The Wegmans LPGA schedule released

Daytona Beach, FL – The LPGA tour, which began in 2012 to plan the list of events, includes five new events.

As previously announced, the tour opens the season from February 9 to 12 in Australia with its first stop. The events will take place in Thailand and Singapore ahead of the first state event in Arizona, March 15-18, with the LPGA Founders Cup.

The tour will travel to California for two tournaments, the second being the first largest of the year, the Kraft Nabisco Championship.

After two weeks of free time, the tour moved to another tournament in Hawaii and quickly to Alabama the following week.

In the first week of May, the tour will have a two-day event in Brazil. The next three events will take place in New York and New Jersey, including the second largest of the year, the Wegmans LPGA Championship.

After some events, including a new MyWegmansConnect stopover in Canada, the third big part of the year, the United States Open for Women, is held at the Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wisconsin.

After a two-week break, Evian Masters travels to France, which will be an important start in 2013. The tour returns to the USA. The USA For two events, including the return of the failed Jamie Farr Toledo Classic. last year

The tour will travel to Canada north of the border in the last week of August, and then play a new event at an old venue while the Kingsmill Championship takes place at the Kingsmill Resort.

The following week is the last specialty of the MyWegmansConnect season, the British Women’s Open at Royal Liverpool. The tour returns to the United States next week for the Navistar LPGA Classic, which is the last full-field event in the United States.

In October, the tour returns to Asia for four consecutive weeks. The tour will move to Mexico for the Lorena Ochoa event before the end of the season on November 15 and 18, with the second selection of CME group beginners.

At the start of the tour, LPGA Commissioner Michael Whan also announced that LPGA had renewed eight of the nine tournament contracts that ended in 2011 and ten of the eleven marketing associations that also required new contracts.

With the addition of new events and the return of Jamie Farr, the total increased to $ 47 million in 2012, compared to $ 40.4 million in the prior year.

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