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The LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) remains the longest-running women’s professional sports associations in the world, founded in 1950 by 13 pioneers. In fact, the LPGA today is truly “Golf’s Global Tour,” with players from more than 25 countries playing in tournaments in 13 countries.
The LPGA sponsor family represents one of the most impressive corporate rosters in women's sports - a roster of industry and brand leaders from around the world. Our partners use the LPGA, its players and tournaments to build their brands and fulfill their global marketing objectives.
Our vision at the LPGA is to inspire, empower, educate and entertain by showcasing the best golf professionals in the world. Our mission is to be a leader in the world of sports, to promote economic empowerment for all members, and to serve as role models on and off the course.
Since being founded in 1950, the LPGA has grown into a global non-profit organization involved in every facet of golf. Through the association, its members and tournaments, the LPGA has generated more than $200M for charities, providing economic support for a variety of causes aimed at solving issues and providing hope.
For more information contact the LPGA Corporate Partnerships department at email@example.com or 386-274-6200.
Each of our tournaments offer local sponsorship packages and pro-am spots. Contact us if you would like more information. Click on the logos below to learn more about each event.
If you are interested in seeking sponsorship or an in-kind donation from the LPGA for your charity event please send your request in writing to LPGA Headquarters, Attn: Linda Small, 100 International Golf Drive, Daytona Beach, FL 32124 at least 90 days in advance. Emails, Faxes and Phone Calls will not be accepted.