Tickets are now on sale to witness the stars of the LPGA when they return to the ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer from May 25–31, 2020, tournament officials announced today. Defending champion Lexi Thompson will be one of 144 players competing for the $1.75 million purse when the best female golfers in the world descend upon South Jersey for the area’s largest annual sporting event. There are three ticket options for fans interested in attending the 2020 ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer. Tickets can be purchased in advance online or during tournament week at the Main Gate.
Good-Any-One-Day Grounds Ticket for $15
Weekly Grounds Pass for $30
Weekly Clubhouse Pass for $60 (provides access inside Seaview, A Dolce Hotel)
Borgata Skybox on 17 for $125 (shared hospitality)
For more information about ticket sales, volunteers, Pro-Am player packages and sponsorship opportunities visit www.ShopRiteLPGAClassic.com or call the Tournament office at (609) 798-0222. Since 1986, the ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer has attracted millions of fans to South Jersey. The tournament also attracts hundreds of corporate partners and broadcasts the region to 175 countries and more than 500 million households worldwide. “We’re proud to represent our region on a global scale and look forward to hosting the best players in the world at Seaview, A Dolce Hotel,” said Tim Erensen, Executive Director of the ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer. “ We would like to thank ShopRite, our fans, partners and community leaders for continually make us one of the best events in professional golf.” ShopRite has served as title sponsor of the tournament since 1992, and has donated more than $35 million to regional charities through its partnership with women’s professional golf. “We are proud of ShopRite's long running partnership and friendship with the LPGA,” said Joseph Colalillo, Chairman and CEO of Wakefern Food Corp. “The annual tournament brings the best golfers in the world to Atlantic County to compete while raising money for important community-based organizations. Local charities and groups that help those in need shared $1.4 million in grants at the 2019 ShopRite LPGA Classic, and a total of $35 million has been donated to thousands of important organizations over the last 27 years of the tournament. We look forward to more great golf and giving back with the LPGA in 2020.”