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Golf Business News – Rose Ladies Open returns to Brocket Hall in 2024

The Rose Ladies Open will return to the famous Brocket Hall in Hertfordshire, England for its third consecutive year between September 6-8.

Starting in 2022, the Rose Ladies Open has become a key stop in the LET Access Series (LETAS).

Boasting one of the biggest prize pools on tour at €70,000, the Rose Ladies Open will see 108 players duke it out on the par-72 Melbourne Course, the handiwork of former Ryder Cup golfers Peter Alliss and Clive Clark.

Kate and Justin Rose created the Rose Ladies Open in 2022 following their successful Rose Ladies Series one-day events which continue to support and grow the women's game.

Having secured Brocket Hall as hosts since the tournament's inception, the Roses and the venue are working together to build on the strong foundations of the first 2 years to make the 2024 event bigger and better.

Kate and Justin Rose with RLO 2023 Champion Chiara Tamburlini

Kate and Justin Rose said: “We are committed to continue providing these opportunities for female professionals to play competitively; to give everyone the opportunity to see, experience and support professional women's golf here in the UK.

“In everything we do in the Ladies game, we work for change and push for equality. Creating and supporting the Rose Ladies Open (RLO) is part of our vision to create a pathway for players, including from the LET Access Series to Ladies European Tour.

“Our RLO 2023 champion Chiara Tamburlini proves this, and we are delighted to see that she has started her LET season off to a flying start with a win at the Joburg Ladies Open.”

Michael Longshaw, Chief Executive Officer of IG&RM and Managing Director of Brocket Hall added: “As a long-time supporter of women's golf here at Brocket Hall, it is a great honor to be the venue chosen for such an important tournament in the LET Access Series.

“We will ensure the Melbourne Course is in the best possible condition for the week of the competition and extend our usual warm welcome to all event competitors as they arrive at Brocket Hall.”

For more information on the Rose Ladies Open and to book free tickets GBn Students should visit the tournament website at

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