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Christmas has come early as the Ladies European Tour announce a record-breaking 2022 schedule. Here are all the details...

The 2022 Ladies European Tour (LET) season is set to present the greatest number of tournaments and prize money in the organisation’s 44-year history. Thanks to the support of new and long-term partners, LET members will compete for a minimum of €24.5 million across 31 events in 2022. The total annual purse is up €4.5m on 2021 and offers €13m more than in 2019.

LET CEO Alexdra Armas said:

“On the back of a strong 2021 season, which featured 23 tournaments, 2022 is going to be a record-breaking year for the LET with the largest total purse and number of events in history. We will be launching new events in Asia and South Africa and returning to various territories across Europe and further afield, so it’s looking very exciting for our international membership.

“We have never had such incredible support from partners across the industry and corporations who see the value in investing in the LET. Our players continue to set new performance standards. For example, this year’s Race to Costa del Sol winner, Atthaya Thitikul, reached No.18 on the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, an amazing achievement which shows what is possible by playing on the LET. The victorious European Solheim Cup Team did women’s golf proud in Toledo, Ohio, winning for only the second time in the United States. We are thankful to all of our partners as we move into the third year of our successful joint-venture partnership with the LPGA.”

LET 2022 schedule

The 2022 season will open with the return of the Magical Kenya Ladies Open in February, followed by the Aramco Team Series – Asia. The Joburg Ladies Open will debut in Spring, joining the Investec South African Women’s Open, which will move to Steenberg Golf Club in Cape Town, as part of a fortnight in South Africa. The LET will then return to Australia for a two-week swing with the Australian Ladies Classic Bonville and the Women’s New South Wales Open at Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club.

Europe will play host to 19 tournaments from May to September, with the return of the Madrid Ladies Open, The Mithra Belgian Open and the Women’s Irish Open.

On the announcement of a return to Ireland, Golf Ireland CEO Mark Kennelly said he was delighted to see the event on the LET schedule: 

“Today’s news is an early Christmas present for golf fans in Ireland. We have been working behind the scenes with the LET and Sport Ireland since early this year hoping for today’s news to become reality. I would like to thank both organisations for the work done behind the scenes that has led us to today’s announcement and we look forward to further details early next year.

“2021 has been a historic year for Women’s golf in Ireland in the professional and amateur ranks. We hope the return of the Women’s Irish Open will continue to inspire the next generation.”

A quick look at all the places we'll be playing at in 2022 ⛳ 3️⃣ 1️⃣ Events 2️⃣ 1️⃣ Countries Where are you most looking forward to? #RaiseOurGame pic.twitter.com/broZOizo2H — Ladies European Tour (@LETgolf) December 23, 2021

Scandinavian Mixed is back

Of the tournament run in Europe, the highlights will include the Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Henrik and Annika at Halmstad Golf Club, the Aramco Team Series – London and the Aramco Team Series - Sotogrande.

The mid-summer European swing will feature two major championships, starting with the Amundi Evian Championship in France in July. The first week in August, a fortnight later, will bring the much-awaited AIG Women’s Open, which will be played at Muirfield in Scotland for the first time, with an elevated purse of US$6.8 million.

The Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open , played during the week in between the majors, will offer an elevated purse of $2 million, up $500,000 on 2001.

The ISPS Handa World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf Management, played after the AIG Women’s Open, will be one of the most innovative events in world golf. Two tournaments, featuring men and women, play on the same courses at the same time for two equal prize funds of US$1.5 million.

In September, the Tour will visit two first-time venues: Ålands Golf Club for the Åland 100 Ladies Open and Barrière Golf Club in Deauville for the Lacoste Ladies Open de France.

Race to Costa del Sol enters third year

For the final quarter of the season, the LET revisits the United States, India, Dubai and Saudi Arabia for the Aramco Team Series – New York, Hero Women’s Indian Open, Dubai Moonlight Classic, Aramco Saudi Ladies International and Aramco Team Series – Jeddah, respectively.

The Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España will once again play host to the season-finale, with the €650,000 event deciding the season’s Race to Costa del Sol, which is back for a third year after Thailand’s Atthaya Thitikul topped the rankings in 2021. The ‘Race’ will offer a bonus pool of €250,000 between the top three finishers on the official rankings, with prizes of €125,000, €75,000 and €50,000 for the players who finish in first, second and third place.

Full list of 2022 LET events

For more details on the 2022 schedule and to follow the Ladies European Tour throughout the season, please visit https://ladieseuropeantour.com/ .

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The Ladies European Tour season ended with a banner day for Swedish golf as veteran Caroline Hedwall won for the first time in four years and three Swedes topped the season-long Race to Costa del Sol: 1) Linn Grant 2) Maja Stark 3) Johanna Gustavvson.

Hedwall defeated Switzerland’s Morgane Metraux with a birdie on the fourth playoff hole at the Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España. Grant closed with a 65 to finish third and top the year-long rankings.

“I am just very relieved, very happy,” said Grant. “This is huge for Swedish golf, having Johanna as well at No. 3 on the rankings. I’ve had Carro [Hedwall] as a role model myself to just see her out there winning and getting that moment for herself is awesome as well.”

🎵 𝑺𝑾𝑬𝑬𝑻 𝑪𝑨𝑹𝑶𝑳𝑰𝑵𝑬 🎵 Caroline Hedwall is the @Openfemenino champion, let the celebrations begin 🏆🙌 #RaiseOurGame | #OpenDeEspaña pic.twitter.com/XHWYu7opvK — Ladies European Tour (@LETgolf) November 27, 2022

Hedwall, 33, posted a bogey-free 67 on Sunday to finish at 18 under. Metraux, who won earlier this season at the Ladies Italian Open, recently clinched her LPGA card for the 2023 season with a share of fourth at the Pelican Women’s Championship.

