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NAPLES, Fla. — The LPGA released its 2023 schedule on Friday at the CME Group Tour Championship, where 60 women are competing for a $2 million winner’s check, the largest in tour history. Next year’s schedule will include 33 tournaments and a record prize fund of $101.4 million. This year’s purses totaled $93.5 million.

“We feel very bullish on where we’re going,” said LPGA commissioner Mollie Marcoux Samaan, “but we are not done yet. I think all this growth is really positive, but we still have work to do.”

The year will begin in Orlando, Florida, Jan. 19-22 at Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions at Lake Nona, though there won’t be a Florida swing this year. After a full month off, the tour then moves to Asia for three events in Thailand, Singapore and China. The LPGA hasn’t competed in China in three years due to ongoing travel restrictions.

“I think we’re seeing good progress,” said Ally Ewing. “The majors are stepping up in a big way, and I think the push is to continue on and get our regular-season events at a better number. But overall, when you look at the progress through the years, and you reach this milestone it’s exciting.”

The first full-field event of the season, the LPGA Drive On Championship, will be held March 23-26 at Superstition Mountain G.C., in Gold Canyon, Arizona. The LPGA introduced tour-backed Drive On events during the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2022 Drive On, won by Leona Maguire, was contested at Crown Colony Golf and Country Club in Fort Myers, Florida.

Superstition Mountain hosted the 2004-08 Safeway International and is home to a number of LPGA players.

With four limited-field events to start the season, the majority of players on the LPGA will have more than four months off between starts. While some wanted a longer offseason, many are concerned about the long break between events, particularly those who are further down the money list.

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

Marcoux Samaan said the tour has taken a hard look at the money list at all positions, and while the money has improved from the top down in recent years, there’s still work to be done, particularly to ensure that the bottom half can earn a living.

“We need to make sure that that 100th best player can make a living out here on the tour,” she said. “Right now, the 100th best player made $167,000. It probably cost her $125,000 to $150,000 to be out here, and that’s really a tangible goal for us to say we really want the 100th best player to be able to make a good living commensurate with her talent out here on the LPGA.”

To that end, Marcoux Samaan called for more investment in women’s sports in general, noting that the infrastructure of the organization must grow.

“You hear people talk about in women’s sports all the time this idea that we need to be able to thrive rather than just survive, and I think that takes investment, and that takes infrastructure,” she said.

“So for us, that includes technology infrastructure. That includes personnel infrastructure, media infrastructure, and access. So that’s kind of like where we’re focused. I think we’re always going to be focused on the tournaments. We’re always going to be focused on the schedule, first and foremost. That’s the lifeblood of who the LPGA is.”

Six years ago, the PGA Tour and LPGA entered into a strategic alliance. Marcoux Samaan described the partnership as positive and strong.

“Obviously we work with them on our media rights,” she said. “People know that that we’ve had a relationship with them around our media rights, but right now, the biggest engagement is really around technology.”

The LPGA has never had a formal marketing department and Marcoux Samaan has placed an emphasis on building a team that will help drive more fans to events and the tour’s social media channels. The three most important words, she said, are “content, content, content.”

“All the ways that we can, in a modern world, have two-way communication with our fans,” she said, “know who our fans are, aggressively deliver content that they’re interested in, encourage them to come and be a part of our ecosystem.”

The majors and CME have largely been responsible for increasing prize money in significant ways. The dates of next year’s Chevron Championship have moved to April 20-23, after the Masters. The event will be contested for the first time at The Club at Carlton Woods in The Woodlands, Texas.

A jam-packed summer includes four majors in the span of eight weeks, including the U.S. Women’s Open at Pebble Beach, the KPMG Women’s PGA at Baltusrol and the AIG Women’s British Open at Walton Heath (Old Course) in Surrey, England. The U.S. Women’s Open and KPMG will be held back-to-back on opposite ends of the country with a week off in between.

