Ladies European Tour announces its calendar

In terms of prizes, in 2024 more than 34 million euros will be distributed, including a purse of 5 million dollars in the Aramco Saudi Ladies International Presented by PIF, which will be held for the first time at the Riyadh Golf Club

by Andrea Gussoni
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Ladies European Tour announces its calendar
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The Ladies European Tour (LET) is preparing for a historic year in 2024 with 31 events scheduled in 20 countries around the world. Highlights will include the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the Solheim Cup in Gainesville, Virginia, and the British Open in Saint Andrews, which will close qualifying for the European Solheim Cup team.

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LET Director General Alexandra Armas said: "The 2024 calendar will provide a platform for our talented athletes to showcase their best selves. The tournaments will showcase star-studded fields and entertainment in 20 different countries, representing "There are important global opportunities for our players to transcend the traditional golf audience.

It is an exciting time, with the arrival of Olympic golf in Europe and another exciting Solheim Cup on the horizon. We look forward to sharing the journey with our fans around the world." In terms of prizes, in 2024 more than 34 million euros will be distributed, including a purse of 5 million dollars in the Aramco Saudi Ladies International Presented by PIF, which will be held for the first time at the Riyadh Golf Club.

The season will kick off again in February with the Magical Kenya Ladies Open, followed by Saudi Arabia and the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco. All of this makes up a year full of events that promises to be unforgettable for golf lovers.

In March, the Ladies European Tour (LET) will embark on a journey to the United States to compete in the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF - USA. In the same month, the renowned Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club will host the New South Wales Open for the first time and subsequently the Australian Women's Classic will be held at the Bonville Golf Resort, as part of the tournaments in Australia.

During the month of April, the Tour will move to South Africa to play the Joburg Ladies Open and the Investec South African Women's Open, which will have a renovated venue, the Erinvale Country and Golf Estate, in Cape Town.

As for Spain, it will have the honor of hosting two important tournaments. Then in May, the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF - Seoul will take place in South Korea, followed by the Amundi German Masters, the first tournament in Europe this year.

The Jabra Ladies Open, another important competition, returns to the prestigious Evian Resort Golf Club, in France. In June, the LET will have the opportunity to enjoy a fortnight in Sweden with the Dormy Open Helsingborg, which will be held for the second year in a row at the Allerum Golf Club, and the Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed, which will move to the nearby Vasatorps Golf Club.

Additionally, the Tour will play in another event in Europe, information about which will be announced soon. Finally, the circuit will conclude with the celebration of the Tipsport Czech Ladies Open, the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open and the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF - London.

The women's golf season is packed with exciting events in different parts of the world. The Evian Resort Golf Club in France will host the Amundi Evian Championship, where the talented Céline Boutier won her first Grand Slam in 2023.

Additionally, the Dutch Ladies Open presented by Golf.NL is within reach of LET players. In August, female golfers will have the opportunity to represent their countries at the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics through the Olympic Golf Qualification at Le Golf National (Versailles).

The Tour then moves to Scotland for the Women's Scottish Open and the famous Old Course at St. Andrews will be the site of the British AIG Women's Open for the third time in its history. To continue, the KPMG Women's Irish Open will take place at Carton House's O'Meara Course.

In September, the exciting Solheim Cup returns to the United States, at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia, where Europe will try to maintain the trophy and achieve its fourth consecutive victory. Golf Barrière Deauville will be the venue for the Lacoste Ladies Open de France, followed by the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF-Asia.

Then, the Hero Women's Indian Open and the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF-Riyadh. The season will culminate in Spain with the Mallorca Ladies Golf Open and the Andalucía Costa del Sol Open in Spain for the fifth consecutive year.

A year full of exciting women's golf around the world! In total, 25 events will be broadcast on television, via highlights packages or live global broadcasts during 2024. Coverage will include a wide variety of events, all presented with the highest level of professionalism and dedication.

Viewers will be able to enjoy the events live, or relive highlights through highlights packages. In any case, we are committed to providing an unparalleled experience and meeting the expectations of our viewers.

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