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LPGA Tour Announces Record-Breaking 2024 Schedule

World’s best golfers to compete for more than $118 million in prize money, the most in Tour history 

NAPLES, Fla., Nov. 16, 2023 – Following yet another historic year for the world’s longest-running women’s sports organization, the LPGA Tour announced today that the 2024 schedule will include 35 events (33 official events) with the world’s best golfers competing for a total prize fund of more than $118 million, with $116.55 million in official money. The 2024 total prize fund represents the highest ever in Tour history, up from approximately $70 million in 2021, a 69% increase.

“The 2024 LPGA Tour schedule reflects our historic growth,” said LPGA Commissioner Mollie Marcoux Samaan. “With new events and improved geographic flow, enhancing the athlete experience, our global reach and competitiveness have never been stronger. As we embark on this season, we celebrate the remarkable journey of women’s golf, anticipating thrilling competition and unforgettable moments for fans worldwide.”

The global schedule will take the LPGA Tour to 15 states in the United States and 10 countries, including two multi-event swings in Asia between February and March and again in October. The year will feature three new events – the previously announced LPGA Drive On Championship in Bradenton, Fla., in January and the FM Global Championship in Norton, Mass., in September along with the Arizona Championship presented by JTBC next March. Also, Seri Pak joins major champions Michelle Wie West (Mizuho Americas Open) and Annika Sorenstam (The ANNIKA driven by Gainbridge at Pelican) as an LPGA Tour event host, adding her moniker to the Seri Pak LA Open to be played at Palos Verdes Golf Club in California.

The schedule features a record 16 tournaments with purses of at least $3 million, including 10 non-major and non-Tour Championship events (an increase from four in 2023 and only one in 2021). To date, the four tournaments to elevate their purse size to $3 million in 2024 are the Mizuho Americas Open ($2.75M to $3M), the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give ($2.5M to $3M), the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G ($2.3M to $3M) and the LOTTE Championship ($2M to $3M), which will be contested in November for the first time. The CME Group Tour Championship’s purse saw the biggest increase, from $7M to $11M, which was announced earlier this week.

So far, a total of 10 events have announced elevated purses for next year, including the Seri Pak LA Open ($1.75M to $2M), the LPGA Match Play at Shadow Creek ($1.5M to $2M), the Portland Classic ($1.5M to $1.75M), and the CPKC Women’s Open ($2.5M to $2.6M).

Additional purse increases are expected to be announced throughout the season, building on the historic growth the Tour has seen over recent years. Since 2021, prize funds for the non-major and non-Tour Championship tournaments have grown 61%, with major championship purses up 78% over that period. The schedule also features 19 events with either travel stipends for athletes or guaranteed minimum payouts.

The LPGA Tour major championship season kicks off this April in The Woodlands, Texas, at The Club at Carlton Woods for The Chevron Championship, followed by the U.S. Women’s Open in May at Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania, where In Gee Chun first broke onto the scene with her 2015 victory. The KPMG Women’s PGA Championship will take place outside Seattle at Sahalee Country Club in June, the site of Brooke Henderson’s maiden major win in 2016. The Amundi Evian Championship at Evian Resort Golf Club in France, where countrywoman Celine Boutier raised her first major trophy in 2023, is back in July, and the Tour returns to the famed Old Course at St Andrews – the home of golf – for the AIG Women’s Open, the third time the iconic course has hosted the championship. 

LPGA Tour athletes will have the opportunity to compete for their home countries between the Portland Classic and Women’s Scottish Open at the 2024 Paris Olympics, which will feature a women’s golf competition for the third-straight Games at Le Golf National from Aug. 8-11, three years removed from Nelly Korda’s gold-medal performance in Tokyo. Qualifying for the 60-player field ends following the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship (June 24, 2024), with the top-15 players in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings automatically qualifying for the Games (no more than four players per country), and the remaining sports awarded to the highest-ranked players from countries that do not already have two qualified players.

A year after a dramatic showdown between the United States and Europe that led to the first tie in its history, the Solheim Cup marks its return to the United States at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Va next September as the U.S. Team looks to win back the Cup on home soil for the first time since 2017. The Grant Thornton Invitational, where LPGA and PGA TOUR players will team up and compete for a combined $4 million purse, will round out the year in December in Naples, Fla.

There will also be increased network television broadcast opportunities, up from 10 in 2023. ESPN+ will also add featured group coverage to four events, which includes the 2024 CME Group Tour Championship. The other three tournaments will be announced next year. The newly inked deal with ESPN+ will also extend through 2025.