Marcoux Samaan said that in an ideal world, the majors would be more spread out.

“We’re not sure where we’ll go in the future,” she said, “but I think part of it is because we are playing at some phenomenal golf courses, and a bit of those decisions were based on availability of the golf courses and availability to get in and play in these really important and iconic venues.”

New, previously announced events on the schedule include the Mizuho Americas Open at Liberty National and the return of the Hanwha LIFEPLUS International Crown, an unofficial team event, at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco.

Three tournaments dropped off the schedule, including the LPGA Mediheal Championship, JTBC Classic and the Gainbridge stop in Fort Myers, which was combined with the Pelican to form one event: The ANNIKA driven by Gainbridge at Pelican.

In September, the Solheim Cup will be staged in Spain for the first time, one week ahead of the Ryder Cup in Rome.

The fall Asian swing includes four stops, including Shanghai and Taiwan, which have both been canceled the past three years due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.

When asked specifically about getting back into China to play next season, the commissioner said they’re still waiting to hear.

“We told the players that we’ll keep them posted,” she said, “but we have a contract, and it’s on the schedule. We’ll let them know as that evolves, but we’re hopeful that we can get in and play on all the events that are on our schedule.”

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LPGA Tour 2024 schedule: Confirmed tournaments, dates, venues, majors, events and more

The schedule features a record 16 tournaments with purses of at least £1.93m ($2.4m), including 10 events outside the majors and Tour Championship; watch all the men's and women's majors in 2024 live on Sky Sports Golf

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LPGA players will compete for a record £95m ($118m) next season, LPGA Tour officials have announced.

The 2024 total prize fund represents a 69 per cent increase from 2021's figure of approximately £56m ($70m).

"The 2024 LPGA Tour schedule reflects our historic growth," commissioner Mollie Marcoux Samaan said. "With new events and improved geographic flow, enhancing the athlete experience, our global reach and competitiveness have never been stronger.

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"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 schedule features a record 16 tournaments with purses of at least £1.93m ($2.4m), including 10 events outside the majors and Tour Championship. An increase in the CME Group Tour Championship's purse from £5.6m to £8.8m was announced on Wednesday.

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Take a look at the dates, venues and tournament schedule for the 2024 LPGA Tour (as of November 16):

January 18-21- Hilton Grand Vacations, Orlando, Florida

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January 25-28 - LPGA Drive On Championship, Bradenton, Florida

February 22-25 - Honda LPGA ,Chonburi, Thailand

February 29 - March 3: HSBC Women's World Championship, Singapore

March 7-10 - Blue Bay LPGA, Hainan Island, People's Rep. of China

The 2024 LPGA TOUR schedule made it out of the group chat 👀📱 A record-breaking schedule is here, boasting a total prize fund of more than $118 million and 35 events across 15 states and 10 countries! ⛳️ VIEW FULL SCHEDULE ➡️ https://t.co/aVdd2VnQMU pic.twitter.com/Vu5XtTT4TX — LPGA (@LPGA) November 16, 2023

March 21-24 - Seri Pak LA Open, Palos Verdes Estates, California

March 28-31 - Arizona Championship, Phoenix, Arizona

April 3-7 - LPGA Match Play, Las Vegas, Nevada

April 18-21 - The Chevron Championship, The Woodlands, Texas

April 25-28 - JM Eagle LA Championship, Los Angeles, California

May 9-12 - Cognizant Founders Cup, Clifton, New Jersey

May 16-19 - Mizuho Americas Open, Jersey City, New Jersey

May 30-June 2 - US Women's Open, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

June 7-9 - ShopRite LPGA Classic, Galloway, New Jersey

June 13-16 - Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give, Grand Rapids, Michigan

June 20-23 - KPMG Women's PGA Championship, Sammamish, Washington

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June 27-30 - Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational, Midland, Michigan

