LET announces global schedule for 2024

The Ladies European Tour (LET) is set for another historic year in 2024, with 31 events set to take place across 20 countries.

The highlights include the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the Solheim Cup in the US, and the AIG Women’s Open at St Andrews.

“The 2024 schedule will give our talented athletes a platform to show their best,” said LET CEO Alexandra Armas. “Our tournaments will showcase star-studded fields and entertainment in 20 different countries and there will be significant global opportunities for our players to transcend a traditional golf audience. It’s an exciting time, with Olympic golf coming to Europe and another thrilling Solheim Cup on the horizon. We look forward to sharing the journey with our fans worldwide.”

Players will compete for more than €34million in total prize money, including a purse of $5million at the Aramco Saudi Ladies International Presented by PIF, which will be played at Riyadh Golf Club for the first time.

The season will begin with the Magical Kenya Ladies Open in February, before travelling to Saudi Arabia, and then visiting Morocco for the Lalla Meryem Cup.

In March, the LET travels to the US for the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF – USA. Later in March, Magenta Shores Golf and Country Club will host the New South Wales Open for the first time, followed by the Australian Women’s Classic at Bonville Golf Resort as part of a fortnight down under.

In April, the tour will travel to South Africa for the Joburg Ladies Open and the Investec South African Women’s Open.

In May, the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF – Seoul, will be played in the Republic of Korea, followed by the Amundi German Masters, the first tournament of the year in Europe. The Jabra Ladies Open will then take place at the Evian Resort Golf Club in France.

In June, the LET will enjoy a fortnight in Sweden with the Dormy Open Helsingborg and the Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed. The LET will then play another soon-to-be announced event in Europe, followed by the Tipsport Czech Ladies Open, the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open, and the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF – London.

The Amundi Evian Championship at Evian Resort Golf Club in France, where Céline Boutier raised her first major trophy in 2023, is back in July, followed by the Dutch Ladies Open, powered by Golf.NL.

LET athletes will also have the opportunity to compete for their home countries at the Paris 2024 Summer Olympic Games at Le Golf National in August via the Olympic Golf Rankings.

The tour then continues to Scotland for the Women’s Scottish Open and the AIG Women’s Open, to be played on the Old Course at St Andrews for the third time.

The O’Meara course at Carton House will then host the KPMG Women’s Irish Open.

In September, a year on from the dramatic showdown between the United States and Europe in Spain, the Solheim Cup returns to the United States at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia – where Team Europe will attempt to keep the trophy in European hands for the fourth time in a row.

The LET then returns to Golf Barrière Deauville for the Lacoste Ladies Open de France, followed by the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF – Asia. After that, there’s the Hero Women’s Indian Open and the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF – Riyadh.

The season concludes with a fortnight in Spain, starting at the Mallorca Ladies Golf Open before rounding out the year at the Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España for the fifth year in a row.

In total, 25 events will be televised, either via highlights packages or with a full live world feed.