*All tee times are local, CDT Time Zone
Brooke Henderson, Bronte Law, Jeongeun Lee6 - 10th Tee, 12:46 p.m.
Brooke Henderson makes her fifth career appearance in the Lone Star State and is looking to continue her success in Texas, having finished in the top 25 in her four previous appearances. She’s been a steady force atop leaderboards recently, with two top-five finishes in her last three starts. The Canadian is looking for her third win in 2019, which would be her first season with three wins on the LPGA Tour.
Bronte Law makes her Volunteers of America Classic debut this week coming off her third top-five finish of the season. Law will look to continue the momentum she has built from her successful Solheim Cup debut for Team Europe.
Jeongeun Lee6 also makes her maiden appearance in Dallas, which will be her first LPGA start since the Cambia Portland Classic. She’ll have an opportunity to lock up the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year Award, needing to lead by 751 points at the end of the week to secure the honor. She currently holds a 729-point lead over Kristen Gillman, who is also in the field this week.
Ariya Jutanugarn, Georgia Hall, Brittany Altomare - 1st Tee, 8:29 a.m.
Ariya Jutanugarn makes her fifth career appearance at the Volunteers of America Classic this week. Jutanugarn is looking to rebound after her first missed cut in her last 56 starts last week in Indianapolis. The streak dated back to September 2017 at the Evian Championship.
Georgia Hall makes her Volunteers of America Classic debut this week after finishing tied for ninth at the Indy Women in Tech Championship. She looks to continue building off her Solheim Cup success, where she went 4-0-0 for Team Europe.
Brittany Altomare also hopes to ride the Solheim high into Texas. She has made 29 consecutive cuts and has three top-five finishes this year.
Hannah Green, Lizette Salas, Sung Hyun Park - 10th Tee, 12:57 p.m.
Hannah Green will be competing in the Volunteers of America Classic for the first time in what has already been an impressive sophomore season. The Australian has notched victories in two of her last seven starts, including a major championship title at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
Lizette Salas makes her first start since the Solheim Cup and has lately been playing her best golf of 2019. Salas rattled off four consecutive top-15 finishes, including second at the AIG Women’s British Open, before representing the United States at Gleneagles.
Sung Hyun Park, the defending champion at the Volunteers of America Classic, is looking to bounce back following a missed cut in Indianapolis.