Ways to Watch the Action: U.S. Women's Open presented by Ally - MASSGOLF

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Ways to watch the action: u.s. women’s open presented by ally

By: Annie Grace Smith

With the U.S. Women’s Open coming up this weekend (May 30-June 2) at Lancaster CC, we wanted to share some resources from the USGA. This is definitely one of the biggest women’s golf events of the year so don’t miss out!

A tip from Annie Grace:

First off, when you head down to Pennsylvania, they pronounce Lancaster a little differently than we do up in Massachusetts. It is pronounced LANK-ah-STER (“Lank” as in “tall and lanky”) and as someone who knows people from that area– they get feisty when it is pronounced wrong.


We’ve compiled a list of ways you can follow the action this week:


Lexi Thompson (29), who will have her 18th consecutive start of the U.S. Women’s Open announces her retirement from the LPGA. Thompson qualified for her first U.S. Women’s Open at age 12 and has become an icon of women’s golf ever since. To read about her story, click here.


Back in 2015, In Gee Chun, won at Lancaster CC, she and Allison Corpuz (2023 defending champion) talk about the 17th hole in this short video.

Speaking of past champions, watch Allison Corpuz’s path to victory in this video that compiles every televised shot from last year’s championship.


To read about the course architect, William Flynn, click here to see what this Golden Age designer’s course has to offer for this championship.

After you’ve read about the course architecture, watch this video to see a course overview with a flyover or view these course tour photos.

Interested in the championship’s logo? Read this article about the logo creation.


The Field features one Mass Golfer, Megan Khang, and three players who qualified from Winchester CC’s U.S. Women’s Qualifying on May 1: Katie Li, Lucy Li, and Amelia Lewis. To see the full field and follow your favorite players, click here.

You may have noticed that the championship logo is a rose… Read more about Rose Zhang playing at the Red Rose city’s Lancaster Country Club.


Tickets can be purchased here (Lancaster isn’t that far away…).

To view the Broadcast coverage, click here.

To view the tee times, click here.

To read the Fan Information guide, click here.

If you’re headed down to PA, you’ll be able to do more than just watch golf! Check out these on-site Fan Experiences.

Photo galleries and Highlights will be posted daily on the USGA’s website under the U.S. Women’s Open page.

Also, follow along on the USGA’s social platforms (@USGA) to watch clips of the event if you don’t have time to watch the action on TV or want a different perspective of the event.


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