Tickets for the KPMG Women’s Irish Open 2023 now on sale

Women's Irish Open

The KPMG Women’s Irish Open has officially released tickets for their 2023 tournament at Dromoland Castle from 31st August until 3rd September. The Ladies European Tour event tees up in the week ahead of the Men’s Irish Open and will once again bring Irish star, Leona Maguire, and a host of elite female golfers to Dromoland Castle.

Dromoland Castle priced the perfect setting in 2022 and the 18-hole 6,824 yards par 72 championship course will once again play host for this year’s KPMG Women’s Irish Open. The world class course, underwent a €2 million upgrade in advance of the 2022 tournament and is currently undergoing more renovations ahead of the 2023 event.

The 2022 tournament was won by Klara Spilková from the Czech Republic, overcoming Ursula Wikström and Nicole Broch Estrup in a nail-biting playoff on Sunday. Irish golfing star and KPMG ambassador, Leona Maguire made a run at the title over the weekend and will return to county Clare as she seeks to become the first Irish winner of the event.


Europe’s top professional golfers will also once again descend on Dromoland Castle in August to compete for the €400,000 prize fund and tickets are now on sale.

Mark Nolan, Managing Director at Dromoland Castle commented, We are delighted to welcome back the Ladies European Tour as Dromoland Castle plays host to the KPMG Women’s Irish Open. On the back of the incredible success of last year’s event which returned  after a 10 year absence, we are incredibly proud and excited to showcase the very best of women’s golf to both an Irish and international audience. 

“With continued investment on our 18 Hole Championship Golf Course this winter and a full refurb of our clubhouse facilities, we are looking forward to welcoming record crowds to the West of Ireland once again for this year’s renewal. 

“Working alongside our sponsors we aim to put on an even bigger and better event this coming August and look forward to welcoming you all to Dromoland Castle for the KPMG Women’s Irish Open.”

Cian Branagan – Tournament Director & CEO of ForeFront Sports said, “After last year’s record attendance, many of the players remarked that the KPMG Women’s Irish Open felt like a Major Championship. We will look to go one better this year and attract thousands more with a world class field along with new enhancements on site, including a new spectator village area, new course investment by Dromoland Castle and a specific family day over the weekend with music and activities for all to enjoy – it’s truly an unmissable event”.

Seamus Hand, KPMG Managing Partner, said, “Seamus Hand, KPMG Managing Partner, said, “It was brilliant to see the enthusiasm for the KPMG Women’s Irish Open last year. We are looking forward to supporting another successful tournament this year in the beautiful Dromoland Castle, and once again to cheering our own ambassador Leona Maguire on home soil. We are very proud of our ongoing commitment to developing, advancing, and empowering women’s sports in Ireland.”

To secure your tickets and keep up to date with the latest player announcements for the KPMG Women’s Irish Open, please visit You can also follow the tournament via social media by following @womensirishopen on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and Facebook.

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One response to “Tickets for the KPMG Women’s Irish Open 2023 now on sale”

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    Andrew Callinan

    Ticket price for Thursday.

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