Get back to spectating this summer with multiple opportunities to get behind the ropes.

As the game welcomes spectators back to the fairways, there’s an impressive line-up of events across the UK and Ireland to help us get our fix of all the live golf we missed out on over the past year.

Get your fix of live women’s golf

This week we’re attending the Ladies European Tour Aramco Team Series at Centurion, although tickets didn’t go on general sale there will be a couple of thousand spectators here over the last two days.

There’s a limited number of tickets available for the Rose Ladies Series event taking place at JCB Golf & Country Club on August 5. Then it’s the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, which we haven’t found ticket information for just yet, but we are sure that there will be some spectating opportunities available.

We finish off a run of women’s golf events with the AIG Women’s Open from August 19 to 22, where you have the opportunity to watch the best of the best.

This year, the major returns to the historic links of Carnoustie for the 45th edition of the Championship. Who will follow in Sophia Popov’s footsteps to be crowned the AIG Women’s Open champion?

Fabs returned last week to the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open

ISPS Handa World Invitational

Tickets are on sale now for the ISPS Handa World Invitational taking place on July 28 until August 1; a one-of-a-kind event that will see players from the European Tour, Ladies European Tour and LPGA compete on the same course, at the same time for two equal prize funds of $1.5 million each.

Jack Senior & Stephanie Meadow - 2019 ISPS Handa World Invitational Champions

Taking to the fairways of Galgorm Castle and Massereene Golf Club in Northern Ireland, it’s a huge boost in the battle for gender equality in golf and with tickets from £5-£20, it’s definitely one not to be missed this year.

All the European Tour action

The Open 2019

Spectators returned to Irish soil at last week’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open and they are gracing the links again this week at the abrdn Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club.

If you’re lucky enough to have secured a ticket for The Open at Royal St. George’s then we’re sure you’re in for a real treat as golf’s oldest major makes a return to the south-east of England, after a 10-year hiatus.

Cazoo Open at Celtic Manor – July 21-25
Hero Open at Fairmont St Andrew – August 5-8
Cazoo Classic at London Golf Club – August 11-15
BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth – September 7-12

There is a central ticket hub where you can purchase for all of these events, you can view here.

Legends will pull in the crowds

Bernhard Langer 2019 Senior Open champion

If all of that wasn’t enough to get you excited, then it’s also worth mentioning that you can attend The Senior Open at Sunningdale Golf Club with tickets available from Wednesday, July 21. The week after The Open, the likes of Ernie Els, Sir Nick Faldo, Darren Clarke, Miguel Ángel Jiménez and Paul Lawrie plus a whole host of other big-name golfing legends will be gracing the fairways. What a week that will be!

It’s followed by the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship at Formby Golf Club and Formby Ladies Golf Club.

With this many tournaments across the UK and Ireland in the next two months and as Covid-19 restrictions lift further we can all look forward to hopefully catching a glimpse of our favourite golfers whether it be on a Scottish links or English parkland. Let’s get back to (spectating) golf!

View all European Tour and Senior Tour tickets here and AIG Women's Open tickets here.