Where will Europe's finest be teeing up in 2021? See the full roster here

The 2021 Ladies European Tour schedule will run from May to November and will feature the largest combined prize fund in its history, with €19 million up for grabs across 27 events in 19 different countries.

The schedule includes five new events in Europe, as well as the inaugural Aramco Team Series, which will take place in the UK, Spain, US, and Saudi Arabia.

Also announced is the ISPS Handa World Invitational in Northern Ireland, a five-day tournament tri-sanctioned by the European, LPGA, and Ladies European Tours, with a field of 288 players – 144 men and 144 women – and a $2.35 million purse split evenly. American Golf have also been announced as the tournament’s “official retail partner”.

The tournament will count towards the European Tour’s Race to Dubai and carry Team Europe Ryder Cup points, while the women’s tournament will count towards the Race to the CME Globe for women on the LPGA Tour, the Race to Costa del Sol on the Ladies European Tour, and Solheim Cup points for both Team Europe and Team USA.

The tournament known as the Ladies Scottish Open since its inauguration in 2007 will now be known as the Women’s Scottish Open, and will this year take place at the brand new Dumbarnie Links.

The LET finale at the Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de Espana will also feature a bonus purse of €250,000 which will be split between the top three in the season-long standings, with 1st receiving an additional €125,000, while second and third will earn €75,000 and €50,000 respectively.

The LET has also signed a three-year partnership with Titleist, who will provide its flagship Pro V1 golf ball for practice ranges at each event on the 2021 schedule. It will also see both organisations donate 100 per cent of each tournament’s ball allocation to good causes, such as the respective National Golf Federations, Junior Golf Programmes, or direct to the host venue, all in support of the ongoing development of new talent across the world.

The 2021 Ladies European Tour schedule

May 13–16
Investec South African Women’s Open
Westlake Golf Club, South Africa
Winner: Lee-Anne Pace

June 3–5
Jabra Ladies Open
Evian Resort Golf Club, France
Winner: Pia Babnik

June 10–13
Scandinavian Mixed Hosted By Henrik & Annika
Vallda Golf And Country Club, Sweden
Winner: Jonathan Caldwell

June 25–27
Tipsport Czech Ladies Open
Golf Club Beroun, Czech Republic
Winner: Atthaya Thitikul

June 30–July 3
Big Green Egg Dutch Ladies Open
Rosendaelsche Golf Club, Netherlands
Winner: Stephanie Kyriacou

July 8–10
Aramco Team Series – London
Centurion, England
Team winners: Olivia Cowan, Sarina Schmidt, Diksha Dagar
Individual winner: Marianne Skarpnord

July 15–17
Gant Ladies Open
Aura Golf, Finland
Winner: Matilda Castren

July 22–25
The Evian Championship
Evian Resort, France
Winner: Minjee Lee

July 28-August 1
ISPS Handa World Invitational
Galgorm, (Northern Ireland)
Winner: Pajaree Anannarukarn

August 4-7
Olympic Games
Kasumigaseki Country Club, Japan
Medallists: Nelly Korda (gold), Mone Inami (silver), Lydia Ko (bronze)

August 5-7
Aramco Team Series – Sotogrande
Sotogrande, Spain
Team winners: Ashleigh Buhai, Stacy Lee Bregman, Hayley Davis
Individual winner: Alison Lee

August 12–15
Women’s Scottish Open
Dumbarnie Links, Scotland
Winner: Ryan O’Toole

August 19–22
AIG Women’s Open
Carnoustie Golf Links, Scotland
Winner: Anna Nordqvist

August 26–29
Skafto Open
Skafto Golf Club, Sweden
Winner: Pauline Roussin Bouchard

September 2–5
Creekhouse Ladies Open
Kristianstads Golf Club, Sweden
Winner: Maja Stark

September 4–6
Solheim Cup
Inverness Club, USA
Winners: Team Europe

September 9–11
VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open
Golfpark Holzhausern, Switzerland
Winner: Atthaya Thitikul

September 16–19
Lacoste Ladies Open De France
Golf Du Medoc, France
Winner: Celine Boutier

October 1-3
Estrella Damm Ladies Open
Club De Golf Terramar, Spain
Winner: Maja Stark

October 14-16
Aramco Team Series – New York
Glen Oaks, USA
Winner: Charley Hull

October 27–29
Omega Dubai Moonlight Classic
Emirates Golf Club, UAE
Winner: Bronte Law

November 4–7
Aramco Saudi Ladies International
Royal Greens G&CC, Saudi Arabia
Winner: Lydia Ko

November 10–12
Aramco Team Series – Jeddah
Royal Greens G&CC, Saudi Arabia
Team winners: Emily Kristine Pedersen, Hannah Burke, Krista Bakker
Individual winner: Pia Babnik

November 25–28
Andalucia Costa Del Sol Open De Espana
Los Naranjos Golf Club (Spain)
Winner: Carlota Ciganda

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