LPGA announces 2023 schedule. It features 33 events with record prizes of $101,000,000

Nov, 2022

NAPLES (Fla.) — Friday’s release of the 2023 schedule by the LPGA was at the CME Group Tour Championship. There 60 women will compete for a $2,000,000 winner’s check. This is the biggest prize fund in tour history. Next year’s schedule includes 33 tournaments with a record $101.4 million prize fund.

The year will start in Orlando, Florida on Jan. 19-22 at the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament Of Champions at Lake Nona. However, there won’t yet be a Florida swing. The tour will then travel to Asia for three events, in Thailand, Singapore, and China, after a month of rest. Due to travel restrictions, the LPGA has not competed in China for three years.

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LPGA Drive On Championship will be the first full-field event for the season. It will take place at Superstition Mountain G.C. in Gold Canyon, Arizona. During the COVID-19 pandemic, LPGA introduced tour-backed Drive On Events. Leona Maguire won the 2022 Drive On at Crown Colony Golf and Country Club, Fort Myers, Florida.

Superstition Mountain was the host of the 2004-2008 Safeway International. It is also home to many LPGA players.

The LPGA has four limited-field events that will kick off the season. This means that most players won’t have four months between starts. Some players wanted a longer offseason. However, many, especially those at the bottom of the money list, are worried about the long breaks between events.

“I had a month off, and I have this one (Pelican), then I’m going have four months off,” Inglis said, who was 100th in the Race to CME Globe at the last week’s Pelican LPGA Championship.

After the Masters, the dates for the Chevron Champion have been moved to April 20-23. The Club at Carlton Woods will host the LPGA major for the first time in The Woodlands, Texas.

The schedule includes the Mizuho Americas open at Liberty National, and the return to TPC Harding Park at San Francisco of the Hanwha LIFEPLUS international crown at Hanwha LiFEPLUS International.

The eight-week-long summer is jam-packed with four majors, including the U.S. Women’s Open, the KPMG Women’s PGA in Baltusrol, and the AIG Women’s British Open, Walton Heath (Old Course), in Surrey, England. KPMG and the U.S. Women’s Open will be held on opposite sides of the country, with a week in between.

The Solheim Cup, which will be held in September in Spain, will be the first in its kind. It will take place one week before the Ryder Cup in Rome.

Four stops are included in the fall Asian swing, including Taiwan and Shanghai, both of which were canceled during the last three years because of COVID-19 restrictions.

2023 LPGA schedule

Siam C.C. (Old Course)

Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course)

Galgorme Castle G.C. and Massereene G.C.




Jan. 19-22 Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions Lake Nona G. & C.C. Orlando, Florida
Feb. 23-26 Honda LPGA Thailand Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand
March 2-5 HSBC Women’s Championship Sentosa G.C. Singapore
March 9-12 Blue Bay LPGA Jian Lake Blue Bay G.C. Hainan Island, China
March 23-26 LPGA Drive On Championship Superstition Mountain G.C. Gold Canyon, Arizona
March 30-April 2 DIO Implant LA Open Palos Verdes G.C Palos Verdes Estates, California
April 12-15 LOTTE Championship Hoakalei C.C. Ewa Beach, Oahu, Hawaii
April 20-23 The Chevron Championship The Club at Carlton Woods The Woodlands, Texas
April 27-30 Plastpro presents the JM Eagle LA Championship Wilshire G.C. Los Angeles, California
May 4-7 Hanwha LIFEPLUS International Crown TPC Harding Park San Francisco, California
May 11-14 Cognizant Founders Cup Upper Montclair C.C. Clifton in New Jersey
May 24-28 Match-Play at Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play Shadow Creek Las Vegas, Nevada
June 1-4 Mizuho Americas Open Liberty National G.C. Jersey City, New Jersey
June 9-11 ShopRite LPGA Classic presented By Acer Seaview A Dolce Hotel (Bay Course) Galloway, New Jersey
June 15-18 Meijer LPGA Classic: Simply Give Blythefield C.C. Grand Rapids (Michigan)
June 22-25 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Springfield, New Jersey
July 6-9 ProMedica presents the U.S. Women’s Open Pebble Beach G. Pebble Beach, California
July 13-16 Greater Toledo LPGA Classic Highland Meadows G.C. Sylvania, Ohio
July 19-22 Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational Midland C.C Midland, Michigan
July 27-30 Amundi Evian Championship Evian Resort G.C. France, Evian-les-Bains
Aug. 3-6 Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open Dundonald Links Ayrshire in Scotland
Aug. 10-13 AIG Women’s Open Walton Heath (Old Course). Surrey, England
Aug. 17-20 ISPS Handa World Invitational Antrim, Northern Ireland
Aug. 24-27 CP Women’s Open Shaughnessy G. & C.C Canada, British Columbia
Aug. 31-Sept. 3 Portland Classic Columbia Edgewater C.C. Portland, Oregon
Sept. 7-10 P&G presents Kroger Queen City Champion Kenwood C.C. Cincinnati, Ohio
Sept. 22-24 Solheim Cup Finca Cortesin Andalucia (Spain)
Sept. 29-Oct. 1 P&G presents the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Pinnacle C.C. Rogers, Arkansas
Oct. 5-8 Volunteers of America benefit from the Ascendant LPGA Old American G.C. The Colony in Texas
Oct. 12-15 Buick LPGA Shanghai Qizhong Garden G.C. Shanghai, People’s Republic of China
Oct. 19-22 BMW Ladies Championship Korean location to be revealed
Oct. 26-29 Taiwan Swinging Skirts LPGA Miramar G.C New Taipei City, Taiwan
Nov. 2-5 Toto Japan Taiheiyo Club Minori Course Omitama, Ibaraki, Japan
Nov. 9-12 Gainbridge drives the ANNIKA at Pelican Pelican G.C. Belleair, Florida
Nov. 16-19 CME Group Tour Championship Tiburon G.C. Naples, Florida


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