The Ladies European Tour’s Aramco Team Series presented by PIF will bring a host of Spanish stars back to the Costa Del Sol this summer when the latest of its five $1million tournaments returns to Sotogrande in August.
Fresh from a thrilling three days at the Aramco Team Series - London, the Series now turns its focus to the south coast of Spain, where a field packed with global golf superstars will battle it out for the second year in a row around the sensational La Reserva Club, Sotogrande.
Set to attract many of the biggest names in the women’s game, 2021’s debut event welcomed the likes of Major-winners and Solheim Cup stars Paula Creamer and Lizette Salas, plus English trio Georgia Hall, Charley Hull and Bronte Law, whose three-way battle at Centurion last weekend brought the Aramco Team Series - London to an epic conclusion, with Law eventually sinking a 50ft eagle putt to win.
While the big international names remain under wraps for the time being, the Aramco Team Series can today announce some of the hugely popular Spanish stars set to go head-to-head both as teams and solo players as they compete for a share of $1million, August 18-20th.

They will be led by five-time Solheim Cup stalwart and Spain’s top-ranked women golfer, Carlota Ciganda, who will be aiming to put in a strong home performance on a golf course just 20km from Finca Cortesin, host venue of the 2023 Solheim Cup.
Set to play alongside the eight-time Tour champion are Spanish LET favourites Nuria Iturrioz (Majorca), Maria Hernandez (Pamplona), Carmen Alonso (Valladolid), Paz Marfa Sans (Barcelona), Elena Hualde (Pamplona), Elia Folch (Barcelona), Harang Lee (Bilbao), Luna Sobron Galmes (Majorca), Marta Martin (Madrid) and Marta Perez (Valencia).
And joining them will be breakout star and local hero Ana Peláez Triviño of Malaga, the 2022 Madrid Women’s Open champion, who turned professional only a year ago at the debut Aramco Team Series - Sotogrande.
Peláez Triviño said: “Coming back to play another Ladies European Tour event in Spain is going to be something really special, especially with it being the Aramco Team Series – Sotogrande, the tournament I made my professional debut in last year.
“I have so many amazing memories of that week, from playing alongside many of the golfers I looked up to growing up, to the incredible support me and all the Spanish players felt from the fans who came out in big numbers to watch and be part of a great weekend at La Reserva, where the golf course was spectacular.
“On a personal level, I’ve had almost the year of my dreams since playing the Aramco Team Series - Sotogrande: from heading back to the States to compete, to being invited to play in the Madrid Ladies Open and then winning that tournament, to posting strong finishes in both the Aramco Team Series events in Bangkok and in London – it’s been crazy! I can’t wait to round it off back in Sotogrande in August.”
The Aramco Team Series – Sotogrande will be the third of five $1million Aramco Team Series tournaments on the LET calendar this season, following May’s Bangkok opener and June’s London event. Sotogrande will be followed by Aramco Team Series events in New York and Jeddah, all of which are played to a unique format in which three LET professionals play in teams with one amateur player.
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Aramco Team Series
The Aramco Team Series is both unique and historic and epitomises Aramco’s status as one of the most committed investors into female golf today. The investment by Aramco as the headline sponsor makes them one of the biggest backers of the women’s game in Europe today. The four Aramco Team Series events are a significant step forward for women’s sport and follow the hugely successful Aramco Saudi Ladies International presented by Public Investment Fund and Saudi Ladies Team International, which took place at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club in November 2020.

The four tournaments form an important part of a record-breaking LET schedule, with teams of four players competing over 54 holes. Unlike any other event in world golf, Team Captains will recruit one fellow Tour pro through a draft system. Another Tour professional will be selected at random, while all teams will also uniquely include one amateur player.

This is the only event in world golf where an amateur contributes to the final result in the main competition. Prize money for the winning team will be split between its three pro members.


About Golf Saudi
Golf Saudi facilitates uptake and participation in golf through the delivery of world-class facilities, operational excellence and the implementation of industry best practice to position the Kingdom as an exceptional golfing nation. Combined with grass roots training and education programmes that introduce people to the game at the earliest opportunity and with the greatest ease, Golf Saudi is committed to delivering a dynamic national development programme that transforms the golfing landscape.


About Aramco
Aramco is a global integrated energy and chemicals company driven by the core belief that energy is opportunity. Aramco’s aim is to continue its long and proven track record, contributing multiple streams of value to its many stakeholders, while maintaining its reputation as a reliable supplier of sustainable energy to the world. This partnership with Aramco comes as part of the company’s efforts in female empowerment by providing an exciting new platform through which women can excel in this global sport, while also inspiring the next generation of girls to pursue their dreams and achieve their potential.