July 11-14: Amundi Evian Championship, Evian-les-Bains, France

July 18-21: Dana Open for Children, Sylvania, Ohio

July 25-28: CPKC Women's Open, Alberta, Canada

August 1-4: Portland Classic, Portland, Oregon

August 8-11: 2024 Paris Olympics, Paris, France

August 15-18: Women's Scottish Open, TBD, Scotland

August 22-25: AIG Women's Open, Fife, Scotland

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August. 29-September 1: FM Global Championship, Norton, Massachusetts

September 13-15: Solheim Cup, Gainesville, Virginia

September 19-22: Kroger Queen City Championship, Cincinnati, Ohio

September 27-29: Walmart NW Arkansas Championship, Rogers, Arkansas

October 10-13: Buick LPGA Shanghai, Shanghai, People's Rep. of China

October 17-20: BMW Ladies Championship, TBD, Republic of Korea

October 24-27: Maybank Championship, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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October 31-November 3: TOTO Japan Classic, Shiga, Japan

November 6-9: LOTTE Championship, Oahu, Hawaii

November 14-17: The ANNIKA driven, Belleair, Florida

November 21-24: CME Group Tour Championship, Naples, Florida

December 13-15 : Grant Thornton Invitational, Naples, Florida

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2022 LPGA Tour Schedule: Dates, Purses, Winners

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Members of the LPGA Tour will play for a record $85.7 million in 34 official events during the 2022 season. 

The season begins with the Tournament of Champions from Jan. 20-23 in Orlando and concludes with the CME Championship from Nov. 17-20 in Naples.

We'll track the winners and total purses for each event here.

2022 LPGA Tour Schedule: Dates, Winners, Purses

Jan. 20-23: Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions, Lake Nona G. and C.C., Orlando, Florida, $1.5 million

Winner: Danielle Kang

Jan. 27-30: Gainbridge LPGA at Boca Rio Boca Rio G.C., Boca Raton, Florida, $2 million

Winner: Lydia Ko

Feb. 3-5: LPGA Drive On Championship, Crown Colony Golf & Country Club, Fort Myers, Florida. Purse: $1,500,000

Winner: Leona Maguire

March 3-6: HSBC Women's World Championship, Sentosa G.C., Singapore $1.7 million

Winner: Jin Young Ko

March 10-13: Honda LPGA Thailand, Siam C.C., Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand, $1.6 million

Winner: Nanna Koerstz Madsen

March 24-27: JTBC Classic presented by Barbasol Aviara G.C., Carlsbad, California, $1.5 million

Winner:  Atthaya Thitikul

March 31-April 3: The Chevron Championship, Mission Hills C.C., Rancho Mirage, California, $5 million

Winner: Jennifer Kupcho

April 13-16: LOTTE Championship, Hoakalei Country Club, Oahu, Hawaii, $2 million

Winner: Hyo Joo Kim

April 21-24: DIO Implant LA Open, Wilshire C.C., Los Angeles, California, $1.5 million

Winner: Nasa Hataoka

April 28-May 1: JTBC Championship at Palos Verdes Palos Verdes G.C., Palos Verdes Estates, California, $1.5 million

Winner: Marina Alex

May 12-15: Cognizant Founders Cup, Upper Montclair Country Club, Clifton, New Jersey, $3 million Winner: Minjee Lee

May 25-29: Bank of Hope LPGA Match-Play Hosted by Shadow Creek, Shadow Creek, Las Vegas, Nevada $1.5 million

Winner: Eun-Hee Ji

June 2-5: U.S. Women's Open, Pine Needles Lodge and G.C., Southern Pines, North Carolina, $10 million

Winner: Minjee Lee

June 10-12: ShopRite LPGA Classic presented by Acer Seaview, A Dolce Hotel (Bay Course), Galloway, New Jersey, $1.75 million

Winner: Brooke Henderson

June 16-19: Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give, Blythefield C.C., Grand Rapids, Michigan, $2.5 million

