The Korda sisters, winners of the first two LPGA events this season, will be grouped alongside one another in the opening round of the Drive On Championship at Golden Ocala.
Nelly and Jessica Korda will be joined by world No. 1 Jin Young Ko at 8:11 a.m. ET. Nelly won last week’s Gainbridge LPGA while Jessica captured the season-opening Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions.
Live Golf Channel coverage begins at 10 a.m. ET.
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TEANECK, N.J. – Cognizant, one of the world’s leading professional services companies, today announced it has partnered with both the PGA TOUR and LPGA Tour to become a Global Partner of the Presidents Cup and a title partner of the LPGA Tour’s Founders Cup.
By partnering with the Presidents Cup and LPGA Tour, Cognizant will add support for both men’s and women’s golf while increasing its global awareness as the leading technology services partner for its clients. Cognizant will also receive several benefits tied to each tour, including hosting unique client experiences – providing the company with new opportunities to engage with existing and prospective customers.
Cognizant’s partnership with the Presidents Cup covers the next three biennial matches, through 2026. The next edition of the Presidents Cup will be held at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C., on September 19-25, 2022. The 2024 event will return to The Royal Montreal Golf Club in Montreal, and Medinah Country Club in Chicago will host the 2026 Presidents Cup.
Cognizant joins Rolex and Citi as one of three Global Partners of the Presidents Cup.
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The legacy unfolded slowly but deliberately. Rolex Rookie of the Year in 1994; Her first LPGA Tour victory in 1995 – the U.S. Women’s Open, no less – along with Rolex Player of the Year and the Vare Trophy. But it was 25 years ago, when she won again at the 1996 U.S. Women’s Open, that Annika Sorenstam shouted her arrival. Now, after 13 years away, she returns.
There is an entire generation of fans – including her children – who’ve never seen Annika in an official LPGA Tour event. But that changes at the Gainbridge Championship Feb. 25-28, literally in Sorenstam’s backyard at Lake Nona in Orlando, Fla. Those who love golf get a precious mulligan – the chance to see one of the best compete again.
“I am overwhelmed at the positive response to my deciding to play,” Sorenstam says. “Ava and Will are excited and are a big part of why I will do it. The members at Lake Nona have been really nice too, asking me nearly every day the past couple of weeks to play. I’m glad it worked out and I’m thankful there is a category for Hall of Famers, which I didn’t even know about.”