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ANNIKA Foundation Releases 2024 Tournament Schedule



Highlights Include ANNIKA Invitational Series Visiting Four Continents,

SERI PAK & ANNIKA Invitational Asia Returning to Korea for Second Year

 

(ORLANDO, Fla.) – The ANNIKA Foundation – golf Hall-of-Famer Annika Sorenstam’s charitable organization – has released its 2024 tournament schedule.

 

Six events for female golfers will once again be held across four different continents: Asia, Europe, North America and South America. The Foundation’s 16th year of hosting tournaments will kick off January 13-16 at Eagle Creek Golf Club in Orlando, Florida for the Hilton Grand Vacations ANNIKA Invitational USA presented by Rolex.

 

As the first day of summer approaches, the Foundation team will make its traditional trip to Sweden for two events at Isaberg Golf Club, the ANNIKA Invitational Europe and ANNIKA Cup. Then, in the fall, the Foundation will stage three tournaments: the ANNIKA Intercollegiate presented by 3M, the SERI PAK & ANNIKA Invitational Asia, and the Women’s Amateur Latin America Championship presented by The R&A and ANNIKA Foundation. For the first time, the Women’s Amateur Latin America will be hosted in Lima, Peru at Lima Golf Club. For the fifth year, Royal Golf Club in Lake Elmo, Minnesota will host 12 of the country’s best NCAA Division I women’s programs on a golf course Annika co-designed with the late Arnold Palmer.

 

A very busy year also will include “Share My Passion” clinics around the United States as well as a new initiative that will be announced later this spring.

 

“I’m so thankful to our team as we enter our 16th year of hosting tournaments for girls and young women,” Annika said. “Their hard work and fierce dedication has been critical to our Foundation impacting the lives of more than 1,000 girls from 60-plus countries every year. And with some exciting announcements on the horizon, 2024 promises to be the best year yet as we continue to spread our ‘More than Golf’ philosophy across the globe.”

 

Annika is intimately involved with all the championships. Scheduled activities for competitors typically include clinics where she shares her “Winning Approach” philosophy, gala dinners, education sessions, awards presentations and more.

 

Since the inaugural Foundation tournament – the 2009 ANNIKA Invitational USA – more than 340 ANNIKA event alumnae have earned LPGA Tour cards. Additionally, over 925 past ANNIKA players have played Division I college golf.

 

In 2024, the Foundation also will host two fundraiser events – one in Orlando in February and one in Philadelphia in August. This also marks the first year of the ANNIKA Women’s All Pro Tour, which is a developmental tour for the Epson Tour and LPGA Tour.

 

For more information, please visit www.annikafoundation.org.

 

2024 ANNIKA Foundation Tournament Schedule

 

  • January 13-16 – Hilton Grand Vacations ANNIKA Invitational USA presented by Rolex, Eagle Creek Golf Club, Orlando, Fla. (Defending champion: Ashleen Kaur, Texas)

  • February 26 – ANNIKA Foundation Fundraiser, Country Club of Orlando, Orlando, Fla.

  • ANNIKA Women’s All Pro Tour – 2024 Season – April – August

  • June 9-11 – ANNIKA Cup, Isaberg Golf Club, Hestra, Sweden

  • June 10-13 – ANNIKA Invitational Europe, Isaberg Golf Club, Hestra, Sweden (Defending champion: Yana Beeli, Swtizerland)

  • August 19 – ANNIKA Foundation Fundraiser, Rolling Green Golf Club, Philadelphia, Penn.

  • September 8-11 – ANNIKA Intercollegiate presented by 3M, Royal Golf Club, Lake Elmo, Minn. (Defending champion: South Carolina (Team)/ Phoebe Brinker, Duke, Lottie Woad, FSU, Kiara Romero, Oregon and Louise Rydqvist, South Carolina (Individual)

  • September 30-October 3 – SERI PAK & ANNIKA Invitational Asia, Serenity Golf & Resort, Cheonju-si, South Korea (Defending champion: Yeram Kil, Korea)

  • November 18-24 – Women’s Amateur Latin America presented by The R&A and ANNIKA Foundation, Lima Golf Club, Lima, Peru (Defending champion: Ela Anacona, Argentina)

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