“I wasn’t sure I still had it in me,” said Hedwall. “It’s so nice to get it together and get this win. It has been a roller coaster to be honest. I had injury in 2014 that was really tough on me, and I had a hard turn on my self-confidence. That win in 2018 meant a lot to me.

“It was tough during COVID-19. I didn’t want to travel as much but now it’s more or less back to normal and it feels great. My game is coming together really nicely, and it was awesome to finish with that.”

A seven-time winner on the LET, Hedwall said making the 2023 Solheim Cup team in Spain will be a goal for next season. She has made four previous Solheim Cup appearances.

𝑹𝑨𝑪𝑬 𝑻𝑶 𝑪𝑶𝑺𝑻𝑨 𝑫𝑬𝑳 𝑺𝑶𝑳 𝑵𝑼𝑴𝑩𝑬𝑹 𝑶𝑵𝑬 Linn Grant wins the #RaceToCostaDelSol , what an incredible season 🙌🥇🏆 #RaiseOurGame pic.twitter.com/Qv4DhTb8SZ — Ladies European Tour (@LETgolf) November 27, 2022

Grant won four times on the LET in 2022, including the history-making Scandinavian Mixed, in which she beat the men on the DP World Tour. Stark won three times on the LET this season, including the ISPS Handa World Invitational , a co-sanctioned event with the LPGA that gave her immediate tour status. Stark, who like Hedwall played collegiately at Oklahoma State, finished out the season on the LPGA, placing 52nd on the Race to CME Globe points list.

Grant earned LPGA status last year at Q-Series but was unable to compete on U.S. soil this season due to her vaccination status . The former ASU star still managed to compete in LPGA events around the globe, however, finishing 56th on the CME rankings. In six LPGA starts this season, Grant carded four top-eight finishes and a T-19 at the AIG Women’s British Open.

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The 2022 Ladies European Tour season is set to present the greatest number of tournaments and prize money in the organisation’s 44-year history and includes a return of the Women’s Irish Open. Thanks to the support of new and long-term partners, LET members will compete for a minimum of €24.5 million across 31 events in 2022. The total annual purse is up €4.5m on 2021 and offers €13m more than in 2019.

“On the back of a strong 2021 season, which featured 23 tournaments, 2022 is going to be a record-breaking year for the LET with the largest total purse and number of events in history,” said LET CEO Alexandra Armas. “We will be launching new events in Asia and South Africa and returning to various territories across Europe and further afield, so it’s looking very exciting for our international membership.

“We have never had such incredible support from partners across the industry and corporations who see the value in investing in the LET. Our players continue to set new performance standards. For example, this year’s Race to Costa del Sol winner, Atthaya Thitikul, reached No.18 on the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, an amazing achievement which shows what is possible by playing on the LET. The victorious European Solheim Cup Team did women’s golf proud in Toledo, Ohio, winning for only the second time in the United States. We are thankful to all of our partners as we move into the third year of our successful joint-venture partnership with the LPGA.”

The 2022 season will open with the return of the Magical Kenya Ladies Open in February, followed by the Aramco Team Series – Asia. The Joburg Ladies Open will debut in Spring, joining the Investec South African Women’s Open, which will move to Steenberg Golf Club in Cape Town, as part of a fortnight in South Africa. The LET will then return to Australia for a two-week swing with the Australian Ladies Classic Bonville and the Women’s New South Wales Open at Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club.

Europe will play host to 19 tournaments from May to September, with the return of the Madrid Ladies Open, The Mithra Belgian Open and the Women’s Irish Open, set for a venue yet to be confirmed from September 22-25.

The highlights will include the Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Henrik and Annika at Halmstad Golf Club, the Aramco Team Series – London and the Aramco Team Series – Sotogrande.

The mid-summer European swing will feature two major championships, starting with the Amundi Evian Championship in France in July. The first week in August, a fortnight later, will bring the much-awaited AIG Women’s Open, which will be played at Muirfield in Scotland for the first time, with an elevated purse of US$6.8 million.

The Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, played during the week in between the majors, will offer an elevated purse of US$2 million, up US$500,000 on 2001.

The ISPS Handa World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf Management, played after the AIG Women’s Open, will be one of the most innovative events in world golf. Two tournaments, featuring men and women, play on the same courses at the same time for two equal prize funds of US$1.5 million.

In September, the Tour will visit two first-time venues: Ålands Golf Club for the Åland 100 Ladies Open and Barrière Golf Club in Deauville for the Lacoste Ladies Open de France.

For the final quarter of the season, the LET revisits the United States, India, Dubai and Saudi Arabia for the Aramco Team Series – New York, Hero Women’s Indian Open, Dubai Moonlight Classic, Aramco Saudi Ladies International and Aramco Team Series – Jeddah, respectively.

The Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España will once again play host to the season-finale, with the €650,000 event deciding the season’s Race to Costa del Sol, which is back for a third year after Thailand’s Atthaya Thitikul topped the rankings in 2021. The ‘Race’ will offer a bonus pool of €250,000 between the top three finishers on the official rankings, with prizes of €125,000, €75,000 and €50,000 for the players who finish in first, second and third place.

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Ladies European Tour: Extra events and record prize purses available in bumper 2022 season schedule

Women's Irish Open to feature on the LET schedule for first time since 2012 and Women's Scottish Open to have record prize fund; 31 events will be played across 21 countries as part of a bumper calendar

By Ali Stafford

Thursday 23 December 2021 17:41, UK

The Ladies European Tour will offer more events than ever before and a record-breaking prize purse as part of their bumper 2022 schedule.

A minimum of €24.5 million will be available over the season, up over 20% on last year and over double the annual purse available in 2019 - the last campaign not affected by Covid-19 cancellations.

Players will have the chance to compete in 31 events across 21 countries over a ten-month period, with the season getting underway with the Magical Kenya Ladies Open from February 10-13.

Ladies European Tour CEO, Alexandra Armas, said: "On the back of a strong 2021 season, which featured 23 tournaments, 2022 is going to be a record-breaking year for the LET with the largest total purse and number of events in history.

