The 2023 season of the LPGA Tour kicked off last week. The LPGA Tour, which has a short break, holds a ‘festival-like’ season every month from February to the end of the season in November.
This year’s LPGA Tour is the first season after the Corona 19 endemic (endemic of infectious diseases). The scale of the season is the largest ever. The total number of competitions is 33, and the total prize money is 101.4 million dollars (approximately 126 billion won). The LPGA Tour 2023 season, which played the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions before the season opener that ended on the 23rd, will resume the season a month later with Honda LPGA Thailand, which will be held on the 23rd and 26th of next month. From this tournament, the LPGA Tour will hold various tournaments every month as if it were a monthly theme.
The first major of the season to change, a national competition revived after 5 years The
Asian swing in spring will be held in February and March. The competition will be held for three consecutive weeks in Asia. Starting with Honda Thailand, the HSBC Women’s World Championship (March 2-5) will be held in Singapore, and the Blue Bay LPGA (March 9-12) will be held in Shanghai, China. Then, on March 23-26, the LPGA Drive-On Championship, the first tournament to be held in the U.S. mainland, will be held in earnest for the season.
In April, the first major tournament of the season, the Chevron Championship, will be held. Initially held as ANA Inspiration, Chevron first participated as a title sponsor last year, and will be held at a different location this year. Attention is focusing on who will be the golfer who will write the history of this tournament to be held at The Club at Carleton Woods, Texas, USA.
In early May, the National Competition will return after 5 years. The Hanwha LifePlus International Crown will be held at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, California. Korea, which won the tournament held in Incheon five years ago, is challenging its second championship in its career. The players who will participate in this tournament will be determined in the order of the top four players in the women’s golf world rankings to be announced on April 3. 바카라사이트
Major competitions and the Solheim Cup to be held for three months…
From June to August, major tournaments are held every month. From June 22 to 25, the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship will be held, with Chun In-ji as the defending champion, and from July 6 to 9, the US Women’s Open will be held at Pebble Beach Links for the first time ever. The Amundi Evian Championship will be held from July 27 to 30, and the AIG Women’s Open will be held from August 10 to 13, ending the major schedule with two European major matches.
In September, the Solheim Cup, a women’s golf competition between the United States and Europe, will be held. Attention is focusing on whether Europe, which has recently won two consecutive tournaments, will continue its momentum, or whether the United States, which leads the past with a record of 10 wins and 7 losses, will build up its pride. In October, a series of 4 Asian Swing matches will be held. Among them, the BMW Ladies Championship will be held in Korea from October 19 to 22. It is still undecided which golf course will be held. The busy schedule of the LPGA Tour concludes the 2023 season with the CME Group Tour Championships from November 16-19.