June 23-26: KPMG Women's PGA Championship , Congressional C.C., Bethesda, Maryland, $9 million

Winner: In Gee Chun

July 13-16: Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational, Midland C.C., Midland, Michigan, $2.5 million

Winners: Jennifer Kupcho and Lizette Salas

July 21-24: Amundi Evian Championship, Evian Resort G.C., Evian-les-Bains, France, $4.5 million

July 28-31: Trust Golf Women's Scottish Open, Dundonald Links, Ayrshire, Scotland, $2 million

Winner: Ayaka Furue

Aug. 4-7: AIG Women's Open, Muirfield, East Lothian, Scotland, $6.8 million

Winner: Ashleigh Buhai

Aug. 11-14: ISPS Handa World Invitational Galgorme Castle G.C., and Massereene G.C., Antrim, Northern Ireland, $1.5 million

Winner: Maja Stark

Aug. 25-28: CP Women's Open, Ottawa Hunt and G.C., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, $2.35 million

Winner: Paula Reto

Sept. 1-4, Dana Open presented by Marathon, Highland Meadows G.C., Sylvania, Ohio, $1.75 million

Winner: Gaby Lopez

Sept. 8-11: Kroger Queen City Championship presented by P&G, Kenwood Country Club, Cincinnati, Ohio $1.75 million

Winner: Ally Ewing

Sept. 15-18: Portland Classic, Columbia Edgewater Country Club, Portland, Oregon location to be announced, $1.4 million

Winner: Andrea Lee

Sept. 23-25: Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G Pinnacle Country Club, Rogers, Arkansas, $2.3 million

Winner: Atthaya Thitikul

Sept. 29-Oct. 2: The Ascendant LPGA benefitting Volunteers of America, Old American G.C., The Colony, Texas, $1.5 million

Winner: Charley Hull

Oct. 6-9: LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship, The Saticoy Club, Somis, California, $1.8 million

Winner: Jodi Ewart Shadoff

Oct. 20-23: BMW Ladies Championship, Oak Valley Country Club, Wonju, South Korea, $2 million

Nov. 3-6: TOTO Japan Classic, Seta Golf Course, Shiga, Japan, $2 million

Winner: Gemma Dryburgh

Nov. 10-13 Pelican Women's Championship, Pelican G.C., Belleair, Florida, $2 million

Winner: Nelly Korda

Nov. 17-20: CME Group Tour Championship, Tiburon G.C., Naples, Florida, $7 million

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2022 LPGA Tour schedule: Tournaments, dates, purses and venues

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The 2022 LPGA Tour schedule has been announced, with record prize money for the 34-event docket that means better playing opportunities across the board.

The most significant changes to the schedule are increases to purses in two majors and the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship.

Purse-boosted events

The biggest purse increases on the 2022 LPGA Tour schedule are in three majors, with the US Women's Open purse increasing to $10 million from $5.5 million. The Chevron Championship (formerly the ANA Inspiration) and the AIG Women's Open are seeing huge increases.

The season-ending CME Group Tour Championship purse is also increasing by $2 million to $7 million. The winner of the event will now earn $2 million, marking the biggest first-place prize in women's golf history.

Other tournaments to announce elevated purses are the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open ($2 million, up $500,000 from 2021), the LPGA Mediheal Championship ($1.8 million, up $300,000 from 2021), the Pelican Women’s Championship ($2 million, up $250,000 from 2021), the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational ($2.5 million, up $200,000 from 2021), the Meijer LPGA Classic ($2.5 million, up $200,000 from 2021) and the HSBC Women’s World Championship ($1.7 million, up $100,000 from 2021). Additional purse increases are expected to be announced throughout the season.

There are several new events on the schedule, with JTBC stepping up to increase their sponsor presence on the Tour. The JTBC Championship at Palos Verdes completes a California triple around The Chevron Championship. The Kroger Queen City Championship brings the LPGA to Cincinnati.