A map showing the countries hosting Ladies European Tour events in 2022 [provided by LET]

"We will be launching new events in Asia and South Africa and returning to various territories across Europe and further afield, so it's looking very exciting for our international membership.

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"We have never had such incredible support from partners across the industry and corporations who see the value in investing in the LET. Our players continue to set new performance standards. We are thankful to all of our partners as we move into the third year of our successful joint-venture partnership with the LPGA."

SCHEDULE NEWS 📅 2022 kicks off in Kenya, before a return to Australia, the @aramco_series in New York, and five events in Asia There are a further 20 events in Europe, including @EvianChamp , @AIGWomensOpen , and the #RaceToCostaDelSol finale at @Openfemenino #RaiseOurGame — Ladies European Tour (@LETgolf) December 23, 2021

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The Aramco Team Series has five tournaments as part of an expanded schedule, while the Trust Golf Women's Scottish Open - played the week between the Evian Championship and the AIG Women's Open - has had its prize purse increased by 33 per cent to $2million.

Two new venues will host LET events for the first time, the Ålands Golf Club for the Åland 100 Ladies Open and Barrière Golf Club in Deauville for the Lacoste Ladies Open de France, with the Race to Costa del Sol season finale once again the Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España.

The 'Race' will offer a bonus pool of €250,000 between the top three finishers on the official rankings, with prizes of €125,000, €75,000 and €50,000 for the players who finish in first, second and third place.

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LET ANNOUNCES RECORD-BREAKING 2022 SCHEDULE

Posted 10 jan '22.

  • Record-breaking total prize fund of €24.5 million
  • 31 events in 21 countries worldwide
  • Two new events added and eight more return to the tournament schedule
  • 17 live televised events, with 235+ live broadcast hours, excluding the Amundi Evian Championship and the AIG Women’s Open
  • Race to Costa del Sol enters third year

The 2022 Ladies European Tour season is set to present the greatest number of tournaments and prize money in the organisation’s 44-year history. Thanks to the support of new and long-term partners, LET members will compete for a minimum of €24.5 million across 31 events in 2022. The total annual purse is up €4.5m on 2021 and offers €13m more than in 2019.

“On the back of a strong 2021 season, which featured 23 tournaments, 2022 is going to be a record-breaking year for the LET with the largest total purse and number of events in history,” said LET CEO Alexandra Armas. “We will be launching new events in Asia and South Africa and returning to various territories across Europe and further afield, so it’s looking very exciting for our international membership.

“We have never had such incredible support from partners across the industry and corporations who see the value in investing in the LET. Our players continue to set new performance standards. For example, this year’s Race to Costa del Sol winner, Atthaya Thitikul, reached No.18 on the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, an amazing achievement which shows what is possible by playing on the LET. The victorious European Solheim Cup Team did women’s golf proud in Toledo, Ohio, winning for only the second time in the United States. We are thankful to all of our partners as we move into the third year of our successful joint-venture partnership with the LPGA.”

The 2022 season will open with the return of the Magical Kenya Ladies Open in February, followed by the Aramco Team Series – Asia. The Joburg Ladies Open will debut in Spring, joining the Investec South African Women’s Open, which will move to Steenberg Golf Club in Cape Town, as part of a fortnight in South Africa. The LET will then return to Australia for a two-week swing with the Australian Ladies Classic Bonville and the Women’s New South Wales Open at Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club.

Europe will play host to 19 tournaments from May to September, with the return of the Madrid Ladies Open, The Mithra Belgian Open and the Women’s Irish Open.

The highlights will include the Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Henrik and Annika at Halmstad Golf Club, the Aramco Team Series – London and the Aramco Team Series - Sotogrande.

The mid-summer European swing will feature two major championships, starting with the Amundi Evian Championship in France in July. The first week in August, a fortnight later, will bring the much-awaited AIG Women’s Open, which will be played at Muirfield in Scotland for the first time, with an elevated purse of US$6.8 million.

The Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, played during the week in between the majors, will offer an elevated purse of US$2 million, up US$500,000 on 2001.

The ISPS Handa World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf Management, played after the AIG Women’s Open, will be one of the most innovative events in world golf. Two tournaments, featuring men and women, play on the same courses at the same time for two equal prize funds of US$1.5 million.

In September, the Tour will visit two first-time venues: Ålands Golf Club for the Åland 100 Ladies Open and Barrière Golf Club in Deauville for the Lacoste Ladies Open de France.

For the final quarter of the season, the LET revisits the United States, India, Dubai and Saudi Arabia for the Aramco Team Series – New York, Hero Women’s Indian Open, Dubai Moonlight Classic, Aramco Saudi Ladies International and Aramco Team Series – Jeddah, respectively.

The Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España will once again play host to the season-finale, with the €650,000 event deciding the season’s Race to Costa del Sol, which is back for a third year after Thailand’s Atthaya Thitikul topped the rankings in 2021. The ‘Race’ will offer a bonus pool of €250,000 between the top three finishers on the official rankings, with prizes of €125,000, €75,000 and €50,000 for the players who finish in first, second and third place.

For more details on the 2022 schedule and to follow the Ladies European Tour throughout the season, please visit: https://ladieseuropeantour.com/ .

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Hyo-Joo Kim dominates Aramco Team Series

S outh Korean Hyo-Joo Kim and Englishwoman Charley Hull were the two top favorites at the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF – Korea, and they lived up to expectations. The former, ranked 12th in the world, clinched victory with 206 (68 70 68, -10) strokes after leading from the start, while the latter, ranked eighth, finished second with 209 (-7).

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The Ladies European Tour tournament, held at the New Korea Country Club (par 72) in Seoul, South Korea, featured both individual and team rankings, each with a prize pool of $500,000 (approximately €464,000).

