The future AIG Women’s Open (formerly the Women’s British Open Championship) sites are typically predictable. The rotation of AIG Women’s Open venues often mirrors the British Open Rota, though there are occasional deviations.
The future AIG Women’s Open venues are typically announced a year at a time, unlike the future British Open venues, which are known usually 4-5 years out from the current year. However, in 2020, the R&A announced the venues through 2025.
Future AIG Women’s Open venues
- 2017 — Kingsbarns
- 2018 — Royal Lytham and St. Annes
- 2019 — Woburn Golf Club
- 2020 — Royal Troon
- 2021 — Carnoustie
- 2022 — Muirfield
- 2023 — Walton Heath
- 2024 — St. Andrews
- 2025 — Royal Porthcawl
There’s still much to be decided about the order of the Women’s British Open Rota for years to come.
Potential future Women’s British Open Championship sites
St. Andrews — Eventually, the Women’s British Open will get back to the Old Course. It has to happen. It’s on a track to host every 5-6 years, so look for it in 2019 or 2020.
Royal Birkdale — Birkdale could be in the running for 2019 or 2021, as it has been a frequent host for the championship.
Sunningdale — Sunningdale has been a frequent host of the championship, and it’s perfect for the Women’s and Senior British Opens.