LPGA and LET get expanded coverage in the new Sky Sports deal

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Charley Hull plays both LPGA and LET events

British pay-TV broadcaster Sky Sports will continue to broadcast all five women’s golf majors for the next three years after signing a new broadcast partnership with the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and the Ladies European Tour (LET).

In addition to coverage of the Women’s PGA Championship, Evian Championship, ANA Inspiration, US Women’s Open, and AIG Women’s Open through 2024, the Women’s Scottish Open and Solheim Cup will remain on Sky through 2023.

Sky said that women’s golf coverage will increase in 2022 “with more LPGA and LET events than ever,” including the new Aramco series.

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