2015 LPGA Player of the Year Inbee Park


For the fourth consecutive year, Las Colinas Country Club will host some of the best female golfers in the world when the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout comes to Irving April 26 through May 1. Volunteers of America, a national nonprofit organization, also recently announced it has extended its role as title sponsor for the next three years.

The tournament’s defending champion and 2015 LPGA Player of the Year, Inbee Park, will compete in Irving against many of the biggest names on the LPGA, including Lydia Ko, Stacy Lewis and Michelle Wie. The Tournament also includes the High School and College Shootout where the top high school and collegiate female golfers from across the country will vie for a chance to win a playing spot in the Official Tournament alongside their LPGA idols. The High School and College Shootout was held March 16 at Las Colinas Country Club. Maddie Szeryk from Texas A&M and Cheyenne Knight from Alabama both shot a 73 and earned spots in the tournament. Karah Sanford and Kristen Gillman both shot a 72 in the High School Shootout to earn spots in the tournament.

Volunteers of America, one of the nation’s largest national providers of housing and programs for homeless veterans and their families, serves more than 2 million of America’s most vulnerable each year by helping those in need live healthy, safe and productive lives.

For ticket and other tournament information, visit LPGATexasShootout.com. To learn more about Volunteers of America, visit voa.org.

Presented by City of Irving

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