The final major in the 2022 global golf calendar sees the world’s best women golfers driving for show and putting for dough as they vie for the prestigious title… and the largest payout in women’s golf history!
Muirfield in Scotland will host the event for the very first time, and with a stack of prize money on the line ($3 million to be precise), you can be sure that the 144 professional and amateur golfers will put on a jaw-dropping show of golfing talent.
From enormous pinging drives, to elegant lofty chips, and precise putts that make the crowd go wild, you won’t want to miss a single shot at this magnificent golfing spectacle from 4th – 8th August.
How to Follow the Action
The AIG Women’s Open app allows you to have all the competition information you need, right there at your fingertips. With hole-by-hole scoring from each round, player-specific scorecards and more – it’ll keep up to date with your favourite golfers. The official 2022 AIG Women’s Open website is also rich with insights and info to keep you in the swing of the action at Muirfield.
Fancy Watching Live on the Course?
If you want to be closer to the action, you can buy tickets to the event and enjoy a great day out watching golfing heroes do what they do best.
Muirfield is located in East Lothian, on the east coast of the capital city Edinburgh, and spectators can travel to the event via road, train or air – or a combination, if required. There are also a bunch of hotels, B&Bs, and self-catering accommodation options available, perfect for your stay during the competition.
So, round up your friends and get ready for an unforgettable time at a spectacular golf course.
Players to Keep an Eye On
Chevron Championship winner Jennifer Kupcho, US Open winner Minjee Lee, Evian Championship winner Brooke Henderson, and Women’s PGA Championship winner Gee Chun will all be in action at Muirfield. Not to mention Anna Nordqvist, who won the 2021 AIG Women’s Open at Carnoustie by putting on an awe-inspiring display.
They’ll be joined by a bunch of other big names like World No.1 Jin Young Ko, Nelly and Jessica Korda, Lydia Thompson, and Hyo Joo Kim, to name but a few.
Who is your favourite golfer at the event, and who do you think will come out on top? Let us know in the comments below.