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The AIG Women's Open will take place at St Andrews – the home of golf – between 21-25 August 2024.

It will be the third time the iconic Old Course will have staged the prestigious Championship.

American Stacy Lewis was the victor in 2013, closing with back-to-back birdies to register an unassailable clubhouse lead of eight-under-par.

She said: “I love this golf course more than any other links course I’ve played.

“I think it’s more the history of it than anything, just knowing all the great champions have played here. Golf was started here.”

Lorena Ochoa was the first player to win the Championship at St Andrews in 2007.

The Mexican star led from the ninth hole of the opening round, eventually finishing four shots clear of the chasing pack on five-under-par.

Nineteen different venues have hosted the AIG Women’s Open since its inception in 1976 but perhaps none more revered than the famed links at St Andrews.


Find out more about each of the 18 holes on St Andrews' fabled Old Course.

Course Guide

World-Class Golf

World number one Nelly Korda will lead a 144-strong field, who will battle it out for the coveted AIG Women’s Open trophy on one of golf’s most famous and loved courses.

Defending champion Lilia Vu, in-form Hannah Green and home favourite Charley Hull will be among the elite golfers set to thrill fans across four days of Championship action.

It’s the final major of the year – and it’s being played at the home of golf.


Nelly Korda lines up a putt at the US Open

Live Entertainment

Tom Grennan is the headline act at this year’s AIG Women’s Open.

Set to perform on Saturday 24 August, Tom found huge success with his breakthrough UK number one and Brit-certified Gold album Evering Road, which includes platinum-selling anthems Little Bit Of Love and By Your Side.

His second album What Ifs & Maybes debuted at number one on the UK albums chart last year and has accumulated over 1.7 billion streams on Spotify alone. A passionate golfer, Tom will perform a range of his classic alternative indie hits at St Andrews.


Tom Grennan will perform at the AIG Women

Festival Fan Village

There will be something for everyone in our festival fan village, designed to generate a fun, vibrant and welcoming atmosphere.

The festival village will host golf lessons, mini golf, shopping, bars, food trucks from a range of diverse vendors and a Sessions Stage, which will house a line-up of prominent figures from women’s sport, business and entertainment.

The AIG Women’s Open never stops playing; offering unrivalled competition on the course and unrivalled entertainment off the course.

Festival fan village at Walton Heath

Spectator Advice

We’ve taken care of the finer details so that you can prepare for an incredible day out.

So click below for everything you need to know to ensure your day is one to remember.


Three young golf fans at St Andrews

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