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Superstition Mountain is no stranger to hosting the world’s leading female golfers. It was the venue for the 2004-2008 Safeway International, with a Hall-of-Fame list of winners in Annika Sorenstam (2004, 2005), Juli Inkster (2006) and Lorena Ochoa (2007, 2008). The competition also marks the next stage in the LPGA Tour’s long relationship with the greater Phoenix area, from the 1953 Phoenix Weathervane to the 2019 Cognizant Founders Cup.
Media credentialing is now open for the 2023 LPGA Drive On Championship. Media who wish to attend and cover the competition should apply for credentials at www.lpgamediacredentials.com.
Fans can expect four days of excitement at Superstition Mountain, with numerous family- and fan-friendly activities outside the ropes.
The best ticket value is a Weekly General Admission pass, which includes four days of parking, for $95. Daily General Admission tickets are $40, and all juniors 17 and under will receive complimentary access to the tournament grounds with a ticketed adult. Additionally, volunteer opportunities are available for fans who want to participate in the week’s festivities.
For more information on tickets and volunteer opportunities, visit www.lpga.com/tournaments/lpga-drive-on-championship/overview.