Atlantic City's largest annual sporting event is returning to its traditional summer dates in 2022, serving as the kickoff event for the summer. A field of 144 of the best players in the women's game will be converging upon the Jersey Shore for the 2022 ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer, June 6-12, competing for a share of a $1.75 million purse.
World No. 1 Jin Young Ko, major champions Lydia Ko and Inbee Park, defending champion Celine Boutier and nine of the past 10 champions are early commitments to the ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer. Tickets are on sale now in the Tickets section.
Partner with one of the longest-running and most prestigious events in women's professional golf. The ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer has hosted one of New Jersey's premier sporting events for more than 25 years. Past champions include current and future hall of famers like Lexi Thompson, Annika Sorenstam, Juli Inkster, Karrie Webb and Stacy Lewis.
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Atlantic City is home to the largest Pro-Am in all of professional golf. Play and party alongside the stars of the LPGA and create memories that will last a lifetime! The ShopRite Pro-Am provides the opportunity to play golf with an LPGA player on some of the finest courses in New Jersey. Each Pro-Am spot includes golf with an LPGA professional, invitation for two to the exclusive Pro-Am celebration, deluxe gift package and more. Packages can be designed to fit any group or person's needs. Single spots, foursomes or other combinations are available for a two-day or one-day event.
Check out Golf Digest's Alex Myers, who writes about the experience of playing in an LPGA Pro-Am.
Check out Men's Journal's Nick McClelland, who writes about how "Playing in a Pr-Am Should be on Every Golfer's Bucket List."