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US Women's Open: How to watch, TV channel, course details and more

The 79th US Women’s Open gets underway on Thursday at Lancaster Country Club in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

US Women's Open

How to watch US Women’s Open and TV channel

The US Women’s Open will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Mix and Sky Sports Main Event in the UK and Ireland, starting from 17:00 on Thursday 30th May.

US Women’s Open dates and times

The US Women’s Open will start at 12:15 BST on Thursday 30th May with play taking place over four days and the winner being crowned on Sunday 2nd June.

US Women’s Open course details and venue

There is a premium on hitting fairways and greens at Lancaster Country Club, which will play to 6,583 yards for the championship — exactly 100 yards longer than it was when the Women’s US Open was first held there in 2015 — and to a par 70. 

The biggest change from 2015 can be seen at the par-5 13th hole, which has been lengthened by 30 yards and four new bunkers added.

US Women’s Open stats and past winners

Allisen Corpuz clinched her maiden major win at Pebble Beach Golf Links in 2023 with a three-under final round of 69 and will defend her title this week.

She is joined by seven other past champions in the 156-strong field, including 2022 champion Minjee Lee and 2021 winner Yuka Saso.

Brittany Lang, Ariya Jutanugarn, Jeongeun Lee6, A Lim Kim and In Gee Chun, who was the winner the last time the championship was held at Lancaster Country Club in 2015, are the other former US Women’s Open champions bidding for a second taste of glory.

Nelly Korda, who captured her fifth consecutive tournament victory of the season at the year’s first major, The Chevron Championship, arrives having just won again at the Mizuho Americas Open last week. 

Korda leads the LPGA Tour in greens in regulation, putts per green in regulation and scoring average.

Notable players at this year’s US Women’s Open

Current world number one Korda is the player to beat as she attempts to win her seventh title and second major of the 2024 season. 

Celine Boutier, Ashleigh Buhai, Brooke Henderson, Lydia Ko and Hannah Green are among the other former major winners in the field with Australian Green the only other multiple winner this season on the LPGA Tour.

The Perth native’s two victories came at the HSBC Women’s World Championship in March and the JM Eagle LA Championship presented by Plastpro in April. 

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