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Founded in 1919 and set in the historic Hancock Park area of Los Angeles, Wilshire Country Club was designed by Norman Macbeth as a links golf course with a natural stream running throughout, giving the course its unmistakable character and challenge. Wilshire, throughout the years, has hosted many great tournaments across the LPGA and PGA Tours. The course is a wonderful testament to great course design and remains one of Southern California's golf gems.

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The DIO Implant LA Open kicks off back-to-back weeks on the LPGA Tour in Los Angeles, and will welcome back fans to Wilshire Country Club for the first time since 2019.

A field of 144 of the greatest female professional golfers in the world will compete for a share of the $1.5 million purse and produce some of the most exciting moments in professional golf.

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.