Sky Sports Golf will continue to show all five of the women’s majors, with more LPGA Tour and LET events than ever shown live on Sky Sports in 2022.
From Sky Sports Golf
Last updated: 09/06/21 7:15 PM
Sky Sports has announced a three-year extension of its existing rights agreements for both the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and the Ladies European Tour (LET), asserting its position as the home of women’s golf.
Sky Sports has announced a three-year extension of its existing rights agreements for the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and the Ladies European Tour (LET).
With the extension of the LPGA deal, Sky Sports will be home to all five women’s golf majors through 2024: the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, the Evian Championship, ANA Inspiration, the US Women’s Open, and the AIG Women’s Open.
The Women’s Scottish Open and Solheim Cup will be shown on Sky Sports Golf in a three-year contract extension (including 2021) through 2023.
Charley Hull (right) made her fifth appearance in a row for Team Europe at this year’s Solheim Cup
Women’s golf has continued to grow and attract large audiences, both on the golf course and on television. The Solheim Cup drew 100,000 fans over three days this week and the AIG Women’s Open produced excellent TV numbers for an exciting final day, as did all three days of the Curtis Cup.
Solheim Cup Golf
September 7, 2021, 10:00 a.m.
Jason Wessely, Sky Sports Director of Golf, said, “Sky Sports has been a proud supporter of women’s golf for decades. Today we’re excited to announce new agreements with the LPGA and LET, both of which are adding new events to their diaries.
“One of the golf highlights this season was the exciting AIG Women’s Open in Carnoustie, where we showed more hours of coverage than ever before, one of the most important sporting events for women on the calendar.”
Over 25 Years of Women’s Golf Experience Sky Sports broadcasts 35 women’s golf tournaments, including all five majors, the Curtis Cup and the Augusta National Women’s Amateur. In 2022, this will increase with more LPGA and LET events than ever before, including the new Aramco series and attending the AIG Women’s Open in Muirfield.