LPGA Releasing Three-Part Documentary On Tour Championship

If you’re clamoring for some of the recently-announced golf docuseries content, the LPGA Tour has swooped in and become the first to market.

On Monday, the LPGA Tour announced the premiere of “LPGA All Access: CME Group Tour Championship,” a behind-the-scenes three-part documentary that details “the excitement, competition and glamour of the Tour’s 2021 crowning event.”

  • Available on YouTube and LPGA.com, the documentary will feature three 15-minute episodes with the first being released on Monday, Jan. 31, the second on Tuesday, Feb. 1 and the third installment on Wednesday, Feb. 2. Each episode debuts at 8 p.m. EST.

Meet the stars of the show

The LPGA Tour highlighted five of the main storylines the documentary covers: the season-long battle between Jin Young Ko and Nelly Korda; embedded with Patty Tavatanakit as she prepared to receive the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year Award and the Rolex ANNIKA Major Award; workout sessions and pickleball matches with Gaby Lopez and Amy Olson; early-morning golf-course scouting with LPGA Tour Rules Official Annie Giangrosso and caddie Will Davidson; and interviews with LPGA Commissioner Mollie Marcoux Samaan and CME Group Chairman/CEO Terry Duffy.

“This documentary helps show the accessibility and personality of our players, along with the drama and intrigue of the CME Group Tour Championship,” said Brian Carroll, senior vice president of global media distribution for the LPGA. “Hopefully this is just the beginning of our storytelling in this format.”

You can watch the first episode of the documentary here.