In the individual competition, Alessandra Fanali finished in 43rd place with 223 (73 75 75, +7), while Virginia Elena Carta, placed 67th with 153 (77 76, +9), missed the cut. 28-year-old Hyo-Joo Kim from Wonju claimed her first LET title, adding to a trophy cabinet that includes six wins on the LPGA Tour, including one Major (Evian Championship, 2014), one on the LPGA of Japan Tour, and 14 on the LPGA of Korea Tour.

She started the event at the top with a one-shot lead, which extended to two after 36 holes and ultimately three in the final round, where she carded five birdies and one bogey for a 68 (-4). Charley Hull followed a similar path, finishing one place behind.

In third place with 211 (-5) were South African Casandra Alexander and Colombian Mariajo Uribe, while Swiss player Elena Moosmann placed fifth with 212 (-4), Danish Nicole Broch Estrup sixth with 213 (-3), and Indian Pranavi Urs seventh with 215 (-1).

Defending champion, Frenchwoman Pauline Rossin-Bouchard, finished in 57th place with 227 (+11). Simultaneously, the team competition (over the first 36 holes) was won by the team led by American Danielle Kang with a score of 265 (-23), comprising English player Lily May Humphreys, Chinese player Tian Xiaolin, and amateur Kyu Ho Lee, ahead of the team led by Swedish player Johanna Gustavsson (267, -21).

In third place with 268 (-20) were the teams of Pauline Roussin-Bouchard, Mariajo Uribe, and Charley Hull. Virginia Elena Carta's team finished 26th with 280 (-6), while Alessandra Fanali's team finished 30th with 282 (-6). Each of the three winning teams received a prize of €32,533, while Hyo-Joo Kim was awarded €69,714.

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Five Things to Know: The G4D Open 

Following its successful inaugural edition last year, The G4D Open returns to Woburn this week as the world’s leading golfers with a disability compete on the latest stop on the G4D Tour schedule. Here are your five things to know.

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Golf’s most inclusive high-profile event

Established last year, The G4D Open will again feature a field of 80 men and women of both amateur and professional status from across the globe with 19 countries represented. Of those, 45 are returning having competed last year. Held in partnership between The R&A and the DP World Tour and supported by EDGA (formerly the European Disabled Golf Association), the championship features nine sport classes across multiple impairment groups. Contested over three days from Wednesday to Friday and across 54 holes of gross stroke play, there will be an overall winner, along with an opposite sex winner and a gross prize in each of the nine sport classes. All women and the seated, and players with a visual impairment (regardless of gender) will play from the green tees. All other men will play from the yellow.

Lawlor returns for title defence

A year on from his historic win in the inaugural championship, Brendan Lawlor takes his place in a world-class field with hopes of retaining his title. Lawlor, 27, edged out Kipp Popert to win by two shots last time around and arrives ranked second on the World Ranking for Golfers with Disability (WR4GD), with the Englishman – a nine-time winner on the G4D Tour – headlining the field as the top-ranked player. The Irishman has a rare condition called Ellis–van Creveld syndrome, characterised by a shorter stature and shorter limbs, and is one of the most recognised golfers with a disability. Joining them are 12 other members of the world’s top 20, with the top five all competing. Daphne van Houten is the leading female golfer teeing it up, with the Dutch player ranked 22nd in the world.

Woburn hosts again

For the second year running, The G4D Open is being staged over the Duchess Course at Woburn. The towering pine trees venue ensure accuracy off the tee is vital, with last year’s winning score of three over par highlighting the challenge of the undulating layout. Woburn has a rich history of hosting amateur and professional championships with Final Qualifying for The Open from 2014 to 2017 and most recently the AIG Women's Open in 2019, both played on the Marquess Course. Spectators are encouraged to attend at Woburn for The G4D Open, with attendance and car parking free of charge.

Latest stop on the G4D Tour schedule

The G4D Tour, launched in February of 2022, is part of the DP World Tour’s commitment to inclusivity in golf and aimed at the leading ranked players from the WR4GD. The G4D Open is the fifth event on the 2023/24 G4D Tour schedule, which was revamped last year to ensure that golfers across a wider spectrum of disabilities can compete for glory. The championship follows hot on the heels of the first G4D Tour event held in conjunction with a PGA TOUR tournament at THE CJ CUP Byron Nelson. So far this season, the third since the G4D Tour’s inception, Lachlan Wood and Robin Rambo Singh have both won for the first time, with the latter lifting silverware in Ras Al Khaimah at the first event for leading Net ranked players. Popert and fellow Englishman Mike Browne, who is another player in the field this week, have won titles in Kenya and the United States respectively.

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Series of off-the-course initiatives planned

The G4D Open showcases all three stages of the player pathway from sampler, to participant, to competitor, with a series of initiatives scheduled during the week. Among those, golf’s national federations will assemble in a workshop on Wednesday where they will be encouraged to chart the future by building capacity in G4D: themes including the improvement of venues, communications, competitions, coaching and workforces. With a nod to coaching for visually impaired golfers, those present will be able to try out the 'Visual Putting Challenge' near the clubhouse at Woburn, with samplers relying solely on their guide and sense of feel and balance to succeed. Members of two groups of youngsters with limb difference are also set to receive a taster session in learning how to swing the club from an expert PGA coach.

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Olympic Golf Rankings Update: Team USA, Korea suffer numbers shakeup

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The women’s Olympic Golf Ranking has seen some movement in recent weeks, particularly inside the top 15. While Team USA’s Nelly Korda has a firm grasp on the No. 1 spot, both in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings and the Olympic standings, several players have moved in and fallen out of the top 15 since the LPGA Tour last competed at the JM Eagle LA Championship in late April.

American Alison Lee, who held the 15th spot in the rankings on April 29 and was Team USA’s fourth representative in the top 15, dropped out of the most recent top 60 standings, replaced by Dewi Weber of the Netherlands, who currently is No. 52 in the standings.

