(W) Aramco Team Series London ~ Thursday 16 to Saturday 18 June

⛳️ Centurion Club is the venue for the Aramco Team Series London tournament featuring some of the world’s best female golf players.  For the latest ticket information see below.

NEWSFLASH: CONGRATULATIONS to Bronte Law who claimed the 2022 Aramco Team Series London individual title with a stunning 50-foot eagle on the final green.  England’s Law finished on 9-under par, one shot ahead of compatriot Georgia Hall and two shots ahead of Sweden’s Linn Grant.  The team’s competition went to Team Garcia.  Stay tuned here for news of 2023 tournament as soon as it’s announced. 

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Aramco Team Series London is once again the UK leg of the first team event series of its kind.  Sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour, the Aramco Team Series made its debut in 2021 with the London event held behind closed doors.  In 2022 spectators are welcome for round two of this year’s series which started in Bangkok in May.  After the UK leg the series will continue onto Sotogrande in Spain, New York and Jeddah.


Taking place across three continents, the Aramco Team Series sees the world’s best players team up with amateur golfers to compete for a $1 million prize fund at each tournament.

Using a unique draft system, team captains pick one pro teammate, before being allocated a third via a random draw.  Completing each team will be one amateur golfer.  As well as competing for the team trophy, the professionals will also vie for an individual title, offering Rolex Rankings and Solheim Cup ranking points, and will be part of the Race to Costa del Sol Official Rankings.


36 teams of 4 will battle it out over two days at Centurion Club to become the fourth Aramco Team Series champions.  Using a unique scoring system which allows an amateur to contribute to the final result of a professional tour event, the Aramco Team Series brings a new level of excitement and entertainment to the Ladies European Tour.  This year the format has been updated such that the team event is held over two days.  Fourballs, where each team’s best two scores at each hole count, is used to decide the winner of the team competition.  All pros complete all holes, as their individual scores over the first two days count towards the individual title, which is settled with a final round on the third day.


The 2021 tournament was one by Team Cowan.  Olivia Cowan, paired with Sarina Schmidt, Diksha Dagar and amateur Andrew Kelsey produced a thrilling back nine as they combined to win with a total of 41-under-par (12-under on the final day).  Nearest rivals Team Skarpnord were three strokes adrift.  Multiple LET winner Marianne Skarpnord won the individual prize beating Thailand’s Attaya Thitikul in a play-off. 


Georgia Hall and Charley Hull (the top-two English players in the women’s world rankings) are already confirmed.  2018 Women’s Open champion Hall and former LET Order of merit winner Hull will both fancy their chances at Centurion Club.  Joining them is England’s Bronte Law, fresh from finishing in sixth place at the US Women’s Open.

Sweden’s Linn Grant hit the headlines just last week beating an array of men’s professionals, including Henrik Stenson, to claim the Scandinavian Mixed event.  22-year-old Grant is confirmed to tee up for Aramco Team Series London.

World No.23 Nanna Madsen from Denmark is in great form so far this season and is one of the favourites to win the event.  But Scotland’s two-time Solheim Cup winning captain Catriona Matthew, another representative for a strong British contingent, may have other ideas. 

🎟️ Tickets are currently off-sale.

🗝️ Gates open at 6.30am with last entry at 6.15pm.

⛳️ Tee times: First tee time is at 6.45am, final tee time at 2.10pm.

🚊🚗 Travel tips: From Central London Centurion Club is a 35 mins drive via M1 Jct 8 – A4147 to the west of St Albans.  A parking pass (for Car Park C2) will be provided with your ticket email.  By rail the nearest stations are St Albans City (4 miles away) or Hemel Hempstead (4.5 miles away), from where the venue is accessible by taxi. 

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