Meijer LPGA Classic Field Set

Meijer LPGA Classic Field Set
  • Meijer LPGA Classic Field Set
  • Tournament Features Nine Of Top Ten Golfers In Rolex Rankings

With nine of the top ten golfers in the 2019 Rolex World Rankings, the sixth annual Meijer LPGA Classic has its strongest field yet.

The tournament is June 11 – 16 at Blythefield Country Club in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Slated for the field are:

  • Jin-Young Ko (1)
  • Minjee Lee (2)
  • Sung Hyun Park (3)
  • Lexi Thompson (4)
  • Jeongeun Lee6 (5)
  • Nasa Hatakoka (7)
  • So Yeon Ryu (8)
  • Brooke Henderson (9)
  • Inbee Park (10)

Other notables include

  • In Gee Chun
  • Paula Creamer
  • Dame Laura Davies
  • Sandra Gal
  • Moriya Jutanugam
  • Lydia Ko
  • Jessica Korda
  • Nelly Korda
  • Jennifer Kupcho
  • Pernilla Lindberg
  • Gerina Piller
  • Lizette Salas
  • Shanshan Feng.

“Each year, the West Michigan community comes out in a big way to support these talented golfers, which is the main reason they want to return to compete in our tournament,” said Cathy Cooper, Executive Director of the Meijer LPGA Classic. “We’re so grateful to see these familiar faces year after year.”  

This year’s field also will include some interesting sponsors’ exemptions. :

Allyson Geer-Park, who is a rising senior at MSU, will make her third appearance. In 2018, she shot a 4-over 148, and in 2017, a 7-over 149. To view her full bio, please visit:

Aneka Seumanutafa, will be a sophomore at Ohio State. Since joining the team in january, she has competed in nine events. To view her full bio, please visit:

Stephanie Lau is a senior at Northwestern. This season she placed Top 20 in all but one individual competition. Lau holds the second-lowest single-season scoring average (72.13) in program history; best-ever by a rookie. To view her full bio, please visit:

The full field can be found at:

The 2019 Meijer LPGA Classic will host a full field of 144 of the best women golfers for 72 holes of stroke play over four days of competition. Proceeds from the tournament – and each of the week’s festivities – will once again benefit the Meijer Simply Give program that restocks the shelves of food pantries across the Midwest. The 2018 tournament alone raised $1.1 million for local food pantries through Simply Give. In total, the five tournaments have generated more than $4.2 million for the Meijer Simply Give program.

The spring Simply Give campaign is underway and runs through the end of the tournament on June 16. Individuals may purchase a $10 Simply Give donation card at any Meijer store during that timeframe to support the store’s local food pantry partner.

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