Plan Your Visit

The following information should help you plan your visit and enjoy a brilliant day out at the the golf. Please also check our FAQs page for more information.

HOW TO GET TO WOBURN

Woburn is easily accessible by road or rail. If you are coming by car, there is free parking on site for all spectators, a short walk from the course. Public car parking is clearly signposted from the M1 and A5.

By train, Woburn Sands station is three miles away and on the Bedford-Bletchley line. Milton Keynes station is seven miles away and served by a fast train (30 minutes) from London Euston. Please visit National Rail for more train information. Taxis will be readily available from both stations.

GATE OPENING TIMES

The gates will open to the public at 5.30am on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd August, and 6am on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th August.

TEE TIMES

The first tee time will be 6.30am for the first two rounds, from the first tee. The last tee time will be 3.28pm on both days. Tee times at the weekend will depend on how many players make the 36-hole cut.

EVENT VILLAGE

The Event Village has loads of entertainment and activities, including putting and chipping challenges, a car display, the main scoreboard, official merchandise and more. There are also plenty of food and drink options for when you need to refuel, and out on course there is public catering at the 6th green, 10th tee and 12th green.

Please click here for a plan of the Event Village.

FOOD & DRINK

You are welcome to bring your own food on site, but bringing in alcohol is prohibited. There are numerous catering outlets and bars in the Event Village and around the course, and there are plenty of good spots to sit and enjoy your refreshments.

PROGRAMMES & DRAWSHEETS

The tournament souvenir programme will be available at numerous points in exchange for a small donation to our Official Charity, Cancer Research UK. The daily drawsheet will be free and available on the gates and around the course.

SITE PLAN

Please click here to see the 2019 AIG Women's British Open site plan.