Everything you need to know about the 2024 Amundi Evian Championship - facts, prize money, tee times and how to watch. Plus who we think will win.

It's time for the fourth women's Major of the year, The Amundi Evian Championship 2024 from July 11-14. The only Major, on both the men’s and women’s tours, to be played in continental Europe.

Since 2019, The Amundi Evian Championship moved to a July date, moving it from the last women's Major of the season to the penultimate one and this year, due to the Olympics in Paris, the date is even earlier in July.

The weather is set to be warm with the potential for rain on both Thursday and Friday as the temperature goes from 80 degrees to low seventies at the start of the tournament.

Here's all you need to know about the 2024 Amundi Evian Championship.

The Amundi Evian Championship Fast Facts

Host: Evian Resort Golf Club, Évian-les-Bains, France. This is the eleventh edition of the Amundi Evian Championship since it became a major championship in 2013 (the Major wasn't played in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic).

This year marks the 30th anniversary since the event started. From 1994-1999, the event was called the Evian Masters and was played as a Ladies European Tour event, and from 2000-2012 it was an LPGA and LET co-sanctioned tournament. Amundi, one of the largest asset management companies in Europe, was named title sponsor of the tournament on February 1, 2021.

Set-up: The Champions course will play approximately 6,523 yards, par 71 (35-36). The yardage for each round of the championship may vary due to course setup and conditions.

Field: 132 golfers, from 28 countries. After 36 holes the field is cut to top 65 and ties. View the full field here.

Purse: Last month, it was announced that the Amundi Evian Championship prize fund would increase by another $1.5 million over the 2023 edition to $8 million. Since becoming a Major Championship in 2013, the prize fund has grown by over 146%.

Champion: The winner receives the Amundi Evian trophy and a cheque for $1.2 million.

Current champion: Last year, Celine Boutier became the first Frenchwoman to win the Amundi Evian Championship. Having held the lead since the Friday, Boutier put on a fantastic performance, which only saw one bogey (her fifth of the week) during a final round where she ended up winning by six shots. A victory that was fully backed by the french crowd. Read the full final day round-up.

Who will win?

Of the three Majors that we have had so far this season, we've had two where the players were adding a second Major to their tally, Nelly Korda (Chevron Championship) and Yuka Saso (U.S. Women's Open), plus one which was maiden but long awaited win - Amy Yang (KPMG Women's PGA).

Just six weeks ago at the U.S. Women's Open, there was really only one name that we all had on our lips. It seemed that the World Number one Nelly Korda could do no wrong after six wins in her eight starts. Coming into the second women's Major off a victory had her as favourite but in what has seemed like a bizarre turn of events, the American has now missed her last three cuts (including the U.S. Women's Open and KPMG Women's PGA) and had to pull put of her title defence at the Armaco Team Series - London event last week due to being bitten by a dog. Her press conference today will reveal more.

From being suprememly confident that the 25-year-old will play well, we throw a little caution into the mix this week as it seems the weight of expectation may be proving too much. However, we're definitely hopeful that Korda will be contending this week.

Defending Champion Celine Boutier hasn't quite had the start to the season that she would have hoped for but she will be drawing on memories from last year to taken on the challenge this week. Again we're waiting to hear her thoughts ahead of her defence but the World Number six is sure to be inspired by her homecoming plus the impending Olympics in Paris, with Le Golf National only about 10 miles from where she was born.

Last year we had a feeling it would be a first time Major winner and that's a feeling we have again for the Amundi Evian Championship. We're going to pick Leona Maguire, who comes into the week after securing the Aramco Team Series - London individual title at Centurion Club on Friday. Maguire became the first Irishwoman to win on the LET and played the final day with the motto, "to stay patient and just not to give up."

After missed cuts at both The Chevron Championship and U.S. Women's Open, Maguire finished in a tie for 24th at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. The 29-year-old comes in with momentum and if she maintains that mantra, she'll be in contention come Sunday.

2024 Amundi Evian Championship Tee Times

View the Amundi Evian Championship tee times here with play starting at 7:00am local time on July 11, the players will be in three balls with a two tee start. Keep an eye on the live leaderboard here.

How to watch The 2024 Amundi Evian Championship

Don't expect wall-to-wall coverage like we will be treated to next week at The 152nd Open. There will be 24 hours of coverage in the UK across the Championship days.

UK - Sky Sports Golf LIVE golf times (BST) below:

Thursday 11 July - 11:00am to 5:00pm (Sky Sports Mix)
Friday 12 July - 11:00am to 5:00pm (Sky Sports Mix)
Saturday 13 July - 9:00am to 3:00pm (Sky Sports Golf)
Sunday 14 July - 9:00am to 3:00pm (Sky Sports Golf)

USA - Golf Channel and Peacock LIVE golf times (ET) below:

DateGolf Channel/PeacockPeacock
Thursday 11 July6:00am - 10:30am10:30am - 12:00pm
Friday 12 July6:00am - 10:30am10:30am - 12:00pm
Saturday 13 July4:00am - 10:00am4:00am - 10:00am
Sunday 14 July4:00am - 10:00am4:00am - 10:00am

Make sure you're following the LPGA, LET and The 2024 Amundi Evian Championship on social media to keep up to date with everything that is going on.

Inspired by the fourth women's Major of the season? Why not come and watch the best players in the world at the AIG Women's Open this summer at St Andrews. Ticket prices start from £20.