Dromoland Castle in Co. Clare will once again host the KPMG Women's Irish Open, it was confirmed Dec. 14th.
The tournament has also been brought forward by three weeks; it will take place from 31 August-3 September.
This year's tournament, which took place at the same venue, marked a return of the event to the Ladies' European Tour after a ten-year absence. Attendance was over 24,000, a new record for women's golf in Ireland.
Klara Spilková claimed victory after a playoff with Ursula Wikström and Nicole Broch Estrup. Leona Maguire was among those who tied for fourth, missing out on the playoff by just a single shot.She will return to the tournament this year; if she wins she will be the first Irish woman to claim the trophy.
A prize fund of €400,000 will be awarded.
Sport Ireland CEO Dr. Una May said of the announcement, "After such a long absence without women's professional golf in Ireland, it was amazing to see so much interest in the tournament this year...I hope even more people attend the event in 2023 as we showcase the immense strength of professional golf in this country."