The LPGA Road Trip Driven by Monaco RV/Alliance Coach continued over the weekend with stops in Orlando, Wildwood and Tampa.
Rolex Rankings No. 5 Na Yeon Choi and Rolex Rankings No. 8 Song-Hee Kim visited Sea World in Orlando on Friday. The duo was followed by a Golf Channel camera as they walked the park and interacted with sea lions. Afterwards, they took a tour of the RV.
Also on Friday, Rolex Rankings No. 4 Yani Tseng met with media at Lake Nona Country Club. Tseng, who currently leads the Rolex Player of the Year race, spoke about her love of the Orlando-area and excitement about the LPGA Tour Championship at Grand Cypress.
M.J. Hur toured the Alliance Coach facility – home base of the LPGA Road Trip – in Wildwood, Fla. on Saturday and signed autographs for Alliance staff.
On Sunday, the RV pulled into Innisbrook Golf Club outside Tampa for the ISPS Legends Tour Championship. Tournament champion Rosie Jones toured the RV on Sunday morning prior to her five-shot victory at the Tour’s only major.
The LPGA Road Trip Driven by Monaco RV/Alliance Coach is a fully integrated Mobile Marketing/Media Tour that will make stops at several events throughout the state of Florida. The LPGA Tour Championship is the final tournament on the 2010 LPGA Tour schedule. The top 120 LPGA Professionals will compete for a total purse of $1.5 million and a first-place prize of $225,000 at Grand Cypress Golf Club in Orlando, Florida. The tournament will air on Golf Channel December 2-5, 2010.
The LPGA Road Trip Driven by Monaco RV / Alliance Coach also is being supported by LPGA and LPGA Tour Championship partners including Pepsi, Blue Diamond Almonds, Choice Hotels and Florida's Natural® Brand.