Have you heard about the Centurion Club (founded in 2013) from Hertfordshire, UK?
For at least one reason, you might have heard about the club. It hosted twice the European Tour’s GolfSixes in 2017 and in 2018.
The latest news is that they will host the fourth edition of the biennial UL International Crown will be between August 27-30, 2020.
The UL International Crown has a prize fund of US$1.6million. The event is organized by UL (a premier global independent safety science company) and the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA)
The UL International Crown, a unique team match-play competition that showcases the best female golfers from the top eight countries across the globe.
The field of eight teams is determined by the combined Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings of the top four players from each nation four months before the event.
The final field of 32 players and the final country seedings will be confirmed via the Rolex Rankings approximately one month later.
Last year, the Republic of Korea won the UL International Crown on home soil at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club in Incheon, with the USA and England finishing in a tie for second place.
The 2016 edition was also won by the host nation (Cristie Kerr, Stacy Lewis, Gerina Piller, and Lexi Thompson) – the USA at the Merit Club in Illinois – and Spain were the inaugural champions in 2014 at Caves Valley Golf Club in Maryland.
UL and the LPGA also announced that IMG, the global sports, media and events organization, will deliver the event in 2020.