2016 – Woburn Golf & Country Club, England
Woburn Golf Club first hosted The Women’s British Open Championship in 1984 and has since hosted the Championship on nine occasions over the Dukes course, returning firstly in 1990 for seven consecutive years and again in 1999.
The 2016 Ricoh Women’s British Open will mark the 10th staging of the event at Woburn but the first as a Major Championship having become an official LPGA Major in 2001.
The 2016 Championship will be hosted on the Marquess course for the first time.
For more information on the Woburn Golf Club please visit the website HERE
2017 – Kingsbarns Golf Links, Scotland
Kingsbarns Golf Links will be hosting it’s first Ricoh Women’s British Open having played host to the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship since 2001, the 2010 Open Final Qualifying and the 2013 Ricoh Women’s British Open Final Qualifying,
Kingsbarns has been widely acclaimed by players and media alike since opening 14 years ago and has fitted seamlessly into the famous golfing landscape of St Andrews.
Kingsbarns joins a stellar list of courses on the Championship rota and is universally thought to be one of the World’s best modern courses, ranked Number One in GolfWeek’s Top 100 modern courses within the UK and ranked 18th on Golf Digest’s Top 100 Best Courses Outside the United States.
For more information on Kingsbarns please visit the official website HERE