The seven-day event is to be held the final week of September and feature 120 professional women golfers from almost 30 countries all looking to qualify for the LPGA Tour. There will be a three-day tournament for the professionals and a two-day Pro-Am event.
The home of the Alabama Golf team will re-open to the public on a limited bases starting on Wednesday. The course will be open to patrons, weather permitting, from Wednesday-Sunday for the foreseeable future. The golf course closed on March 28 due to concerns over the COVID-19 coronavirus.