Women's PGA Cup

Women's PGA Cup

The third Women’s PGA Cup – a team competition for women PGA Professionals from around the world - will take place at Sunriver Resort in Sunriver, Oregon from 1–5 October, 2024.

Championship Information

Each team will comprise five players who are PGA Members and must be working actively in the golfing industry. Countries also have to nominate a captain, who can be involved in a playing or non-playing capacity.

PGA Members can qualify through two routes: the OceanTee WPGA Series Points List or the WPGA Championship Points list.


Eligibility Criteria

Teams are six players per side. Find out how you can be part of the team.

How to Qualify

WPGA Championship Points List

See the latest rankings for the WPGA Championship Points List.

Latest Rankings

OceanTee WPGA Series Points List

See the latest rankings for the OceanTee WPGA Series Points List.

Latest rankings


The 2024 Women's PGA Cup will be staged at Sunriver Resort in Sunriver, Oregon, USA.

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About the Championship

About the Championship

The inaugural Women’s PGA Cup took place at Barton Creek Resort in Austin, Texas from October 24-26, 2019.

The 54-hole competition, the first international event for women PGA Professionals, saw America come out on top as they dug deep to hold off Canada and capture a sparkling silver trophy by four strokes. Great Britain & Ireland finished third on 698 points, followed by Australia (715) and Sweden (725).

The 2022 event consisted of teams from seven countries: Australia, Canada, Great Britain & Ireland, South Africa, Sweden and the United States. Great Britain & Ireland led the tournament with nine holes to go on the final day, but they were pipped for victory by hosts the USA at Twin Warriors Golf Club in New Mexico.

2024 Great Britain & Ireland team

The Great Britain & Ireland team, led by Cathy Panton-Lewis, will consist of five qualified WPGA Members decided over two full playing seasons, combining the results of the 2023/24 WPGA Championship and the 2023/24 OCEANTEE WPGA Series.

Points will be weighted towards performance in 2024 to recognise more recent form in the lead up to the WPGA Cup. The top two players from both the WPGA Championship and the OCEANTEE WPGA Series will earn their place in the GB&I team along with one Captain’s Pick.

Cathy Panton-Lewis (Non-playing Captain)






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