Irish Golfer Magazine are proud to announce that we are the Official Media Partners of this month’s KPMG Women’s Irish Open which is set for Dromoland Castle from September 22-25.
The Women’s Irish Open returns to the island after a 10-year absence and IrishGolfer.ie will help you stay ahead of the game with all the latest from the eagerly-anticipated event which will be headlined by LPGA Tour star, Leona Maguire.
“Its great to have the team at Irish Golfer involved as media partners of the event” said Maguire. “They have always been so supportive of me throughout every step of my career and cover the woman’s game in Ireland at every level so well”
Commenting on the partnership Peter Finnan & John Shortt, Directors at Irish Golfer added “We’re delighted to come on board as the Official Media Partner for what promises to be a landmark event at Dromoland Castle later this month”
“Given the performances of Leona Maguire and Stephanie Meadow on a global stage for the past number of years, it’s extremely important to see that represented on a Ladies European Tour schedule.
“A Women’s Irish Open is pivotal in inspiring the next generation of talent, both girls and boys, and we can’t wait to help tell that story over the coming weeks in partnership with what’s sure to be an extremely exciting occasion on the Irish sporting calendar.”
Defending champion, Catriona Matthew will join Maguire in what’s shaping up to be a terrific field ahead of the €400,000 tournament, with this year’s runaway Scandinavian Mixed winner, Linn Grant, also committed to the tournament.
This year will mark the 16th edition of an event that boasts a past winners’ list that includes current Solheim Cup Captain, Suzann Pettersen, England’s Laura Davies and the 2021 Solheim Cup winning Captain, Matthew.
Keep an eye on our site and social media channels for some exclusive giveaways in the lead up to the event.
Tickets to see the stars of the LET in action at the KPMG Women’s Irish Open are on sale now at www.womensirishopen.ie. Four-day tickets are priced at €35 while single-day tickets will cost €15. Under 16s attending the event will also be admitted free of charge.