Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA)

The Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour has announced it plans to restart its 2020 season with a doubleheader in Northwest Ohio, starting with the new Drive On Championship from July 31-August 2

The Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour has lost its first major championship of the year in the wake of the global Covid-19 pandemic after the Evian Championship was called off.

The LPGA is running a virtual match-play event between four of its top players next Monday

The Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour has cancelled the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational for 2020. The team-based competition was scheduled to be held on July 15-18 at Midland Country Club, Michigan

The Ladies Professional Golf Association has become the latest sports organization to create a players-only esports tournament designed to fill the sports competition void amid the global Covid-19 pandemic

The Ladies Professional Golf Association has announced it is now targeting to return to action in mid-July as its season continues to be disrupted by the global Covid-19 pandemic

US President follows up on conference call with leading sports commissioners earlier this month

US president holds conference call with representatives of most major US sports properties, but remains non-committal about a potential date to restart games

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan has decided to indefinitely forgo his salary during the global Covid-19 emergency, according to multiple reports

Mike Whan, the former P&G executive who recently renewed his contract to lead the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) as Commissioner for another six years, reveals his career path and why he was initially reluctant to join the organisation.

The Ladies European Tour (LET) has revealed that members will play for a combined prize fund of €18m in 2020 following the tour’s merger with the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) – an incre…

Alexandra Armas has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Ladies European Tour as the women’s golf body continues its restructure in the wake of its recent merger with the LPGA.

The R&A and the men’s European Tour have both confirmed that they will support the newly-formed joint-venture between the Ladies Professional Golf Association and the Ladies European Tour.

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and the Ladies European Tour (LET) have agreed to unite in a joint-venture partnership after LET players voted their support for the merger at their Annual …

Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) commissioner Mike Whan is flying to Spain in an attempt to close the deal on a merger with the Ladies European Tour (LET) this week

Mike Whan has signed a long-term extension to remain commissioner of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. The length and terms of the deal have not been disclosed

The Ladies Professional Golf Association is set to return to the Tampa Bay area for the first time in more than three decades after announcing a new tournament will be added to the LPGA Tour for the 2020…

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has announced it is partnering with Genius Sports to implement a sports betting-related monitoring, education and investigation programme

The Centurion Club in England has been awarded hosting rights to the 2020 edition of the International Crown, a national team tournament for women’s golf, with the IMG agency selected to deliver the e…

The Ladies Professional Golf Association is keen to embrace legalised sports betting but is not rushing to do so, commissioner Michael Whan has told SportBusiness

The total prize fund for the LPGA's CME Group Tour Championship will double to $5m (€4.41m) next year. The winner will take home $1.5m

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has revealed details of its first tournament in China, confirming the event will take place later this year at Shanghai’s Qizhong Garden Golf Club.

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has named Peter Carfagna as the new chair of its board of directors and also appointed both Jon Iwata and Tom Schoewe as independent directors, as well as LPGA Tour player Marina Alex as a player director.

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) will add four new tournaments to its 2017 schedule, with an increase of $4.35m (€4.1m) taking prize money to a record total of $67.35m.

The Ladies Professional Golf Association has signed a 10-year deal with Alisports that will result in the division of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba owning an LPGA tournament held annually in mainland China.

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has announced that the South Korean city of Incheon will host the International Crown in 2018, the first time the fledgling national team competition will take place outside the United States.

The PGA Tour and the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) have entered into a strategic alliance with global sports entertainment company Topgolf as part of a wider initiative to build interest in the sport around the world.

The PGA Tour has entered into a strategic alliance with the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) as part of an ongoing effort to promote the growth of the sport.

The Ladies Professional Golf Association has unveiled a new tournament near Green Bay, Wisconsin for its 2017 season and is targeting a second event in China for a 2016 calendar that is set to see prize money on the LPGA Tour rise to a new high of more than $63m (€58.5m).

Golf’s LPGA Tour has postponed its 2015 Reignwood Pine Valley Classic in China, citing a date conflict, but has agreed on an extension to the hosting contract for the tournament.

Sahalee Country Club will host the 2016 Women’s PGA Championship golf tournament.

Mike Whan, commissioner of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), has agreed a six-year extension to remain in the role until at least 2020.

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has continued to push forward with its growth plans after it unveiled a 2015 schedule that will feature an additional event compared to this year and an increased overall prize fund.

The Ladies Professional Golf Association has announced that the LPGA Tour will commence its 2015 season with a new event in Florida.