The LPGA Tour Returns to Southern California in 2024 With Two Premier Events in March and April

LOS ANGELES – The LPGA Tour is set to return to Southern California this spring with two premier events set to take place in March and April.

The FIR HILLS SERI PAK Championship, hosted at Palos Verdes Golf Club in suburban Los Angeles, will take place March 18-24. Seri Pak, one of the most decorated professional golfers in history from the Republic of Korea, is set to return to the LPGA Tour as host of the newly renamed championship, which will feature a field of 144 players competing for an elevated purse of $2 million, a $250,000 increase from 2023.

“It is an honor to return to the LPGA Tour as host for the FIR HILLS SERI Pak Championship at Palos Verdes Golf Club,” said Pak. “Mentoring the next generation of golfers and giving back to the game I love is at the core of everything I do. I’m excited to kick off this new partnership and elevate this tournament to new heights on the LPGA Tour.”

Palos Verdes Golf Club, often referred to as the “hidden gem” in Southern California, is set to host the LPGA Tour for a third consecutive year. 20-year old Ruoning Yin earned her first LPGA Tour victory at Palos Verdes Golf Club in 2023, ultimately elevating her to Rolex Rankings No. 1. Marina Alex captured her first LPGA Tour win since 2018 at the 2022 edition of the championship.

One month later, the LPGA will go Hollywood when it returns to historic Wilshire Country Club for the JM Eagle LA Championship presented by Plastpro in Los Angeles. The JM Eagle LA Championship will take place April 22-28, where the field of 144 players will compete for a $3 million purse, one of the largest prize funds on the LPGA Tour outside of golf’s major championships. Newly announced for this year, the entire 144-player field will receive complimentary lodging accommodations during tournament week, courtesy of JM Eagle and Plastpro.

“To be successful on the LPGA Tour requires a lot of costs week-in and week-out to compete at the highest level. Shirley and I are honored to provide complimentary hotel accommodations for all of the players competing in our great championship,” said Walter Wang, Chairman and CEO of JM Eagle. “Covering the hotel costs underscores our commitment to elevating the player experience and elevating this championship to be the premier event on the LPGA Tour.” 

The JM Eagle LA Championship will be in its second year in 2024, and overall, the sixth year the LPGA Tour has competed at Wilshire Country Club. Hannah Green captured her first LPGA Tour win in four years via a two-hole playoff in 2023. Past champions at Wilshire Country Club include Nasa Hataoka, Brooke Henderson, Minjee Lee and Moriya Jutanugarn.

Tickets are on sale now for both championships at and, which include grounds tickets and premium hospitality tickets offering a wide degree of entertainment and access. 

Several Los Angeles-area LPGA players are scheduled to compete at both championships, including Lilia Vu, Allisen Corpuz, Alison Lee and Danielle Kang.

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