Lee was knocked out of the top 15 by Sweden’s Maja Stark, a player whose back-to-back runner-up finishes at The Chevron Championship and the JM Eagle LA Championship presented by Plastpro propelled her to No. 15 in the Rolex Rankings. Stark now stands as the highest-ranked Swedish player in the Olympic Golf Ranking and sits ahead of Linn Grant, who is currently No. 21 in the Olympic standings and No. 30 in the world.

South Korea also suffered a shake up after Amy Yang slipped out of the top 15 in the Rolex Rankings a couple of weeks ago, dropping the country from three representatives to just two players currently qualified for the Paris Olympics, Jin Young Ko and Hyo Joo Kim. China and Australia are the only other two countries with two or more players in the top 15 of the Olympic Golf Ranking. Only the United States is poised to have more than two representatives in the field, with three players inside the top 15 of the OGR (with a limit of four): Korda, No. 2 Lilia Vu and No. 14 Megan Khang.

One other change of note is Filipino Dottie Ardina’s replacement of Moroccan Ines Laklalech in the top 60. Both players are aiming to qualify for their first Olympics.

Men’s Rankings update:   Byeong Hun An, Sungjae Im continue to battle for position

With mere weeks remaining prior to the finalization June 17 of the field for the men’s Olympic golf competition, the jockeying for position between countrymen continues to heat up.

Perhaps the most evident example exists between South Koreans Byeong Hun An and Sungjae Im, who have been flip-flopping within the rankings over the past three weeks. The latest “chess move” belonged to An, who finished T4 at THE CJ CUP Byron Nelson to leap ahead in the Olympic Golf Ranking (OGR), the all-important metric as the June 17 deadline looms. The high finish came at the same event where Im was a late withdrawal, opening the door for An. Both players trail likely Olympic qualifier Tom Kim, who sits inside the top 15.

While he has yet to crack the top 60 in the men’s OGR, Canada’s Taylor Pendrith was another big mover in the rankings after a breakthrough victory at THE CJ CUP. Like South Korea, Canada’s hopefuls – especially those vying for the coveted second position – are tightly bunched. Nick Taylor and Adam Hadwin currently occupy the top two spots, but Corey Conners, Mackenzie Hughes and most recently Pendrith remain in striking position, particularly of Hadwin’s current position in second.

Countries can have more than two representatives only if they have more than two players within the top 15 of the OGR (with a limit of four), a threshold that only the United States (four) has met thus far. Team USA features four players inside the top eight in the Official World Golf Ranking including world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler, No. 3 Wyndham Clark, No. 4 Xander Schauffele and No. 8 Patrick Cantlay.

With two events this week on the PGA TOUR (Wells Fargo Championship and Myrtle Beach Classic) and the 106th PGA Championship on the horizon next week, ample opportunities are still available for players to lock in a trip to Paris this summer.

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Ladies European Tour RECORD-BREAKING 2022 SCHEDULE

The 2022 Ladies European Tour season is set to present the greatest number of tournaments and prize money in the organisation’s 44-year history. Thanks to the support of new and long-term partners, LET members will compete for a minimum of €24.5 million across 31 events in 2022. The total annual purse is up €4.5m on 2021 and offers €13m more than in 2019.

“On the back of a strong 2021 season, which featured 23 tournaments, 2022 is going to be a record-breaking year for the LET with the largest total purse and number of events in history,” said LET CEO Alexandra Armas. “We will be launching new events in Asia and South Africa and returning to various territories across Europe and further afield, so it’s looking very exciting for our international membership.

“We have never had such incredible support from partners across the industry and corporations who see the value in investing in the LET. Our players continue to set new performance standards. For example, this year’s Race to Costa del Sol winner, Atthaya Thitikul, reached No.18 on the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, an amazing achievement which shows what is possible by playing on the LET. The victorious European Solheim Cup Team did women’s golf proud in Toledo, Ohio, winning for only the second time in the United States. We are thankful to all of our partners as we move into the third year of our successful joint-venture partnership with the LPGA.”

The 2022 season will open with the return of the Magical Kenya Ladies Open in February, followed by the Aramco Team Series – Asia. The Joburg Ladies Open will debut in Spring, joining the Investec South African Women’s Open, which will move to Steenberg Golf Club in Cape Town, as part of a fortnight in South Africa. The LET will then return to Australia for a two-week swing with the Australian Ladies Classic Bonville and the Women’s New South Wales Open at Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club.

Europe will play host to 19 tournaments from May to September, with the return of the Madrid Ladies Open, The Mithra Belgian Open and the Women’s Irish Open.

The highlights will include the Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Henrik and Annika at Halmstad Golf Club, the Aramco Team Series – London and the Aramco Team Series – Sotogrande.

The mid-summer European swing will feature two major championships, starting with the Amundi Evian Championship in France in July. The first week in August, a fortnight later, will bring the much-awaited AIG Women’s Open, which will be played at Muirfield in Scotland for the first time, with an elevated purse of US$6.8 million.

The Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, played during the week in between the majors, will offer an elevated purse of US$2 million, up US$500,000 on 2001.

The ISPS Handa World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf Management, played after the AIG Women’s Open, will be one of the most innovative events in world golf. Two tournaments, featuring men and women, play on the same courses at the same time for two equal prize funds of US$1.5 million.

In September, the Tour will visit two first-time venues: Ålands Golf Club for the Åland 100 Ladies Open and Barrière Golf Club in Deauville for the Lacoste Ladies Open de France.

For the final quarter of the season, the LET revisits the United States, India, Dubai and Saudi Arabia for the Aramco Team Series – New York, Hero Women’s Indian Open, Dubai Moonlight Classic, Aramco Saudi Ladies International and Aramco Team Series – Jeddah, respectively.

The Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España will once again play host to the season-finale, with the €650,000 event deciding the season’s Race to Costa del Sol, which is back for a third year after Thailand’s Atthaya Thitikul topped the rankings in 2021. The ‘Race’ will offer a bonus pool of €250,000 between the top three finishers on the official rankings, with prizes of €125,000, €75,000 and €50,000 for the players who finish in first, second and third place.

For more details on the 2022 schedule and to follow the Ladies European Tour throughout the season, please visit: https://ladieseuropeantour.com/ .

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Eight European teams will line up at the start if the 2024 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, including reigning European champions and Nations League champions Türkiye, with three fantastic weeks of volleyball, plus the final round awaiting the 16 participating teams.

Each week, two pools of eight teams will take place, with the first ones in Antalya, Türkiye and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the second one in Macau, People's Republic of China and Arlington, the United States of America and the third one in Hong Kong and Fukuoka, Japan.

All matches of the final round, which will consist of eight teams, are due to take place between 20 and 23 June in the Indoor Stadium Huamark in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Türkiye will be heading into this edition of the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League with big ambitions after a perfect 2023, where they won the title, as well as the European title. Coach Davide Santarelli will have a full team at his disposal, as Türkiye will host the Pool 1 of the first week in Antalya, where seven of the eight European teams are due to play. The only odd one out is Japan.

Undoubtedly, the big showdown will be the rematch of the CEV EuroVolley 2023 Women semi-final between the hosts and Italy, while in Pool 2, Serbia, the runners-up in the European premium competition last year, are joined by the Republic of Korea, the People’s Republic of China, the United States of America, Brazil, Canada, the Dominican Republic and Thailand. Pool 2 will take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The hosts of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, France, which finished sixth at the CEV EuroVolley 2023 Women, will make their debut in the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, while Bulgaria are due to make their third appearance in the competition, after ending up on the 13th place in 2023.

All the other six European teams – Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Serbia and Türkiye, are making their fifth appearance in five editions, with all of the European sides aiming to extend the winning streak of the continent, after Italy took the title in 2022 and Türkiye in 2023.

The first week of the 2024 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League will see each of the eight European teams play four times between 14 and 19 May. The second week of the competition is due to take place between 28 May and 2 June, while the third one is scheduled between 11 and 16 June.

The top eight teams in the standings of the Pool Phase will progress to the final round in Bangkok, Thailand. In the last edition, four of the eight quarter-finalists where European teams.

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Live, Exclusively on ESPN+: Second Round of LPGA Tour’s Cognizant Founders Cup, Korda Continues Quest for 6th Straight Win

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  • Second Round coverage begins Friday, May 10, at 7:55 a.m. ET
  • World No. 1 Nelly Korda playing for record-breaking sixth consecutive LPGA Tour title
  • Featured Groups include 7 of world’s top 10 players, 8 major winners
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Live, exclusive Featured Groups coverage of the LPGA Tour’s Cognizant Founders Cup on ESPN+ will continue Friday, May 10, at 7:55 a.m. ET , with second round action from Upper Montclair Country Club in Clifton, New Jersey.

  • Featured Groups on ESPN+ will include the start of Nelly Korda’s second round , as the world’s No. 1 player seeks a record-breaking sixth LPGA Tour win in a row.
  • Second Round coverage will also feature seven of the top 10 players in the world and eight major champions .

FEATURED GROUPS | Friday, May 10 Coverage begins at 7:55 a.m. ET

Lexi Thompson / Lauren Coughlin / Céline Boutier | 7:59 a.m. ET

  • Lexi Thompson – 11-time LPGA Tour winner, 2017 LPGA Vare Trophy, 2017 Race to the CME Globe, 2014 Chevron Championship winner, youngest ever to qualify for a Women’s U.S. Open at 12 years old (2007), second youngest to win an LPGA event at 16 years old (2011 Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic)
  • Lauren Coughlin – No. 14 in the Race to the CME Globe
  • Céline Boutier –  3 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No. 11 in Race to the CME Globe, 2023 Evian Championship winner, six-time LPGA Tour winner, five wins on Ladies European Tour

Rose Zhang / Megan Khang / Lydia Ko | 8:10 a.m. ET

  • Rose Zhang  – No. 22 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, won first LPGA Tour event as a professional (2023 Mizuho Americas Open), 2023 Augusta National Women’s Amateur champion, two-time individual NCAA champion (2023, 2022), former world No. 1 amateur
  • Megan Khang  – No. 14 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No. 20 in Race to the CME Globe, LPGA Tour winner (2023 CPKC Women’s Open)
  • Lydia Ko –  10 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No. 2 in Race to the CME Globe, two-time major winner (2016 The Chevron Championship, 2015 Evian Championship), 20-time LPGA Tour winner, one win away from qualifying for LPGA Hall of Fame

At 1 p.m. ET , coverage will transition to the start of the Korda/Ko/Lee and Henderson/Hataoka/Green groups.

Nelly Korda / Jin Young Ko /  Minjee Lee   | 12:59 p.m. ET

  • Nelly Korda  – Seeking sixth consecutive LPGA Tour title, No. 1 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No. 1 in Race to the CME Globe, 13-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time major winner (2024 The Chevron Championship, 2021 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship), 2020 Olympic gold medalist
  • Jin Young Ko –  5 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, two-time major winner (2019 Evian Championship, 2019 The Chevron Championship), 15-time LPGA Tour winner
  • Minjee Lee – No. 9 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, two-time major winner (2022 U.S. Women’s Open, 2021 Evian Championship), 10-time LPGA Tour winner

Brooke Henderson / Nasa Hataoka / Hannah Green | 1:10 p.m. ET

  • Brooke Henderson – No. 6 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No. 5 in Race to the CME Globe, two-time major winner (2022 Evian Championship, 2016 Women’s PGA Championship), 13-time LPGA Tour winner
  • Nasa Hataoka –  18 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No.19 in Race to the CME Globe, six-time LPGA Tour winner
  • Hannah Green –  7 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No.3 in Race to the CME Globe 2019 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship winner, five-time LPGA Tour winner

At 3 p.m. ET , when the global broadcast window begins, coverage will move to two Featured Groups beginning afternoon rounds.

