JOHNSTON, R.I. (April 2, 2024) – The LPGA Tour and FM Global are happy to announce that all athletes in the 2024 FM Global Championship field will receive complimentary hotel accommodations. All participating LPGA athletes will have exclusive access to a first-class property located within a short distance of TPC Boston, with all costs covered courtesy of title sponsor FM Global.

“We understand how hard LPGA athletes work to compete week in and week out on the Tour and the travel complexities they face,” said David Johnson, senior vice president, chief client experience officer at FM Global. “By offering athletes at the FM Global Championship complimentary accommodations, we hope to make their experience a little easier – so they can focus on the competition and playing the best they can.”

From Aug. 29 to Sept. 1, the 2024 FM Global Championship will feature a field of 144 players competing for a $3.5 million purse, one of the largest prize funds on the LPGA Tour outside of the majors and tour championship.

“When our friends at FM Global asked how they could continue to elevate this year’s competition, we knew that providing these accommodations would be a great relief to the athlete experience,” said Ricki Lasky, the LPGA’s chief tour business and operations officer. “We are very thankful for their partnership, and we look forward to bringing our world-class athletes to New England later this year.”

Tickets for the 2024 FM Global Championship will be available in the coming weeks. Click here to be notified when tickets go on sale.

The 2024 FM Global Championship marks the LPGA Tour’s return to New England for the first time since the 2004 U.S. Women’s Open, held at Orchards Golf Club in South Hadley, Mass., and won by Meg Mallon. The last time the Tour competed in the greater Boston area was 1997, when Liselotte Neumann won the Welch’s Championship at Blue Hill Country Club in Canton. Other notable women’s golf events held in Massachusetts include the 1954 and 1984 U.S. Women’s Opens at Salem Country Club in Peabody, the 1967-1968 and 1970-1974 KPMG Women’s PGA Championships at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton, and the 1960 U.S. Women’s Open at Worcester Country Club in Worcester.

TPC Boston, located 25 miles south of Boston, opened in 2002 with an original layout by Arnold Palmer, followed by a 2007 redesign by Gil Hanse and Brad Faxon. The course has hosted 17 PGA Tour events, including the Deutsche Bank Championship, the Dell Technologies Championship and The Northern Trust. The 2024 FM Global Championship will be the first professional women’s competition held at TPC Boston.


About the LPGA
The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) is the world’s premier women’s professional golf organization. Created in 1950 by 13 pioneering female Founders, the LPGA, whose members now represent over 60 countries, is the longest-standing professional women’s sports organization. Through the LPGA Tour, the Epson Tour, a joint venture with the Ladies European Tour and the LPGA Professionals, the LPGA provides female professionals the opportunity to pursue their dreams in the game of golf at the highest level. In addition to its professional tours and teaching accreditation programs, the LPGA features a fully integrated Foundation, which offers best-in-class programming for female golfers through its junior golf programming and LPGA Amateurs chapters, tournaments and membership. LPGA aims to use its unique platform to inspire, transform and advance opportunities for girls and women, on and off the golf course.

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About the LPGA Tour
The LPGA Tour is the world’s leading competitive destination for the best female professional golfers in the world. The Tour hosts more than 30 annual events across 10 countries for over 200 Active Players, awarding total prize funds exceeding $118 million and reaching television audiences in more than 220 countries. Follow the LPGA Tour on its U.S. television home, Golf Channel.

About FM Global

Established nearly two centuries ago, FM Global is a mutual insurance company whose capital, scientific research capability and engineering expertise are solely dedicated to property risk management and the resilience of its policyholder-owners. These owners, who share the belief that the majority of property loss is preventable, represent many of the world’s largest organizations, including one of every four Fortune 500 companies. They work with FM Global to better understand the hazards that can impact their business continuity to make cost-effective risk management decisions, combining property loss prevention with insurance protection.

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