With Ellie Goulding providing the soundtrack and world-class golf to the fore, there is no better day out this weekend than a trip to the AIG Women’s Open at Walton Heath.
The final major of the year is well under way in Surrey, with American Ally Ewing heading a truly international field.
In golf, Saturday is often referred to as ‘moving day’; the day when would-be victors begin to make their move, while final-round drama on Sundays is almost always guaranteed.
But there is so much more going on at Walton Heath this week than just the world-class golf.
BRIT-nominated pop star Goulding – supported by Pixey – will end the current leg of her UK tour in Tadworth after play has finished on Saturday night, with adult tickets available for £60, youth tickets at £45 and junior tickets just £25.
If the concert is on a bit too late for you, there is plenty more to do during the day. As you’ll see, the AIG Women's Open really is the ultimate family day out.
From diverse street food to shops and bars, there's something for everyone in our festival fan village, designed to generate a fun, vibrant and welcoming atmosphere.
Why not join us at the Golf It! Zone in the Festival Fan Village, featuring a mini-golf course inspired by pinball, table football, pool and even the solar system! Think of Golf It! as the sport's equivalent of the funfair, a facility guaranteed to generate plenty of smiles and some great family memories.
Simply put, there couldn’t be a better place to pick up a golf club for the very first time.
With nine holes located across the Championship site featuring everything from activities to quizzes, you and the family will not want to miss this. Did we mention there’s an opportunity to win a prize? Head to the Festival Fan Village reception to pick up your Treasure Hunt Trail Map to get started.
A celebration of women in sport, business and lifestyle, the Sessions Stage brings together leading athletes, opinion leaders and influencers to discuss all the hottest topics in women’s sport.
Visitors can also embark on guided nature trails, allowing you to join guides from the RSPB and The R&A to discover the range of species thriving at Walton Heath and how golf courses are working to ensure ecosystems are nurtured and protected.
Single-day tickets, weekend tickets – which include the concert – are also available while kids go free on Sunday, the day the trophy is awarded.