Elizabeth Szokol / Gabriela Ruffels / Sarah Schmelzel | 1:21 p.m. ET

  • Elizabeth Szokol – LPGA Tour Winner (2023 Dow Championship)
  • Gabi Ruffels –  23 in Race to the CME Globe three wins on Epson Tour
  • Sarah Schmelzel –  10 in Race to the CME Globe

Grace Kim / Maja Stark / Cheyenne Knight | 1:32 p.m. ET 

  • Grace Kim  – LPGA Tour winner (2023 Lotte Championship)
  • Maja Stark – No. 15 in Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No. 4 in Race to the CME Globe, LGPA Tour winner (2022 ISPS Handa World Invitational), six wins on Ladies European Tour
  • Cheyenne Knight – Two-time LPGA Tour winner

ESPN+ coverage of Saturday and Sunday rounds will be determined when pairings and tee times are announced.

LPGA Tour on ESPN+ The Cognizant Founders Cup on ESPN+ is part of a two-year deal announced in November 2023 in which ESPN+ is presenting live featured group coverage of eight LPGA Tour tournaments through the 2025 season. Following the 2024 Chevron Championship, the Cognizant Founders Cup is the second of four LPGA Tour events on ESPN+ this season.

This latest deal continues a longstanding relationship between the LPGA Tour and ESPN.

  • In 2022, ESPN+ streamed the Kroger Queen City Championship presented by P&G and the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G.
  • ESPN televised a schedule of regular LPGA Tour events from 1979-2009, and ABC covered the CME Group Tour Championship from 2015-2018.
  • ESPN aired the first two rounds of the AIG British Open from 1982-2002 and all four rounds from 2010-2015, as well as the first two rounds of the U.S. Women’s Open from 1982-2014.
  • The first golf ever televised on ESPN was the LPGA Sahara Open on Sept. 8, 1979, ESPN’s second day on air.

The remaining slate of LPGA Tour events on ESPN+ this season will be announced later this year.

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The Florida Gators won the 2024 SEC softball conference tournament on May 11 at Jane B. Moore Field in Auburn, Alabama. The Gators defeated No. 5 Missouri to claim their sixth SEC tournament championship and tie Alabama for most conference tournament wins in program history.

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  • Game 1 - No. 13 Ole Miss 7,  No. 12 Kentucky 2
  • Game 2 -  No. 8 LSU 3 , No. 9 Alabama 2 (14 innings)
  • Game 3  -  No. 5 Missouri 3 , No. 13 Ole Miss 1
  • Game 4 – No. 7 Georgia 6 , No. 10 Auburn 5
  • Game 5 – No. 11 South Carolina 8 , No. 6 Mississippi State 4
  • Game 6 – No. 8 LSU 2, No. 1 Tennessee 1
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  1. 2022 Ladies European Tour

    The 2022 Ladies European Tour was a series of golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world. The tournaments were sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET). Schedule. ... The top 10 players in the Race to Costa del Sol Rankings. Rank Player Country Points 1:

  2. Ladies European Tour

    Ladies European Golf Venture Limited, a private limited company registered in England . Registration number: 12352756 - VAT registration GB 340 4610 40

  3. Ladies European Tour Information Centre

    New Korea Country Club. 7 th - 8 th May 2024. 2024 Season. Tournament Schedule. Please note: if a tournament is selected from the above schedule it will appear as the current event in the "Individual Tournaments" section (left) from where a report can then be chosen.

  4. LET ANNOUNCES RECORD-BREAKING 2022 SCHEDULE

    The 2022 Ladies European Tour season is set to present the greatest number of tournaments and prize money in the organisation's 44-year history. ... The 'Race' will offer a bonus pool of €250,000 between the top three finishers on the official rankings, with prizes of €125,000, €75,000 and €50,000 for the players who finish in ...

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    LET BEGINS EUROPEAN STRETCH WITH TRIP TO BERLIN Read More . Solheim Cup Leaderboard. Latest. 16/12/2019. ... See Full Rankings List > {{player.tournaments_played}} Tournaments Played {{player.wins}} Wins ... Ladies European Golf Venture Limited, a private limited company registered in England. Registration number: 12352756 - VAT registration ...

  6. Ladies European Tour 2022 record-breaking schedule announced

    The 2022 Ladies European Tour (LET) season is set to present the greatest number of tournaments and prize money in the organisation's 44-year history. ... The 'Race' will offer a bonus pool of €250,000 between the top three finishers on the official rankings, with prizes of €125,000, €75,000 and €50,000 for the players who finish ...

  7. Linn Grant, Caroline Hedwall win big in Ladies European Tour finale

    November 28, 2022 9:31 am ET. The Ladies European Tour season ended with a banner day for Swedish golf as veteran Caroline Hedwall won for the first time in four years and three Swedes topped the season-long Race to Costa del Sol: 1) Linn Grant 2) Maja Stark 3) Johanna Gustavvson. Hedwall defeated Switzerland's Morgane Metraux with a birdie ...

  8. 2022 Ladies European Tour

    Schedule. The table below shows the 2022 schedule. The season featured 34 events in 22 countries and a total purse of around €29 million, the greatest number of tournaments and prize money in the tour's 44-year history. The numbers in brackets after the winners' names indicate the career wins on the Ladies European Tour, including that event ...

  9. Ladies European Tour reveals record-breaking 2022 season

    The 2022 Ladies European Tour season is set to present the greatest number of tournaments and prize money in the organisation's 44-year history and includes a return of the Women's Irish Open. Thanks to the support of new and long-term partners, LET members will compete for a minimum of €24.5 million across 31 events in 2022.

