Future Women's British Open sites: Woburn in 2019, Royal Troon in 2020

Future Women’s British Open sites: Woburn in 2019, Royal Troon in 2020

The future sites of the Women's British Open are often decided on a year-to-year basis, without much lead time for players and fans to know where they'll be playing one of the LPGA's five majors in the coming years.

However, the R&A announced during the 2018 edition of the tournament where the Women's British Open will be held in 2019 and 2020.

In 2019, Woburn Golf Club in England will host. Woburn has hosted this championship the most number of times since it was created in 1976, including seven consecutive years from 1990-1996. Woburn last hosted in 2016, with Ariya Jutanugarn winning her first major championship there.

In 2020, Royal Troon will host the Women's British Open. This will mark the first time Royal Troon has been a Women's British Open host. The Scottish links hosted the 2016 British Open Championship, won by Henrik Stenson in a classic duel with Phil Mickelson on the final day. Stenson's closing 63 put him on 20-under total, becoming the second player in major championship history to hit that mark en route to posting the lowest aggregate total in major history.

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