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Tickets now available for Kingsmill Championship

The Kingsmill Championship is considered to be one of the premier golf tournaments on the LPGA Tour. Kingsmill Resort first hosted the event in 2003 and has had past champions that include Annika Sorenstam, Grace Park, Karrie Webb and two-time champion Cristie Kerr.Kingsmill Resort announced today that tickets for the upcoming Kingsmill Championship are now on sale.  The championship will welcome back the world’s best women golfers to the renowned River Course on Sept. 6-9.

The Kingsmill Championship is considered to be one of the premier golf tournaments on the LPGA Tour. Kingsmill Resort first hosted the event in 2003 and has had past champions that include Annika Sorenstam, Grace Park, Karrie Webb and two-time champion Cristie Kerr.

Current LPGA stars who are expected to compete for the $1.3 million purse are Paula Creamer, Natalie Gulbis, Michelle Wie, Stacy Lewis, Ai Miyazato and many more. The championship will be seen in over 100 countries with more than 8 hours of live TV coverage on The Golf Channel.

image“We are excited to be back in Williamsburg, at Kingsmill Resort.  This is an exciting day for the Hampton Roads area, a place known for its enthusiastic galleries.” said Mike Whan, LPGA Commissioner. “On the LPGA, we challenge fans to See Why It’s Different Out Here and we hope everyone has a chance to come out and see the most approachable athletes in sport.”

. Tickets start as low as $25 for Good-Any-Day Grounds and $35 for Clubhouse Tickets.  Spectators can also purchase a Weekly Badge good for access to the tournament all five days of play, along with a complimentary greens fee on the River, Plantation or Woods Course.  Kids 17 and under are admitted free when accompanied by a ticketed adult.   Active-duty military members, police officers and firefighters and one guest receive complimentary grounds admission Wednesday – Friday when a valid I.D. is presented at the tournament entrance.

Tickets and more information can be found here

Read more about Kingsmill here

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