At Dromoland Castle
Dromoland Castle are delighted to announce the return of the Women’s Irish Open, to be staged on our 450-acre estate's 18-hole Championship Course, from September 22nd to 25th. The return of the Ladies European Tour (LET) event is also being supported by the Irish Government and Clare County Council and will be the first time women's professional golf shall be plated in the Republic of Ireland since 2012.
Held 15 times between 1994 and 2012 the Championship has been won by some of Europe's top golfers including Norway's Suzanne Petterson, Sweden's Sophie Gustafson, England's Laura Davies and most recently by the 2021 Solheim Cup winning Captain, Scotland's Catriona Matthew. The 2022 Women's Irish Open promises to be an unmissable event in the Irish sporting calendar and will see Europe's leading professional female golfers battle it out for a total prize fund of €400,000.
Tickets are not yet available for this event.
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“We are absolutely thrilled that Dromoland Castle will play host to this year’s Women’s Irish Open as it makes its long-awaited return to the LET Schedule. The golf course at Dromoland Castle is one of the most elegant and beautiful parkland courses in Ireland and we look forward to welcoming Europe’s top players descending upon the castle later this year. We believe today’s announcement is reflective both of the quality of the course and of the facilities which we have invested in and upgraded significantly in recent years” - Mark Nolan, Managing Director
Located on the shores of Lough Dromoland in Co. Clare, Dromoland Castle play hosts to an impressive
18-hole par 72 well renowned championship parkland course. Designed by Ron Kirby and JB Carr,
The Castle’s impressive parkland course combines gentle hills, ancient trees and unexpected water hazards
which will deliver a demanding and exhilarating course for Europe’s elite golfers in September. One of the finest parkland courses
in Ireland, in recent years, Dromoland Castle has invested over €2 million into upgrading both the course at Dromoland Castle and the practice facilities which accompany it, providing a world class experience for all who play it.