In 2022, the AIG Women's Open will be played at Muirfield for the very first time.
An historic golf course that has played an integral role in Championship golf, Muirfield will present a wonderful test for the game's greatest golfers.
Our continuing commitment to inspiring the next generation of golfers ensures that children’s tickets are free, meaning families can enjoy a memorable time together at the AIG Women's Open.
For spectators traveling using public bus services. Services pass the entrance to the spectator car park; this is the North Berwick to Edinburgh line 124 provided by Lothian Buses. Please use the stop at Goose on the green which is a short walk to the spectator entrance.
More information on these services can be found here
There are two apps in use at the AIG Women’s Open. The AIG Women’s Open app and The AIG Women’s Open Tickets app.
The AIG Women’s Open App
The AIG Women's Open app has a live scoring leader board, with up to date, hole-by-hole scoring from each round. You can customise how your leader board looks, and receive notifications based on your preferences. You can also view pop-ups of every player's full scorecard, all live and within the app.
The AIG Women’s Open Tickets App
Tickets for the AIG Women’s Open will be delivered digitally via the AIGWO Tickets App. The AIGWO Tickets App provides a secure means to manage and transfer your tickets. More information about The AIG Women’s Open Tickets app can be found here.
Both apps are available to download now on IOS and Android devices.
|Day||Gate Opens||Hours of Play|
|Thursday 4 August||6:00AM||Throughout the day|
|Friday 5 August||6:00AM||Throughout the day|
|Saturday 6 August||9:00AM||Throughout the day|
|Sunday 7 August||9:00AM||Throughout the day|
There will be public grandstand seats located around the course for spectators to enjoy the action.
Take a break from the course and spend some time at the Spectator Village at Muirfield. With a number of food and beverage offers, and a giant TV screen, there is no need to miss any of the golf.
In the Spectator Village you will also find the Swingzone, where you can book a free 15-minute lesson with a PGA Professional or take part in the Long Putt Challenge.
You will also have the opportunity to take a photo with the AIG Women’s Open trophy, which will be on display in the Spectator Village at certain times each day.
Keep up to date with all the action through one of the many electronic leaderboards situated around the course, or relax and watch the day unfold on the large video screen located in the Spectator Village area.
The AIG Women's Open is committed to offering a wide variety of sustainable, locally sourced and healthy food options at catering facilities on course and in the Spectator Village.
A number of hot and cold food outlets will be available, along with a number of beverage outlets. The Championship truly is a celebration of golf and there is nowhere better to celebrate with friends and family.
Free water refilling stations will be available across the AIG Women’s Open with reusable stainless steel water bottles available for purchase. Alternatively, please bring your own from home.
The AIG Women’s Open will be operated as a cashless site and only credit or debit cards can be used to purchase food & beverage.
The AIG Women’s Open Shop will feature a range of functional and progressive adidas golf apparel and souvenirs.
The AIG Women’s Open will be operated as a cashless site and only credit or debit cards can be used to purchase goods.
The R&A will do its utmost to accommodate all spectators at the AIG Women's Open. Although all parking is complimentary at this event, please be advised that if you present your Blue Badge on arrival, one of our attendants will direct you to the area reserved for Accessible Parking.
Please note that we do not provide wheelchairs/motorised scooters for hire at the event. If you or a member of your group use a wheelchair/scooter, we ask that you contact the Ticket Office on +44(0)1334 460010 or email prior to the event.
Wheelchair viewing areas will be available in front of selected grandstands throughout the course, on a first come, first served basis. Access will also be available to additional members of your group (a maximum of 2) who will be provided with seating.
For mobility impaired spectators who require a seat, accessible positions will be available on a first come first serve basis. During busy periods a portion of accessible positions will be marked for use near entry/exit points. The stands will be manned by Marshals who will be able to assist further on the day.
Toilet and Accessible facilities will also be available at various points around the course which will include Ladies, Gents and Accessible units.
• No Ladders, (including step ladders), boxes, crates, (including folding crates), periscopes, selfie sticks and other similar items used to achieve an elevated viewing position.
