*Aideen Walsh tees off at the tenth hole in Dromoland. Photograph: Brian Arthur

SHANNON AIRPORT has partnered with the KPMG Women’s Irish Open for a second consecutive year.

Dromoland Castle hosts the event for a second year in a row. The Ladies European Tour event tees up ahead of the Men’s Irish Open taking place on the 7th of September and will once again see Irish star, Leona Maguire, and a host of elite female golfers competing for a €400,000 prize fund.

Mary Considine, CEO of the Shannon Airport Group said, “Last year, the KPMG Women’s Irish Open brought a fantastic boost in tourism throughout the course of the competition. We are once again delighted to be official partners of this premiere event, which draws global attention to wonderful offering Clare and the West of Ireland has for overseas visitors, as well as showcasing Ireland as a premiere golfing destination.

“Our team is ready to welcome all the international visitors travelling through Shannon Airport for the event. With our US pre-clearance and combined TSA checks, the return home for our US visitors will be hassle free,” she added. Shannon Airport has introduced an advanced security screening system which has halved passenger dwell time, eliminating the need to remove laptops and liquids from cabin bags. The latest scanning equipment reduces touch points and speeds up the screening process, enhancing both safety and efficiency for all passengers traveling.

Managing Director of Dromoland Castle, Mark Nolan expressed his delight at Shannon Airport continuing on board as a sponsor. “Their sponsorship and invaluable support will truly elevate this remarkable event. Together, we will create a platform that celebrates the extraordinary talents of women in golf and showcases the beauty of the game. Shannon Airport’s commitment to fostering excellence aligns perfectly with the spirit of the tournament, and we are thrilled to have them by our side as we bring the magic of golf to new heights”.

Cian Branagan of Forefront Sports outlined, “The overwhelming positive feedback from numerous players at the 2022 tournament reinforces the fact that Shannon Airport provided an exceptional experience, offering a genuinely warm reception and ensuring swift and seamless travel right from the moment they set foot on Irish soil”.

The 2023 KPMG Women’s Irish Open is one of the most anticipated golfing events of the year offering both general admission and hospitality tickets throughout the week. The 2023 KPMG Women’s Irish Open takes place from August 31st to September 1st, and tickets can be purchased through the official event website.

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