LPGA to return to Highland Meadows in 2023

Staff Writer

Toledo Classic, Inc., parent organization of Northwest Ohio’s annual LPGA golf tournament, announced that the LPGA tournament will return for its 39th year in 2023.
The Greater Toledo LPGA Classic will be played July 10-16 at Highland Meadows Golf Club in Sylvania for a purse of $1.75 million.
“We’re extremely happy to be able to bring the greatest women golfers in the world back to Northwest Ohio for the 39th time,” said tournament director Judd Silverman. “We’re grateful to Dana Incorporated and Marathon Petroleum for serving as the title and presenting sponsor of this year’s tournament. We’re currently in the process of working on sponsorship naming rights for the 2023 tournament and hope to have an announcement in the near future.”
The tournament also announced that this year’s Dana Open presented by Marathon generated $400,000 for 20 Toledo area children’s charities. The money will be distributed to the charities during the tournament’s annual charity luncheon on Thursday, Dec. 15. Since its inception in 1984, the tournament has raised more than $13.2 million for 215 Northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan children’s charities.
All four rounds of the 2023 tournament will be televised on The Golf Channel. Gaby Lopez is the defending champion.


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