Woburn Golf Club is located an hour north of London and boasts three magnificent courses - the Duke's, the Duchess' and the Marquess'.
It was the first 54-hole venue to have all three courses featured in Golf Monthly Magazine's Top 100 Courses in the UK and Ireland and Golf World Magazine's Top 100 Courses in Britain and Ireland, and it has hosted 60 professional tournaments since it opened in 1976.
The stunning Marquess' course is the scene for the 2019 AIG Women's British Open. Designed by Peter Alliss, Clive Clark, European Golf Design (Ross McMurray) and Alex Hay, it is described as the jewel in Woburn's crown, set within 200 acres of mixed woodland with rolling and undulating terrain.
Since 2014, the Marquess' has been one of four courses in the UK to stage Final Qualifying for The Open Championship, and in October 2015 it hosted the British Masters.
The AIG Women's British Open has been held at Woburn Golf Club on 10 occasions, most recently in 2016, when Ariya Jutanugarn conquered the Marquess' to win by three shots.
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