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LPGA Tour winners and Southern California natives Andrea Lee, Lizette Salas, Ryann O’Toole and Mo Martin headline latest commitments to the 2022 LPGA Mediheal Championship, Oct. 6-9 at The Saticoy Club

Nearly 20 LPGA Tour professionals with Southern California roots entered into the field, including UCLA, USC and Pepperdine alums; elite international field of 120 players to compete for a share of the $1.8 million purse; tickets on sale at

SOMIS, Calif., Sept., 26, 2022 – Hermosa Beach resident Andrea Lee, who captured her first LPGA Tour victory earlier this month in Portland, and fellow Southern California natives / LPGA Tour winners Ryann O’Toole, Mo Martin and Lizette Sales headline the latest commitments to the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship, taking place Oct. 6-9 at The Saticoy Club, in Somis, California.

In total, nearly 20 players with Southern California connections are entered into the championship, which will be the third Los Angeles-area event on the LPGA Tour for the 2022 season. Players include:

Matilda Castren (San Diego resident) – 2021 champion
Jenny Coleman (Rolling Hills Estates native)
Allisen Corpuz (Los Angeles resident)
Paula Creamer (Pleasanton native)
Brianna Do (Lakewood native/resident)
Mina Harigae (Monterey native)
Muni He (Simi Valley resident)
Danielle Kang (Ventura County native)
Christina Kim (San Jose native)
Alison Lee (Los Angeles native)
Andrea Lee (Hermosa Beach native/resident)
Jeongeun Lee5 (Murrieta resident)
Mo Martin (Altadena native)
Ryann O’Toole (San Clemente native)
Lizette Salas (Azuza native/resident)
Alana Uriell (Carlsbad native/resident)
Lilia Vu (Fountain Valley native/resident)
Dewi Weber (Los Angeles resident)
Angel Yin (Arcadia native)

The LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship also will feature players with connections to Southern California universities, including:

Pepperdine University
Katherine Kirk
Danielle Kang

Brianna Do
Bronte Law
Alison Lee
Mo Martin
Ryann O’Toole
Patty Tavatanakit

Tiffany Chan
Jennifer Chang
Allisen Corpuz
Muni He
Annie Park
Lizette Salas
Jennifer Song

The 2022 LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship will feature a 120-player field competing Thursday-Sunday, Oct. 6-9, for a share of the $1.8 million purse. Players have until Wednesday, Sept. 28 to commit to the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship. GOLF Channel will televise all four rounds in primetime. For a complete list of tournament entries, click HERE.

Tournament officials will be announcing additional field commitments next week leading up to the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship.

Previously hosted at Lake Merced Country Club from 2018-2021, the 2022 LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship moves to The Saticoy Club. This will be the first professional golf tournament staged at The Saticoy Club, a host of numerous USGA championship qualifier tournaments and Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) Amateur Championships.

Ticket packages for the 2022 LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship include exclusive hospitality and general admissions tickets offering a wide degree of entertainment and access. New for 2022 is the Stone Pine Club a premium hospitality ticket that includes, an exclusive hospitality viewing deck overlooking the 9th and 18th green with complimentary food and beverages in the clubhouse. 2022 tickets will be digital and emailed after purchase. Tickets can be viewed on

either a mobile device or printed out where they will be scanned at the main gate. Tickets are available for purchase exclusively at

2022 LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship Ticket Options: There are three ticket options for fans interested in attending the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship:

  • Good-Any-One-Day Grounds:

    • $25. General admission daily grounds. Valid any one day, Thursday-Sunday.
  • Weekly Grounds:

    • $40. General admission weekly grounds. Valid all days, Thursday-Sunday.
  • The Stone Pine Club:

    • New for 2022. This premium hospitality ticket featuring an open-air deck

      overlooking the 9th and 18th green. Includes complimentary food and beverages in the clubhouse and access to the Jim Beam Bourbon Backyard and the High Noon Clubhouse.

    • Daily Stone Pine Club: $275. Valid one day, Thursday-Sunday.
    • Weekly Stone Pine Club. $1000. Valid all four days, Thursday-Sunday.

All military (active, reserve, retired and veteran), first responders and their immediate family (up to four tickets) will receive complimentary admission to the 2022 LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship by showing proper identification at Admissions in exchange for a daily grounds pass. Children 17-and-under will be admitted free with a ticketed adult.

The Saticoy Club was founded in 1921 as the first private club in Ventura County. The 18-hole course was designed by noted architect William F. Bell and in 2018 was renovated by well- known course architects Robert Muir Graves, Tom Doak and John Harbottle.

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About The Saticoy Club
The Saticoy Club is the premier private country club of Ventura County. Quietly nestled in the hillsides of Somis, California; The Saticoy Club is considered one the area’s best kept golf secrets. The club has been host to many U.S.G.A Championship Qualifiers and SCGA Amateur Championships. Founded in 1921, The Saticoy Club was the first private club in Ventura County and remains second to none. Highly regarded as one of the most respected golf courses in Southern California, the course offers an unparalleled golf experience.

About the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship
The LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship, traditionally held in San Francisco, Calif., will move to Ventura County and feature 120 of the world’s best female golfers competing for a share of $1.8 million in prize money. Past champions include Lydia Ko, Sei Young Kim, and Matilda Castren. The event is owned and operated by Outlyr, a global marketing and event management agencythat operates 12 professional golf tournaments across the country.

About the LPGA
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 Tourcompetes 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 playersin more than 60 countries.

Additionally, the LPGA Foundation has empowered and supported girls and women since 1991, mostnotably through LPGA*USGA Girls Golf, the only national program of its kind, which annually engageswith nearly 100,000 girls. The LPGA Amateur Golf Association and LPGA Women’s Network provide virtual and in-person connections to female golfers around the world, while LPGA Professionals are educators, business leaders and gamechangers dedicated to growing the game of golf for everyone.

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Media Contact:
Jeremy Friedman
LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship Outlyr