LPGA Tour: BMW Ladies Championship 2022 Preview, How to watch & more

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A professional women’s golf tournament that is a stop on the LPGA Tour, the BMW Ladies Championship is held annually. It was an LPGA Tour of Korea event from 2015 to 2017; it made its debut on the LPGA Tour in 2019. When it returned in 2019, it took the place of the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship as the Korean leg on the LPGA Tour’s Asian swing. In 2019, it made its debut on the LPGA Tour.

How to watch BMW Ladies Championship

  • Date: 20-23 October 2022
  • Venue: Oak Valley Country Club in Wonju
  • Live Broadcast: Golf Tv

BMW Ladies Championship Schedule:

20 OctoberRound 1Golf
21 OctoberRound 2Golf
22 OctoberRound 3Golf
23 OctoberRound 4Golf

BMW Ladies Championship Preview

This year is going to bring about a change in that. Oak Valley Country Club in Wonju, which is approximately one hundred kilometers east of Seoul, will serve as the host venue for the BMW Ladies Championship 2022. The event will take place from October 18th through the 23rd. Oak Valley, which first opened its doors in 1998, is widely regarded as one of the best golf courses in South Korea. It features four different 9-hole courses, all of which were built by Robert Trent Jones Jr.: the Oak Course, the Maple Course, the Pine Course, and the Cherry Course. The BMW Ladies Championship will be held on a course that features Oak, Maple, and Cherry in various combinations.

After the highly successful debut and the event’s cancellation in 2020 because of the pandemic, the BMW Ladies Championship 2021 was one of the few tournaments in Asia to return to the LPGA Tour calendar in 2021, albeit with no spectators allowed. After the debut’s success and the event’s cancellation in 2020 because of the pandemic.

The year 2021 was Jin Young Ko’s third consecutive victory in the tournament. She began the final round four strokes behind Hee Jeong Lim, but she shot an 8-under 64 to force a playoff with her countryman, and she won the playoff with a birdie on the first hole. Hee Jeong Lim tied for second place.

Following a seven-week absence caused by a wrist injury, world No. 1 and defending champion Jin Young Ko is set to compete in the third iteration of the BMW Ladies Championship. This event will be the highlight of the tournament. However, this week’s field’s strength extends beyond the No. 1 position, as Ko will be joined at the Oak Valley Country Club by six other players currently ranked in the top 10 of the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings. Notable newcomers include Atthaya Thitikul, currently ranked No. 2 in the world, Minjee Lee, currently ranked No. 3, and Lydia Ko, currently ranked No. 5.

The event takes place on the golf course of the LPGA International Busan.

Is the BMW Ladies Championship part of the LPGA Tour?

Yes, The BMW Ladies Championship is part of the LPGA Tour.

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