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After several changes to the 2020 schedule due to the Corona Virus, the LPGA is scheduled to resume its season on July 23rd in Ohio. Resume you ask? Yes, although it now seems like a lifetime ago, the LPGA actually did play four tournaments earlier this year.

LPGA Tournaments Completed Earlier in the Season

Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions – Winner – Gaby Lopez
Gainbridge LPGA at Boca Rio – Winner – Madelene Sagstrom
ISPS Handa Vic Open – Winner – Hee Young Park
ISPS Women’s Australian Open – Winner – Inbee Park
It has been over three months since the last LPGA tournament was played, and there have been plenty of cancelations and postponements to the 2020 LPGA schedule.

LPGA Tournaments Canceled for the 2020 Season

Honda LPGA Thailand -Thailand
HSBC Women’s World Championship – Singapore
Blue Bay LPGA – People’s Republic of China
Volvik Founders Cup – Phoenix, AZ.
Pure Silk Championship – Williamsburg, VA.
Meijer LPGA Classic – Grand Rapids, MI.
Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational – Midland, MI.
UL International Crown – St. Albans, England
— Read on www.womensgolf.com/lpga-ready-to-resume-its-schedule-in-ohio

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