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Invitations for the HSBC Women’s World Championship 2024 have been announced, with four standout players joining an already stellar field at Sentosa Golf Club, Singapore from 29 February to 3 March, 2024.

The select invitees include Korea’s In Gee Chun, a decorated champion with three major titles to her name including the 2022 Women’s PGA Championship. Also securing their place in the tournament is Chinese rising star Muni He, who won the Prasco Charity Championship during her rookie year on the Epson tour in 2018. Since her arrival on the LPGA Tour in 2019, her impact has extended beyond the golf course, gaining recognition for her influence in the fashion world and amassing a significant social media following of 773k followers. Debuting in this year’s HSBC Women’s World Championship is China’s Miranda Wang, boasting a victory at the IOA Championship and four top-10 finishes on the Epson Tour last year. Completing the quartet is Shi Yuting, who made her debut at last year’s tournament and is currently playing on the JLPGA.

SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE – MARCH 02: Muni He of China plays her shot from the tenth tee during the third round of the HSBC Women’s World Championship at Sentosa Golf Club on March 02, 2019 in Singapore. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

These four Asian stars will join 15-year-old Singaporean amateur Chen Xing Tong, who clinched victory at the recent HSBC Women’s World Championship National Qualifying at Sentosa Golf Club. Chen’s strong performance over the two-day event secured her victory by an impressive four shots, earning her a coveted LPGA debut to compete among the world’s top players in just over two weeks.

Kee Joo Wong, CEO HSBC Singapore said “We are thrilled to extend these sponsor invitations to deserving players from Asia, giving them the opportunity to compete in Asia’s major. At HSBC, we are dedicated to opening up a world of opportunity for women in sport, and it gives us great pleasure to bring together an elite field with 15 of the world’s top 20 players and representatives from 20 countries worldwide to the global hub of Singapore.”

SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE – MARCH 04: In Gee Chun of South Korea plays her tee shot on the first hole during Day Three of the HSBC Women’s World Championship at Sentosa Golf Club on March 04, 2023 in Singapore. (Photo by Lionel Ng/Getty Images)

24-year-old Miranda Wang added, “I am extremely thankful to HSBC for awarding me this invitation and providing me the amazing opportunity to compete in Asia’s major for the first time. Playing on the LPGA tour has always been my dream, and I am so excited to have the opportunity to make my second appearance in just a couple of weeks. Spending last year playing on the Epson Tour has taught me so much and hopefully by learning from these incredible experiences, I will achieve LPGA status by 2025.”

Partners of the 2024 HSBC Women’s World Championship already confirmed are: Sentosa, Singapore Tourism Board (STB), Marina Bay Sands, Lexus, Nunchi Marine, Dell Technologies, Rolex, Singapore Airlines, Hilton Singapore, Tumi, AON, Epson, Puma, COBRA Golf, Sony, Sunbird Brewing Company, TikTok, Titleist, Loch Lomond Whiskies, 100 Plus and Ice Mountain.

DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA – OCTOBER 6: Miranda Wang of China smiles as she walks off the 17th green during the second round of The Epson Tour Championship at LPGA International on October 6, 2023 in Daytona Beach, Florida. (Photo by Isaiah Vazquez/Getty Images)

The 72-hole stroke play tournament will once again take place at the renowned Tanjong Course at Sentosa Golf Club, which hosts its 11th edition of the tournament. Celebrated for its commitment to sustainability initiatives in golf globally, Sentosa Golf Club proudly holds the titles for ‘World’s Best Golf Course,’ ‘Asia’s Best Golf Course,’ and ‘Singapore’s Best Golf Course’ as awarded at the 2023 World Golf Awards.

For more information on the HSBC Women’s World Championship and to buy tickets please visit the tournament website

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