Entries officially being accepted for AIG Women’s Open

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Sister Act! Lauren and Clodagh Walsh in action last year at Carnoustie (Photo by David Cannon/R&A/R&A via Getty Images)

Golfers pursuing a place in the AIG Women’s Open at Muirfield can now submit entries for Pre-Qualifying and Final Qualifying events taking place in July and August this year.

Players who already have an exemption into the AIG Women’s Open can submit an entry form via www.aigwomensopen.com.

Pre-Qualifying will take place on Monday 11 July at The Buckinghamshire with Final Qualifying being played at North Berwick on Monday 1 August.

A minimum of three golfers will earn their place in the AIG Women’s Open to be played at Muirfield from 4-7 August.

Those golfers wanting to play in Pre-Qualifying and Final Qualifying can view the entry criteria and submit an entry form via www.aigwomensopen.com.

Zoe Ridgway, Tournament Director – AIG Women’s Open at The R&A, said, “Qualifying events are an important pathway into the AIG Women’s Open for golfers who dream of competing in a major championship. We would like to thank The Buckinghamshire and North Berwick for hosting Pre-Qualifying and Final Qualifying. We very much look forward to seeing which golfers secure the opportunity to play in the AIG Women’s Open when it is hosted at Muirfield for the first time.”

The AIG Women’s Open will take place from 4 – 7 August 2022 at Muirfield, with tickets now on sale via www.aigwomensopen.com. The Championship will follow government guidance in relation to spectator attendance.

Adult tickets will start from £30 with children aged under 16 years old admitted free of charge. Spectators aged 16-24 years old will be entitled to purchase youth tickets starting from £15. A £5 Mastercard discount is available once per person.

Hospitality options are now on sale with further information available at www.aigwomensopen.com/championsclub.

For further information on the AIG Women’s Open or to purchase tickets, please visit www.aigwomensopen.com.

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