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

Following yet another historic year for the world’s longest-running women’s sports organisation, the LPGA Tour has announced 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, Florida., in January and the FM Global Championship in Norton, Massachusetts, 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.

Sixteen events with at least $3 million prize funds

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.

Major season, Olympics and Solheim Cup

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 August 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, Virginia. 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, Florida.

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Nelly Korda missed her second straight cut after winning six of seven events, rallying Friday but falling a stroke short of advancing to weekend play in the Meijer LPGA Classic

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Nelly Korda missed her second straight cut after winning six of seven events, rallying Friday but falling a stroke short of advancing to weekend play in the Meijer LPGA Classic.

The top-ranked Korda followed an opening 4-over 76 in windy conditions Thursday with a 67 to get to 1 under at Blythefield Country Club, where she won in 2021 at a tournament-record 25 under.

“Didn’t play too bad,” Korda said. “Just tough week.”

Ally Ewing and Grace Kim shared the lead at 11-under 133. Eighty-one players at 2 under or better advanced.

Ewing had a 63. She chipped in for eagle on the par-5 eighth and closed with consecutive birdies.

“That was just pretty steady golf,” Ewing said. “I feel like I’m striking the ball really well ... just up to rolling some putts in.”

Kim shot 65. On her opening nine, the Australian rebounded from a bogey on the par-4 17th with an eagle on the par-5 18th.

“Obviously, struggled with the wind yesterday,” Kim said. “But grinded out a good 4 under and then took my opportunities from a morning tee time today.

Two weeks after making a 10 on a hole in a first-round 80 at the U.S. Women’s Open in Pennsylvania, Korda opened double bogey-bogey-bogey Thursday afternoon in strong wind. She began Friday tied for 133rd — 11 strokes behind first-round leader Alison Lee.

“It was just course management yesterday with the wind,” Korda said. “Just couldn’t play well. Overall, struck the ball well.”

Starting on No. 10 in her morning round, Korda birdied the first three holes and four of the first five. She bogeyed the 17th and added two birdies on her final nine.

“I was just making long putts,” Korda said. “Chipped in on No. 2. Made a long putt on 1. Made a long putt on 3. Three-putted on 8. Completely slid my momentum down.”

She capped a record-tying run of five straight victories with a major win at The Chevron Championship, then tied for seventh in the Founders Cup before winning the Mizuho Americas Open ahead of the U.S. Women’s Open. After the break this week, she’s off to the Seattle area for the major KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Sahalee.

“I’m very pleased with the way that I struck the ball today off the tee — something I’ve been struggling with this year,” Korda said. “This was by far the best I’ve hit it off the tee, so a little bit of positivity going into KPMG.”

Nanna Koerstz Madsen of Denmark and Narin An of South Korea were tied for third at 9 under. Koerstz Madsen had a 64, and An shot 68.

Brooke Henderson, the Canadian who won the event in 2017 and 2019, shot a 69 to top the group at 8 under. She played alongside Korda and defending champion Leona Maguire the first two days.

“It was much softer and not as much wind,” Henderson said. “I wish I could have capitalized a little bit more on a few birdie opportunities. At the same time, happy with 3 under and excited to play the weekend.”

Americans Allisen Corpuz (68) and Lauren Hartlage (69) also were 8 under with China’s Jing Yan (68) and South Korea’s Jin Hee Im (65).

Lee was tied for 10th at 7 under. She followed her opening 65 with a 72, making five birdies and five bogeys.

Maguire was tied for 48th at 3 under after a 69.

Lilia Vu, a former No. 1 player and double major winner last year, was tied for 25th at 5 under in her return from a back injury that sidelined her since the Ford Championship in Arizona at the end of March. She followed an opening 69 with a 70.

Lexi Thompson, the 2015 winner, also was 5 under, shooting a 68. She has gone more than five years without winning. Thompson has said this will be her last year playing a full schedule.

