Wideshot of HSBC Women’s World 2019 Champion - South Korean Minjee Lee.

The 2021 edition of the HSBC Women’s World Championship makes its much anticipated return to Singapore, with the world’s greatest female golf players invited to grace the greens and compete for ultimate honours.

Dubbed ‘Asia’s Major’ amongst pundits and golf fans, the HSBC Women’s World Championship has cemented the Lion City’s reputation as one of the world’s most exciting destinations for world-class sporting events. This year’s tournament tees off from 29 April to 2 May 2021, returning to Sentosa Golf Club.  

We are the champions
Wide shot of Inbee Park at the 2019 HSBC Women’s World Championship.

This edition will see international stars of the sport – World No.1 Jin-young Ko,  two-time winner of the tournament Inbee Park,  major winner Danielle Kang from the U.S. and  five-time LPGA Tour winner Minjee Lee – return to the Tanjong course.  

Against all odds

Safe Management Measures

HSBC Women’s World Championship 2021 will be a limited attendance event, with safety restrictions set to remain in place until after the tournament.  Prioritising the safety of players, officials and corporate guests, health and safety protocols including prevailing safe management measures (SMMs) will be strictly adhered to. Despite the restrictions and challenges brought upon by the pandemic, the tournament strives to bring back the thrilling actions that fans are looking forward to. 

Vitual Content

Look forward to curated content on HSBC Women’s World Championship’s social and digital platforms that aims to engage fans and online spectators, bringing one closer to the actions than ever before. Fans and followers can look out for the series of exclusive content on the official tournament channels:

Twitter: @HWWCGolf

Facebook:  HSBC Women’s World Championship

Instagram:  @hsbcwomensgolf

LinkedIn:  HSBC Women’s World Championship