Live coverage of the LPGA Championship Walmart NW Arkansas | LPGA

ESPN+ will be broadcasting a special recap of the P&G-organised Walmart NW Arkansas Championship at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers, Arkansas, from September 23-25. One feed will show the full rounds of two featured groups in both the morning and afternoon waves on each day of the tournament.

Arkansas’ featured collections will include 12 LPGA Tour winners for the 2022 season, 14 Solheim Cup players, and 10 major champions.

Featured groups | Friday 23 September

Coverage begins at 9 a.m. ET

sagstrom / khang / o’tole | 9 a.m. ET

  • Madeleine Sajstrom – Number 30 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 17th in the race to the CME Globe World Ranking, LPGA Tour winner, two-time European Solheim Cup team member, Tokyo 2020 Olympian
  • Megan Kang – No. 26 in the Rolex World Women’s Golf Rankings, No. 20 in the race to the CME Globe ranking, two-time US Solheim Cup team member
  • Ryan O’Toole – #56 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, #40 in the race to the CME Globe centers, LPGA Tour winner, and 2011 Solheim American Cup team member

Challenge / Theticol / Alex | 9:11 a.m. ET

  • Paula Ritu – 58th in the Rolex World Women’s Golf Rankings, 31st in the Race to the CME Globe Index World Ranking, first-time Rolex 2022 winner and 2016 Rio Olympics
  • Athaya Thiticol – 2022 Rookie, No. 5 in the Rolex World Women’s Golf Rankings, No. 7 in the race to the CME Globe Ranking, first-time Rolex winner for 2022
  • Marina Alex One win in 2022 season, 32nd in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 24th in the race to the CME Globe ranking, two-time LPGA Tour winner, 2019 Solheim American Cup team member

Lopez / Luis / Kupcho | 2:22 PM ET

  • Gabi Lopez – One win in 2022 season, 37th in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 25th in the race to the CME Globe rankings, three-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time Olympian
  • Stacy Lewis – 2023 US Solheim Cup Captain, #103 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings and former #1 in the world, #54 in the race to the CME Globe Centers, two-time Main Champion, 13-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time Rolex Player of the Year, Four-time US Solheim Cup team member, 2016 Rio Olympic
  • Jennifer Kupshaw Three victories in the 2022 season, 11th in the Rolex World Women’s Golf Rankings, No. 4 in the race to the CME Globe, Chevron Championship 2022 winner, first-time Rolex 2022 winner, US Solheim Cup 2021 team member

M. me / c. korda / kang | 2:33 PM ET

  • Minji Lee Two wins in the 2022 season, third in the Rolex World Women’s Golf Rankings, and No. 1 in the race to the CME Globe centers, two-time Main Champion, eight-time LPGA Tour winner, Tokyo 2020 Olympics
  • Jessica Korda 13th in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 26th in the race to the CME Globe standings, six-time LPGA Tour winner, three-time Solheim USA Team member, Tokyo 2020 Olympics
  • Daniel Kang 21st in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 21st in the race to the CME Globe world rankings, 2017 KPMG Women’s Championship winner, six-time LPGA Tour winner, three-time Solheim USA Team member, 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Featured groups | Saturday 24 September

Coverage begins at 9 a.m. ET

Nordqvist / Rio / Hull | 9 a.m. ET

  • Anna Nordqvist 28th in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 56th in the race to the CME Globe standings, three-time Main Champion, nine-time LPGA Tour winner, seven-time Solheim European Team member, Solheim European 2023 vice-captain, two-time Olympian
  • So Yoon Ryo – #53 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings and former world number one and 91st in the race to the CME Globe Index World Ranking, two-time Grand Champion, and six-time LPGA Tour winner,
  • Charlie Hall – No. 35 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No. 37 in the race to the CME Globe Ranking, LPGA Tour winner, five-time European Solheim Cup team member, 2016 Rio Olympian

Stark / Si Kim / A. me | 9:11 a.m. ET

  • Maya Stark One win in the 2022 season, 2022 LPGA Tour Rookie, #45 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, #50 in the race to the CME Globe ranking, 2022 Rolex first-time winner
  • Si Young Kim – No. 12 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No. 39 in the race to the CME Globe Ranking, 2020 KPMG Women’s Championship winner, 12-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time Olympian
  • Andrea Lee One win in the 2022 season, 54th in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 18th in the race to the CME Globe rankings, first-time Rolex 2022 winner, Epson Tour winner, formerly ranked #1 amateur world number one

Hataoka / Thompson / Rooms | 2:22 PM ET

  • It was called Hataoka One win in the 2022 season, 10th in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 8th in the race to the CME Globe centers, six-time LPGA Tour winner, Tokyo 2020 Olympics
  • Lexi Thompson – No. 7 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No. 9 in the race to the CME Globe Ranking, 2014 Chevron Championship winner, 11-time LPGA Tour winner, five-time Solheim U.S. Cup team member, two-time Olympian
  • Lizette Salas – One win in 2022 season, 55th in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 45th in the race to the CME Globe Ranking, two-time LPGA Tour winner, five-time Solheim USA Team member

n. Korda / L. ku/ewing | 2:33 PM ET

  • Nelly Korda – No. 2 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 22nd in the Race to the CME Globe World Ranking, 2021 KPMG Women’s Championship winner, seven-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time US Solheim Cup team member, Tokyo 2020 Olympic gold medalist
  • Lydia Koo – One win in 2022 season, 4th in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings and former world number one, 3rd in the race to the CME Globe, 17-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time Main Champion, two-time Olympic medalist
  • Ewing’s ally One win in the 2022 season, 31st in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, 34th in the race to the CME Globe, three-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time Solheim USA Cup team member

* ESPN+’s coverage of Sunday’s final round will follow a similar schedule, to be determined when pairs and tee times are announced.

Ryan Burr will host coverage of featured groups with analyst Gail Graham, with Amy Rogers and Chantel McCabe providing live reports and interviews with players.

The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship on ESPN+, along with the Kroger Queen City Championship earlier this month, marks the return of live coverage of the LPGA Tour to the ESPN platform for the first time since 2018.

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