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  • Helen Alfredsson holding the Senior LPGA winner's trophy
  • Senior LPGA Championship
  • Trish
  • Senior LPGA Player

Senior LPGA Championship

presented by Old National Bank

August 23-29, 2021

The Pete Dye Course at French Lick

2021 Tournament Dates

Monday, August 23
Senior LPGA Practice Round
The Pete Dye Course


Tuesday, August 24
Senior LPGA Practice Round and Qualification
The Pete Dye Course

1st Pro-Am Pairings Party
French Lick Spring Hotel


Wednesday, August 25
1st Pro-Am
The Pete Dye Course

2nd Pro-Am Parings Party
French Lick Spring Hotel

Thursday, August 26
2nd Pro-Am
The Pete Dye Course


Friday, August 27
1st Round, 2021 Senior LPGA Championship
The Pete Dye Course


Saturday, August 28
2nd Round, 2021 Senior LPGA Championship
The Pete Dye Course


Sunday, August 29
3rd & Final Round, 2021 Senior LPGA Championship
The Pete Dye Course

2019 Recap

Helen Alfredsson saved her best for last, rallying in the final round of the Senior LPGA Championship to earn a sweep of the two senior majors for 2019.


Alfredsson sizzled with a 2-under par in the final round to outduel Hall of Famer Juli Inkster and the rest of the leaders, posting a three-round total of 214 to seize the LPGA Championship title on the heels of her U.S. Senior Women’s Open win five months earlier. In a crisp and breezy final round at The Pete Dye Course at French Lick, Alfredsson was one of only two golfers to break par on the day. The final-round surge boosted Alfredsson to the winner’s circle after she’d been close to the title the prior two years, finishing runner-up in 2018 and third in 2017.


Inkster, the tourney leader entering the final round, finished three strokes behind Alfredsson in second place. Trish Johnson, the 2017 Senior LPGA champion, shared third place with Moira Dunn-Bohls. Rounding out the top 5 was Michele Redman, a former All-American and Big Ten Conference champion at Indiana University.


About the LPGA

The LPGA is the world’s leading professional golf organization for women. Founded in 1950, the association celebrates a diverse and storied membership with more than 2,300 members representing 30 countries. With a vision to inspire, empower, educate and entertain by showcasing the best of women’s golf, LPGA Tour professionals compete across the globe, while dedicated LPGA teaching and club professionals grow the game through teaching, coaching and management. The Symetra Tour consistently produces a pipeline of talent ready for the world stage. Follow the LPGA on its television home, Golf Channel, and on the web via:,, and


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