Field for The Chevron Championship Taking Shape As LPGA Tour Finishes Asian Swing

March 6, 2024

Players have four more opportunities in next five weeks to book a spot at The Club at Carlton Woods

After the first five official LPGA Tour events of the season, including the first two legs of the Asian Swing the past two weeks, the field for The Chevron Championship is coming into sharper focus.

The competition was fierce over the course of four days at the Honda LPGA Thailand, played on Siam Country Club’s Old Course in Chonburi, Thailand. Patty Tavatanakit, a Thai native earned her first LPGA Tour victory at The Chevron Championship in 2021, captured her second career title with a one-stroke victory over Albane Valenzuela. The following week, Australia’s Hannah Green birdied her final three holes to take a one-stroke victory over Celine Boutier at the HSBC Women’s World Championship, held on the Tanjong Course at Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore.

Players who have yet to secure a spot in The Chevron Championship field will have four opportunities over the next five weeks to play their way in with a win or through the Race to the CME Globe standings going into The Chevron Championship. The LPGA Tour next heads to Hainan Island in the People’s Republic of China for the Blue Bay LPGA, before returning to the United States for three competitions across California, Arizona and Nevada. The Chevron field will be finalized on April 7, following the competition of the T-Mobile Match Play presented by MGM Rewards in Las Vegas.

From April 17-21, Houston-area sports fans will have a front-row seat to watch the brightest stars in women’s golf shine on its biggest stage as the world’s best compete for the first major championship of the 2024 LPGA Tour season.

Last week, The Chevron Championship announced that Texas native Angela Stanford will receive a sponsor exemption into the 2024 major. Stanford, a member of the LPGA Tour since 2001, will compete in her 98th consecutive major championship, the longest active major streak in professional golf.

As part of its mission to provide amateurs with greater access and the opportunity to showcase their talent, The Chevron Championship also offers six spots for qualifying amateurs from key international amateur tournaments. Four of those spots have been locked down by Chun-Wei Wu of Chinese Taipei, winner of the 2024 Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific; Germany’s Chiara Horder, winner of the 2023 Women’s Amateur Championship; America’s Megan Schofill, winner of the 2023 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship; and Argentina’s Ela Anacona, winner of the 2024 Women’s Latin America Amateur Championship.

“The Chevron Championship has a long tradition of welcoming the world’s best up-and-coming amateurs to compete alongside their future LPGA Tour counterparts,” said Josetta Jones, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for Chevron. “These exemptions are critically important to the team at Chevron and are aligned with our mission to elevate the women’s game and create competitive pathways for the next LPGA Tour stars.”

The remaining amateur spots will be awarded in April to the winners of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur and the Chevron Silverado Showdown.

Fans can purchase tickets or view details on ticket options for The Chevron Championship at Various daily and weekly ticket and hospitality packages are available so fans can enjoy every moment of the action at The Club at Carlton Woods.

  • General Admission – Daily and weekly General Admission tickets include access to tournament grounds, various open seating options across the course and food and beverage options available for purchase at concessions stands.
  • St. Luke’s Health Pavilion – Enjoy the taste of an upgraded hospitality experience at The Chevron Championship with the St. Luke’s Health Pavilion. Pavilion guests will receive an upgraded experience that features all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages, premium views, access to upgraded restroom facilities and more. Alcoholic beverages are available for those over 21 through four redeemable coupons, included with ticket purchase. A portion of the proceeds from St. Luke’s Health Pavilion tickets will benefit a local charity.

Fans who want a closer and more rewarding experience at The Chevron Championship are invited to register as a volunteer. Volunteers can experience the tournament from a different perspective, including from inside the ropes. For volunteer information, visit

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