• No lawn or oversize chairs, folding chairs (with the exception of seating/tripod sticks), or any similar seating item deemed inappropriate by The R&A (or authorised person).
• No items which are, or in the opinion of The R&A (or any authorised person) could be used as a weapon, including firearms, knives, corkscrews and personal protection sprays
• No pyrotechnic devices including fireworks, explosives, smoke canisters, flares, laser pointers or similar items.
• No noise producing devices including air horns, portable speakers, PA systems, megaphones or similar items used for amplification or broadcast.
• No unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), including drones, model aircraft, kites or similar airborne crafts/items.
• No Bicycles (unless authorised by The R&A), skateboards, skates and other ride on equipment, except those required to be used as mobility aids by registered persons with mobility impairment.
• No promotional, commercial, political, religious or items deemed offensive of whatever nature, including but not limited to clothing, banners, signs, symbols and leaflets used for ambush marketing or other similar unauthorised promotional purposes.
• No professional cameras and video cameras or any photographic equipment used for commercial purposes.
• All bags may be subject to search. Oversized bags (greater than A3 in size) deemed inappropriate by The R&A (and/or authorised person) may be denied entry.
• No pets except for service animals.
• No alcoholic beverages.
Spectators will not be able to attend the practice days of the AIG Women’s Open this year (with or without tickets).
For any customers interested in hospitality products at the AIG Women’s Open, please contact our Hospitality team at Experiences@AIGWomensOpen.com for further information.
This year, all tickets will be issued digitally. Tickets for the AIG Women’s Open are available now.
You should have received a text message inviting you to download the AIG Women’s Open Tickets App and claim your tickets. If you have not gotten this message, to get access to your tickets please search for “AIGWO Tickets” within your smart phone’s app store and download the ticketing app.
Please create an account using the email you purchased your tickets with and the tickets will be waiting for you in the app.
More information about The AIG Women’s Open Tickets app can be found here.
All tickets for Juniors (Under 16-years-old as of July 30 2022) are free of charge. However, all Juniors must have a valid course admission ticket to attend the AIG Women’s Open, as well as being accompanied by a responsible adult who also holds a ticket. Junior tickets can be acquired as part of the online ticket purchase journey on AIGWomensOpen.com. Junior tickets will also be available at the gate (subject to availability).
If you would like to add a junior ticket to an existing order in advance, please contact us by email at Tickets@AIGWomensOpen.com, or by phone on +44 (0) 1334 460 010, and a member of our team will be delighted to assist you.
We do not offer any concessions for seniors. We offer Adult, Youth (16-25) and Junior (under 16) Daily tickets, in addition to Four-Day Passes and Weekend Tickets.
Parking at the AIG Women’s Open will be complimentary and we will encourage driving to Muirfield for spectators wherever possible. Please follow all signage to the event where parking attendants will direct you to the appropriate parking.
Parking at the AIG Women’s Open cannot be booked in advance. Please follow all signage to the event and advise the parking attendants upon arrival that you require Accessible Parking. Upon presentation of your Blue Badge, the attendants will direct you to the Accessible Parking for the event.
For the AIG Women’s Open, all ticketholders will be able to leave the Championship and return later in the day, if it is the same person returning, and they can present a valid ticket and an untampered wristband upon re-entry.
The only official source of tickets for the AIG Women’s Open is via AIGWomensOpen.com. Any tickets made available on websites such as Viagogo, Safetickets.net, Stubhub, eBay or Gumtree are not done so with the permission of The R&A and are subject to unregulated pricing. We have also encountered issues in the past in which photoshopped tickets or cancelled tickets were sold via these platforms. We strongly recommend that customers do not purchase tickets from third party re-sellers as tickets sold on these sites are likely to be refused entry to the Championship.
If you wish to cancel your order, you may do so by informing us within 48 hours of purchase. If you would like to be considered as an exception to the above policy, please contact us at Tickets@AIGWomensOpen.com, explaining your circumstances. Any refund requests made after August 2 2022 cannot be facilitated under any circumstances.