The Final
Eden Course, St Andrews, Scotland

Friendly and fast, the unique female team pairs competition is open to mothers and daughters, friends and family members – all for just £2 per player.

Over 17,000 women and girls from more than 850 clubs across Great Britain and Ireland competed in 2021 with the young Pitlochry pair of Isla Johnston, aged only 14, and Lauren Cameron, 22, winning the 16-team Grand Final in St Andrews. Established in 1953 to celebrate the Queen’s Coronation, the Coronation Foursomes is open to all members of affiliated golf clubs in Great Britain and Ireland who hold a hold a current World Handicap System (WHS) Index of 40.0 or under.

Eden Course, St Andrews

Local qualifying takes place at clubs across Great Britain and Ireland, with players coming through one of 16 Area Finals in a bid to seal their spot in St Andrews. The Final is staged on the Eden Course with the winners securing a Pro-Am place in the AIG Women’s Open the following year. The 32 finalists in 2021 also enjoyed staying at the prestigious Old Course Hotel Golf Resort & Spa as part of the Grand Final experience.


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Women & Girls' Golf


The Women in Golf Charter was created by The R&A in 2018 to inspire an industry-wide commitment and conversation with the ultimate goal of enabling more women and girls to maximise their potential at all levels of the sport.  The #FOREeveryone campaign creates a more accessible platform which the golf industry is uniting behind and through which existing and prospective golfers can engage.