SYLVANIA, Ohio — The Marathon Classic has officially been scheduled for Aug. 6 through Aug. 9 as the LPGA Tour announced it will resume its 2020 season at the end of July.
The Marathon LPGA Classic had been scheduled to take place July 23 through July 26 due to the coronavirus, but has accommodated the LPGA request to shift its dates.
The Classic, which is one of the longest-running events on the LPGA Tour and held at Highland Meadows Golf Club, will be allowed to have spectators on-site following recent approval from Gov. Mike DeWine.
The adjusted schedule allows the Tour to add a new three-day event in the Toledo area with the LPGA Drive On Championship, which will be held July 31 to Aug. 2 at Inverness Club.
The championship will feature a field of 144 players competing for a $1 million purse and will take place without sponsors, pro-ams or spectators.
The Inverness Club has previously hosted U.S. Opens, USGA National Championships, PGA Championships, NCAA Championships and is the venue for the 2021 Solheim Cup.