“Hit a lot of great shots out there and made some good birdies, especially coming in.” Thompson said. “So, positives going into weekend.”

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Field Breakdown: 2024 Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give

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The 10th edition of the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give is set to begin this week at Blythefield Country Club in Belmont, Mich. Five past winners, including defending champion Leona Maguire and Rolex First-Time winners Linnea Strom and Baily Tardy, will be part of the action in the Great Lakes State. They will be joined by four of the top 10 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, the most notable of which is Nelly Korda, who will be looking to earn her seventh LPGA Tour victory this week at Blythefield Country Club. Twenty-two LPGA Tour rookies are also in the field, including Epson Tour graduates Minji Kang, Auston Kim and Gabriela Ruffels, and all 144 players will be vying for a share of a $3 million purse as well as 500 points in the Race to the CME Globe.

Take a look at who else is in the field this week at the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give:

WHO IS IN THE FIELD

Past champions (5):.

Leona Maguire (2023), Jennifer Kupcho (2022), Nelly Korda (2021), Brooke Henderson (2019, 2017), Lexi Thompson (2015)

Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings (4 of top 10):

Nelly Korda (1), Lilia Vu (2), Celine Boutier (3), Minjee Lee (10)

2024 LPGA Tour Winners (3 of 8):

Nelly Korda  (LPGA Drive On Championship, FIR HILLS SERI PAK Championship, Ford Championship presented by KCC, T-Mobile Match Play presented by MGM Rewards, The Chevron Championship, Mizuho Americas Open),  Linnea Strom  (ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer),  Bailey Tardy  (Blue Bay LPGA)

2024 LPGA Tour Rookies (22 of 26):

Trichat Cheenglab, Isabella Fierro, Alexandra Forsterling, Savannah Grewal, Nataliya Guseva, Jin Hee Im, Minji Kang, Gurleen Kaur, Auston Kim, So Mi Lee, Mary Liu, Kaitlin Milligan, Benedetta Moresco, Malia Nam, Hira Naveed, Ana Pelaez Trivino, Yue Ren, Gabriela Ruffels, Mao Saigo, Yu Jin Sung, Yuri Yoshida, Liqi Zeng

Michigan Connections:

Jennifer Song (Native)

Michigan State University:

Katie Lu (a)

Sponsor Invitations:

Katie Lu (a), Brittany Lang, Georgia Oboh

Monday Qualifiers:

Keera Foocharoen, Christina Kim

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2024 ShopRite LPGA Classic final results: Prize money payout, LPGA Tour leaderboard and how much each golfer won

T he 2024 ShopRite LPGA Classic final leaderboard is headed by winner Linnea Strom, who topped the LPGA Tour leaderboard this week with a win at Seaview Resort in Galloway Township, New Jersey.

Strom won for the first time in her LPGA Tour career, doing so in her 99th start, with a tremendous final-round comeback. Strom shot 11-under 60 in the final round of the 54-hole tournament to post 14-under 199, and she jumped from a tie for 52nd place into the lead.

Neither Megan Khang, nor Ayaka Furue could catch Strom, and when Khang could not birdie the par-5 finisher, Strom had won. Khang and Furue finished in a share of second, a shot back. Atthaya Thitikul was solo fourth, two shots behind the lead.

Strom won the $262,500 winner's share of the $1,750,000 purse.

ShopRite LPGA Classic recap notes

Strom picks up the win in the 14th LPGA Tour event of the season, getting in the winner's circle for the first time in her LPGA career.

By winning the event, Strom earned 500 points in the Race to the CME Globe, with the top 60 players in points getting into the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship.

This week, there was a 36-hole cut with 67 players finishing the tournament. Two amateurs made the cut and were not paid for their finish in the event.

The 2024 LPGA Tour schedule continues next week with the Meijer LPGA Classic in Michigan.

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