Six host venues have been confirmed for the EGA's 2024 Championship calendar.
The courses, located in six different countries, will host the following EGA Championships between June and October of next year:
Kikuoka Country Club, Luxembourg
European Senior Men's and Ladies' Championships
15-17 June 2024
Krakow Valley, Poland
European Amateur & Boys' Team Championships, Division 2
10-13 July 2024
European Team Shield Championships
31 July - 3 August 2024
CUBO Golf, Slovenia
European Senior Ladies' Team Championship
3-7 September 2024
Welten Golf Club, Slovakia
European Ladies' Club Trophy
3-5 October 2024
Golf du Médoc Resort, France
European Men's Club Trophy
24-26 October 2024
The first two clubs on the list have previously hosted the European Amateur and Boys' Team Championships, Division 2. Kikuoka Country Club will host 144 of Europe's top senior 50-and-over players next June, while Krakow Valley will host the European teams hopeful of gaining promotion to the men's and boys' Division 1 events for 2025.
The Liechtenstein Golf Association will host its first EGA championship next summer at nearby Golf Club Gams-Werdenberg in Switzerland. The Swiss course will stage the European Team Shield Championships, designed for Europe's emerging golfing nations, at the end of July.
CUBO Golf in Slovenia will fly the EGA flag once again in 2024. The venue, located near Slovenian capital Ljubljana, was where European Solheim Cup star, Céline Boutier won her European Ladies' Amateur Championship title in 2012. Cubo Golf has also hosted the European Ladies' Team Championship, and last year hosted the European Ladies' Club Trophy.
Welten Golf Club is set to host Europe's national champion clubs next October for the European Ladies' Club Trophy. The Slovakian club previously hosted the same event in 2017.
Finally, Golf du Médoc Resort will host the European Men's Club Trophy for the fourth time in the space of eight years. Located near Bordeaux in France, the resort features two courses ranked inside the Continent of Europe's top-100, and hosted the European Amateur Championship in 2021.