2024 LPGA Tour Schedule

(Bold = major, ** = to be confirmed)

Jan. 18-21
Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions
Lake Nona Golf & Country Club in Orlando, Florida
Jan. 25-28
LPGA Drive On Championship
Bradenton Country Club in Bradenton, Florida
Feb. 22-25
Honda LPGA Thailand
Siam Country Club (Old Course) in Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand
Feb. 29-March 3
HSBC Women’s World Championship
Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore
March 7-10
Blue Bay LPGA
Jian Lake Blue Bay GC in Hainan Island, People’s Rep. of China
March 21-24
Seri Pak LA Open
Palos Verdes Golf Club in Palos Verdes Estates, California
March 28-31
Arizona Championship presented by JTBC
TBD in Phoenix, Arizona
April 3-7
LPGA Match Play at Shadow Creek
Shadow Creek in Las Vegas, Nevada
April 18-21
The Chevron Championship
The Club at Carlton Woods in The Woodlands, Texas
April 25-28
JM Eagle LA Championship presented by Plastpro
Wilshire Golf Club in Los Angeles, California
May 9-12
Cognizant Founders Cup
Upper Montclair Country Club in Clifton, New Jersey
May 16-19
Mizuho Americas Open
Liberty National GC in Jersey City, New Jersey
May 30-June 2
U.S. Women’s Open
Lancaster Country Club in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
June 7-9
ShopRite LPGA Classic presented by Acer
Seaview, A Dolce Hotel (Bay Course) in Galloway, New Jersey
June 13-16
Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give
Blythefield Country Club in Grand Rapids, Michigan
June 20-23
KPMG Women’s PGA Championship
Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Washington
June 27-30
Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational
Midland Country Club in Midland, Michigan
July 11-14
Amundi Evian Championship
Evian Resort Golf Club in Evian-les-Bains, France
July 18-21
Dana Open for Children
Highland Meadows Golf Club in Sylvania, Ohio
July 25-28
CPKC Women’s Open
Earl Grey Golf Club in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Aug. 1-4
Portland Classic
Columbia Edgewater Country Club in Portland, Oregon
Aug. 8-11
2024 Paris Olympics
Le Golf National in Paris, France
Aug. 15-18
Women’s Scottish Open
TBD in Scotland
Aug. 22-25
AIG Women’s Open
St Andrews (Old Course) in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
Aug. 29-Sept. 1
FM Global Championship
TPC Boston in Norton, Massachusetts
Sept. 13-15
Solheim Cup
Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia
Sept. 19-22
Kroger Queen City Championship presented by P&G
TBD in Cincinnati, Ohio
Sept. 27-29
Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G
Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers, Arkansas
Oct. 10-13
Buick LPGA Shanghai
Qizhong Garden Golf Club in Shanghai, People’s Rep. of China
Oct. 17-20
BMW Ladies Championship
TBD in Republic of Korea
Oct. 24-27
Maybank Championship
Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Oct. 31-Nov. 3
TOTO Japan Classic
Seta Golf Course in Shiga, Japan
Nov. 6-9
LOTTE Championship
Hoakalei Country Club in Ewa Beach, Oahu, Hawaii
Nov. 14-17
The ANNIKA driven by Gainbridge at Pelican
Pelican Golf Club in Belleair, Florida
Nov. 21-24
CME Group Tour Championship
Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida
Dec. 13-15
Grant Thornton Invitational
Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida

About the LPGA

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) is the world’s premier women’s professional golf organization. Created in 1950 by 13 pioneering female Founders, the LPGA, whose members now represent over 60 countries, is the longest-standing professional women’s sports organization. Through the LPGA Tour, the Epson Tour, a joint venture with the Ladies European Tour and the LPGA Professionals, the LPGA provides female professionals the opportunity to pursue their dreams in the game of golf at the highest level. In addition to its professional tours and teaching accreditation programs, the LPGA features a fully integrated Foundation, which offers best-in-class programming for female golfers through its junior golf programming and LPGA Amateurs chapters, tournaments and membership. LPGA aims to use its unique platform to inspire, transform and advance opportunities for girls and women, on and off the golf course.

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About the LPGA Tour

The LPGA Tour is the world’s leading competitive destination for the best female professional golfers in the world. The Tour hosts more than 30 annual events across 12 countries and regions for over 200 Active Players, awarding total prize funds exceeding $100 million and reaching television audiences in more than 220 countries. Follow the LPGA Tour on its U.S. television home, Golf Channel.