  10. Ladies European Tour: Extra events and record prize purses available in

    The Ladies European Tour will offer more events than ever before and a record-breaking prize purse as part of their bumper 2022 schedule. A minimum of €24.5 million will be available over the ...

  11. Ladies European Tour

    The Ladies European Tour is a professional golf tour for women which was founded in 1978. It is based at Buckinghamshire Golf Club near London in England. ... 2022: 34 22 €5,375,000+ $24,700,000 2021: 23 15 €4,630,000+ $15,100,000 2020: 24 18 ... Ladies European Tour records; Women's World Golf Rankings; Professional golf tours; External ...

  12. Partners & Suppliers

    Ladies European Golf Venture Limited, a private limited company registered in England . Registration number: 12352756 - VAT registration GB 340 4610 40

  13. Rankings

    Ladies European Tour competition rankings for season 2022

  14. Ladies Golf

    The 'Race' will offer a bonus pool of €250,000 between the top three finishers on the official rankings, with prizes of €125,000, €75,000 and €50,000 for the players who finish in first, second and third place. For more details on the 2022 schedule and to follow the Ladies European Tour throughout the season, please visit: https ...

  15. 2022 Ladies European Tour schedule

    RELATED: 2022 Ladies European Tour schedule. February 10-13. Magical Kenya Ladies Open. Vipingo Ridge, Kenya. March 17-20. Aramco Saudi Ladies International. Royal Greens, Saudi Arabia. March 24-26.

  16. Ladies European Tour: Women's Irish Open 2022 Leaderboard

    Current leaderboard after round 4 at the Women's Irish Open 2022 on the Ladies European Tour in Clare, Ireland.. The Women's Irish Open 2022 is part of the Ladies European Tour in the season 2022. In 2022 all players competing for a total prize money of 400.000 Euro.

  17. 2022 European Tour

    DP World Tour Rankings: Rory McIlroy: Player of the Year: Ryan Fox: Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year: Thriston Lawrence: ← 2021. 2023 → . The 2022 European Tour, titled as the 2022 DP World Tour for sponsorship reasons, was the 51st season of the European Tour, the main professional golf tour in Europe since its inaugural season in 1972.

  18. Hyo-Joo Kim dominates Aramco Team Series

    The Ladies European Tour tournament, held at the New Korea Country Club (par 72) in Seoul, South Korea, featured both individual and team rankings, each with a prize pool of $500,000 ...

  19. Golf: Ladies European Tour scores, leaderboard, rankings

    Help:You are on Golf - Ladies European Tourpage. Live golf scores service on GolfLive24 offers golf live scores, providing also tournament leaderboard, player scorecards and other golf information from golf - Ladies European Tour and more than 200 other golf tournaments. Golflive24 trends: PGA Tour, European Tour, Official World Golf Ranking.

  20. Rankings

    The Race to Dubai is a season-long competition to crown the European Tour's number one player. View; View; ... Meet your Race to Dubai Rankings leaders 1 Rory MCILROY NIR R2DR POINTS 1699.5. Tournaments 3. 1 1ST. 1 2ND. 0 ... 2022 Rory MCILROY NIR R2DR POINTS 4,754.1. Prize Money € 5,546,161.08 ...

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    Minjee Lee - No. 9 in Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings, two-time major winner (2022 U.S. Women's Open, ... Alison Lee - Two wins on Ladies European Tour;

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  23. Five Things to Know: The G4D Open

    The G4D Tour, launched in February of 2022, is part of the DP World Tour's commitment to inclusivity in golf and aimed at the leading ranked players from the WR4GD. The G4D Open is the fifth event on the 2023/24 G4D Tour schedule, which was revamped last year to ensure that golfers across a wider spectrum of disabilities can compete for glory.

  24. Olympic Golf Rankings Update: Team USA, Korea suffer numbers ...

    American Alison Lee, who held the 15th spot in the rankings on April 29 and was Team USA's fourth representative in the top 15, dropped out of the most recent top 60 standings, replaced by Dewi ...

  25. Ladies European Tour RECORD-BREAKING 2022 SCHEDULE

    The 2022 Ladies European Tour season is set to present the greatest number of tournaments and prize money in the organisation's 44-year history. Thanks to the support of new and long-term partners, LET members will compete for a minimum of €24.5 million across 31 events in 2022. The total annual purse is up

  26. Eight European teams to challenge for the title at the 2024 FIVB

    The first week of the 2024 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League will see each of the eight European teams play four times between 14 and 19 May. The second week of the competition is due to take place between 28 May and 2 June, while the third one is scheduled between 11 and 16 June.

  27. Live, Exclusively on ESPN+: Second Round of LPGA Tour's Cognizant

    Maja Stark- No. 15 in Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings, No. 4 in Race to the CME Globe, LGPA Tour winner (2022 ISPS Handa World Invitational), six wins on Ladies European Tour; Cheyenne Knight- Two-time LPGA Tour winner; ESPN+ coverage of Saturday and Sunday rounds will be determined when pairings and tee times are announced. LPGA Tour ...

  28. 2024 Ladies European Tour

    The 2024 Ladies European Tour is a series of golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world. ... The following events appear on the schedule, but do not carry official money or Race to Costa Del Sol ranking points. Date Tournament Host country Winner(s) WWGR points Purse ($) Notes 10 Mar: Aramco Team Series - Tampa: United ...

  29. 2024 Big 12 softball: Bracket, schedule, scores, TV times for the

    2024 Big 12 conference tournament schedule. All times listed in ET. Times are subject to change. First round: Wednesday, May 8. Game 1 - No. 7 Kansas 6, No. 10 Houston 5. Game 2 - No. 8 Texas ...

  30. 2024 SEC softball: Bracket, schedule, scores, TV times for the

    2024 SEC conference tournament schedule. All times listed in ET. Times are subject to change. Championship final: Saturday, May 11. Game 12 - No. 2 Florida 6, No. 5 Missouri 1. Opening round ...