One of the Best Fields in Women’s Golf Set to Compete at Pelican Golf Club

Eight of the top ten and 83 of the top 100 female professional golfers are set to compete in the LPGA’s inaugural Pelican Women’s Championship Presented by DEX Imaging & Konica Minolta. The event will be held November 16-22 at the newly-reimagined Pelican Golf Club in Belleair, Fla.

Field highlights include:

  • Eight of the top ten on the 2020 money list, including Danielle Kang and Brooke Henderson.

  • Rolex World No. 1 Jin Young Ko.

  • Winners of eight of the last ten majors, as well as past major champions Brittany Lincicome, Stacy Lewis, Morgan Pressel and Mo Martin.

  • Multiple winners of the Race to the CME Globe, the LPGA’s season-long points contest, including Lexi Thompson and Lydia Ko.

  • Up-and-coming stars like Jennifer Kupcho, Maria Fassi, Muni He, Sierra Brooks, Leona Maguire, Brittany Altomare and Gabi Ruffels, who is competing as an amateur.

  • Fan favorites like Natalie Gulbis, Karrie Webb and Cristie Kerr.

“Our field represents the best players in women’s professional golf, and we’re excited to host them at Pelican Golf Club,” said Scott Reid, Executive Director of the Pelican Women’s Championship. “Welcoming the LPGA to Pelican Golf Club is a great opportunity to support women’s professional golf during a challenging year and shine a spotlight on the Tampa Bay community.”

Pelican Golf Club, formerly known as Belleview Biltmore Golf Club, underwent major renovations to upgrade its facilities after the purchase by Dan Doyle Sr. and Dan Doyle Jr. was completed in 2017. Originally designed by Donald Ross and opened in 1925, The Beau Welling Design group oversaw the renovation project, re-establishing the stylistic elements of a golden age golf course.

“We are honored to welcome the finest golfers in the world to our championship course to experience its world-class amenities and unmatched golf experience,” said Dan Doyle Jr., President and CEO of DEX Imaging, and co-owner of Pelican Golf Club. “When we began this renovation, we did so with the goal to welcome the best players in professional golf to Pelican and we’re excited to watch them compete for $1.5 million in prize money.”

As previously announced, due to the ongoing health crisis, the tournament will be played without fans in attendance. For more information, including television broadcast windows and corporate sponsorship opportunities, visit