Live Coverage of Featured Groups at LPGA Walmart NW Arkansas Championship | LPGA

ESPN+ will air an exclusive stream of featured bands from the Walmart NW Arkansas LPGA Tour Championship presented by P&G at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers, Ark., September 23-25. A stream will feature the full rounds of two featured groups in the morning and afternoon waves each tournament day.

Featured groups in Arkansas will include 12 LPGA Tour winners from the 2022 season, 14 Solheim Cup players and 10 grand champions.

Featured Groups | friday september 23

Coverage begins at 9 a.m. ET

Sagström/Khang/O’Toole | 9 a.m. ET

  • Madelene Sagstrom – #30 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #17 Race to CME Globe, LPGA Tour winner, two-time European Solheim Cup team member, Tokyo 2020 Olympian
  • Megan Khang – #26 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #20 Race to CME Globe Ranking, two-time US Solheim Cup team member
  • Ryann O’Toole – #56 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #40 Race to CME Globe, LPGA Tour winner, 2011 US Solheim Cup team member

Reto/Thitikul/Alex | 9:11 a.m. ET

  • Paula Reto – #58 Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, #31 Race to CME Globe Rankings, 2022 Rolex First Winner, 2016 Rio Olympian
  • Atthaya Thitikul – 2022 Rookie, #5 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #7 Race to CME Globe Ranking, First Rolex Winner 2022
  • Marina Alex – One win in 2022, #32 Rolex Women’s World Golf Ranking, #24 Race to CME Globe, two-time LPGA Tour winner, member of the 2019 US Solheim Cup team

Lopez/Lewis/Kupcho | 2:22 p.m. ET

  • Gaby Lopez – One win in 2022, No. 37 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, No. 25 Race to CME Globe, three-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time Olympian
  • Stacy Lewis – 2023 US Solheim Cup Captain, #103 Rolex Women’s World Golf Ranking and former World #1, #54 Race to CME Globe Ranking, two-time Major Champion, 13-time LPGA Tour winner, two time Rolex Player of the Year, four time member of the US Solheim Cup team, Olympian at Rio 2016
  • Jennifer Kupcho – Three wins in 2022, #11 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #4 Race to CME Globe, 2022 Chevron Championship winner, 2022 first Rolex winner, 2021 US Solheim Cup team member

M.Lee/J. Korda/Kang | 2:33 p.m. ET

  • Minjee Lee – Two wins in 2022, No. 3 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, No. 1 Race to CME Globe, two-time Major Champion, eight-time LPGA Tour winner, 2020 Tokyo Olympian
  • Jessica Korda – #13 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #26 Race to CME Globe, six-time LPGA Tour winner, three-time US Solheim Cup team member, 2020 Tokyo Olympian
  • Danielle Kang – #21 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #21 Race to CME Globe, 2017 PGA KPMG Women’s Championship winner, six-time LPGA Tour winner, three-time US Solheim Cup team member, 2020 Tokyo Olympian

Featured Groups | Saturday September 24

Coverage begins at 9 a.m. ET

Nordqvist/Ryu/Hull | 9 a.m. ET

  • Anna Nordqvist – #28 Rolex World Women’s Golf Rankings, #56 Race to CME Globe Rankings, three-time Major Champion, nine-time LPGA Tour winner, seven-time European Solheim Cup Team member, European Solheim 2023 Vice-captain, two-time Olympian
  • So Yeon Ryu – #53 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking and former World #1, #91 Race to CME Globe, two-time Major Champion, six-time LPGA Tour winner,
  • Charley Hull – #35 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #37 Race to CME Globe, LPGA Tour winner, five-time European Solheim Cup team member, 2016 Rio Olympian

Stark/SY Kim/A. Lee | 9:11 a.m. ET

  • Maja Stark – One win in the 2022 Season, 2022 LPGA Tour Rookie, No. 45 Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, No. 50 Race to CME Globe, 2022 Rolex First-Time Winner
  • Sei Young Kim – #12 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #39 Race to CME Globe, 2020 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship winner, 12-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time Olympian
  • Andrea Lee – One win 2022, #54 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #18 Race to CME Globe, first Rolex winner 2022, winner of the Epson Tour, former world #1 amateur

Hataoka/Thompson/Salas | 2:22 p.m. ET

  • Nasa Hataoka – One win in 2022, No. 10 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, No. 8 Race to CME Globe, six-time LPGA Tour winner, 2020 Tokyo Olympian
  • Lexi Thompson – #7 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #9 Race to CME Globe, 2014 Chevron Championship winner, 11-time LPGA Tour winner, five-time US Solheim Cup team member, two-time Olympian
  • Lizette Salas – One win in 2022, No. 55 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, No. 45 Race to the CME Globe, two-time LPGA Tour winner, five-time US Solheim Cup team member

N.Korda/L. Ko/Ewing | 2:33 p.m. ET

  • Nelly Korda – #2 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking, #22 Race to CME Globe, 2021 PGA KPMG Women’s Championship winner, seven-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time US Solheim Cup team member, 2020 Tokyo Olympic Gold Medalist
  • Lydia Ko – One win in 2022, No. 4 Rolex World Women’s Golf Ranking and former World No. 1, No. 3 Race to CME Globe, 17-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time Major Champion, two-time Olympic medalist
  • Ally Ewing – One win in 2022, No. 31 Rolex Women’s World Golf Ranking, No. 34 Race to CME Globe, three-time LPGA Tour winner, two-time US Solheim Cup team member

*ESPN+ coverage of Sunday’s final round will follow a similar schedule, determined when pairings and tee times are announced.

Featured groups coverage will be hosted by Ryan Burr with analyst Gail Graham, Amy Rogers and Chantel McCabe providing live player reports and interviews.

The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship on ESPN+, along with the Kroger Queen City Championship earlier this month, marks the return of live coverage of the LPGA Tour to an ESPN platform for the first time since 2018..

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