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The excitement of the 2020 AIG Women's Open at Royal Troon has barely begun and we're already getting more great news.

The R&A has revealed that the AIG Women's Open will take place at five of the most iconic courses in the UK over the next few years, and we see this as further proof that the women's game is rapidly growing from strength to strength.

So without further ado, we're proud to reveal the venues for the Major championship from 2021 to 2025....

2021 – Carnoustie

2022 – Muirfield

2023 – Walton Heath

2024 – St Andrews

2025 – Royal Porthcawl

Oh. My. Word.

We don't know which one we're more buzzing for.

It's the first time that Muirfield, Walton Heath and Royal Porthcawl have ever hosted the huge event, and we can't wait to see what the girls make of these historic courses.

Martin Slumbers, Chief Executive of The R&A, said:

“With our partners at AIG, we have a real ambition to grow and elevate the AIG Women's Open for the benefit of the world's leading golfers and so we are excited to confirm our intention to play the next five championships at these renowned courses.

“It has truly been a collaborative effort from all the venues involved to make this schedule possible and the flexibility that they have shown in adjusting their own calendars has been vital in allowing us to confirm our plans for the championship through to 2025.

“We are grateful for their support, particularly during a time when golf has been impacted by the on-going pandemic, and we look forward to working with these venues to deliver an outstanding experience to be enjoyed by everyone involved in the AIG Women’s Open.”

You can start planning next year's trip to Carnoustie now, too.

Confirmed to take place from August 16 to 22, 2021 tickes are sale now with adult passes starting from £20 and kids under 16 admitted free of charge. 

For more information please visit aigwomensopen.com.

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