New this year, The DIO Implant LA Open will make its debut at Palos Verdes Golf Club from March 27 - April, 2023. With its fifth year on the LPGA Tour in Southern California, the tournament will welcome fans back with a week full of world-class golf and family-friendly events.
A field of 144 of the greatest female professional golfers in the world will compete for a share of the $1.75 million purse and produce some of the most exciting moments in professional golf.
Palos Verdes Golf Club, often referred to as a “hidden gem” of Southern California golf, opened in 1924 and was designed and built by William P. “Billy” Bell and George C. Thomas. The club’s recent renovations have been overseen by golf-course architect Todd Elkenrode. The 6433 yards par 71 course is located in the middle of an 800-acre parkland overlooking Santa Monica Bay with ocean views from multiple holes.
The LPGA is the world’s leading professional golf organization for women, with a goal to change the face of golf by making the sport more accessible and inclusive. Created in 1950 by 13 Founders, the Association celebrates a diverse and storied history. The LPGA Tour competes across the globe, reaching television audiences in more than 220 countries. The Epson Tour, the LPGA’s official qualifying tour, consistently produces a pipeline of talent ready for the world stage. The LPGA also holds a joint-venture collaboration with the Ladies European Tour (LET), increasing playing opportunities for female golfers in Europe. Across the three Tours, the LPGA represents players in more than 60 countries.
The City of Palos Verdes Estates is a 4.75 square mile city of approximately 13,500 residents. Known for being a planned community with tranquil neighborhoods, it is the oldest of four cities on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. With its magnificent views of the Los Angeles Basin and Pacific Ocean, low density, rural character, preserved open space, low crime, urban forest, and excellent schools, the City has continually been recognized as one of the most desirable places to live in southern California.