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Date
08 - 14 Aug 22
Venue
Carnoustie, Scotland


First played in 1919, the R&A Girls’ Amateur Championship is a highly coveted junior title.

Past winners include major champions and Solheim Cup players such as Anna Nordqvist, Suzann Pettersen, Azahara Munoz and Georgia Hall. More recently, Slovenia's Pia Babnik triumphed in 2019 and has already gone on to win on the Ladies’ European Tour. The winner gains exemptions into the Women’s Amateur Championship, the US Girls’ Junior Championship, Final Qualifying for the AIG Women’s Open and by tradition, an invite to compete at Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship.
Venue

Carnoustie

For the first time, the match play stages of the R&A Girls’ and Boys’ Amateur championships will be played simultaneously at one venue when they are held at Carnoustie. The Angus course hosted the AIG Women’s Open in 2021 and The Open in 2018 and is regarded as one of the greatest tests in golf.

Carnoustie Golf Course
Country
Scotland
Par
72
Founded
1842
Slope
139
Rating
75.2

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The Women's Amateur Championship

The Women's Amateur Championship is one of the leading championships in amateur golf for female golfers. The championship attracts an international field with an impressive list of former winners including McCormack Medal winner Leona Maguire and major champions Georgia Hall and Anna Nordqvist. The winner gains entry to the AIG Women’s Open, US Women’s Open, The Evian Championship and Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship.