As a British person, the AIG Women's Open is without a doubt the one you want to win” Catriona Matthew
“I would love to win more AIG Women's Opens, it's still my favourite major by far” GeorgiA Hall
Players can qualify for the AIG Women’s Open through a variety of exemption categories. These will be published closer to the event.
Non-exempt players will also be able to qualify for the Championship through Pre-Qualifying and Final Qualifying.
The 2024 AIG Women's Open will be held at St Andrews' Old Course in Scotland, from 21-25 August, marking the 48th playing of the event and the 24th as a major championship.
From Jenny Lee Smith in 1976 to Lilia Vu in 2023, 40 different golfers have won the AIG Women’s Open.
An elite band of just five women have claimed victory in the Championship more than once – Karrie Webb, Sherri Steinhauer (3), Debbie Massey, Jiyai Shin and Yani Tseng (2).