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Women's PGA Championship: How to watch, TV channel, course details and more

Going back to the first tournament in 1955, the Women's PGA Championship is one of the main events on the LPGA circuit.

One of the five majors in the women’s game, all eyes will be on Sahalee Country Club this month to see who will be crowned the 2024 Women's PGA Championship winner.

Women's PGA Championship

How to watch Women's PGA Championship and TV channel

The Women's PGA Championship will be shown live on Sky Sports Mix and Main Event.

Women's PGA Championship dates and times

The 2024 Women's PGA Championship starts on Thursday 20th June and will conclude on Sunday 23rd June.

Tee times for the event in Washington are yet to be announced.

Women's PGA Championship course details and venue

The 2024 Women's PGA Championship will be staged at Sahalee Country Club, Sammamish, Washington.

This course was designed by Ted Robinson back in 1969 and renovated by Rees Jones in 1996.

Sahalee should provide a stern examination of the world's best women players and is set to play as a 6,831-yard, par 71.

Women's PGA Championship stats and past winners

American Beverley Hansen was the first winner of the Women's PGA Championship back in 1955 at Orchard Ridge Country Club.

Mary “Mickey” Wright is the only player to have won the Women's PGA Championship on four occasions - in 1958, 1960, 1961 and 1963.

China’s Ying Ruoning is the reigning champion after a one-shot victory at the 2023 Women's PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club.

Women's PGA Championship this year's notable players

Nelly Korda starts the PGA as this year’s favourite, as the two-time Major champion has won six times on the LPGA Tour this year.

Korda's impressive streak of success this year started with victory in the LPGA Drive On Championship at the end of January.

February and June are the only months in 2024 during which she failed to lift a trophy and many people will expect the 25-year-old Floridian to claim some June joy at Sahalee.

Also in the running are Atthaya Thitikul, Ayake Furue and Brooke Henderson, top players who will be expected to be in the mix come Sunday.

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