Mizuho Americas Open 2024: Ticket Availability, TV Schedule, Live Streaming, and More Explored

Published 05/15/2024, 11:30 AM EDT

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The Liberty Golf Club in New Jersey will be hosting the second LPGA tournament, the 2024 Mizuho Americas Open. Sharing the same timetable as the 2024 PGA Championship, the main events will take place from May 16–19. 120 of the world’s best female golfers will be teeing off to try and take home a chunk of the $3 million purse.

With the defending champion, Mizuho Americas Open’s debut winner, Rose Zhang, and Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings No. 1 Nelly Korda on the greens, the race would be quite difficult. Zhang secured the Cognizant Founders Cup on May 12th, while Korda secured a T7 position. And there are a lot of different ways fans can enjoy watching them and the others on the course!

How can one catch the live action of the 2024 Mizuho Americas Open?


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According to the official site of the Mizuho Americans Open, the event has a range of different tickers available whose general admission begins only at $35, which gives access to the tournament grounds any day between Wednesday and Sunday’s final rounds. The weekly pass is also available for $125 (for all five days).

There are also hospitality daily clubhouse passes, which begin at $500, with weekly passes retailing for $2000. These tickets provide VIP access to the famous Liberty National Clubhouse. In addition to that, premium food and beverages are also available for free to the passholder.


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Another pricey pass option is the Garden State Terrace Ticket, which provides access to an upscale pavilion that overlooks the greens of hole 17. Here, too, food and beverages are plentiful. Tickets cost $500 per day and $2,000 for the week.

Notably, it was also announced that some fans would be allowed free entry. To be specific, “veterans, first responders, active military, and juniors 17 and under” are guaranteed “free general admission.


Fortunately, for golf fans who won’t be able to attend the event in person, there’s also a wide range of streaming services and schedules where one can enjoy all the rounds from the comfort of their home.

Those who want to watch the event on TV can tune in to Golf Channel and Peacock. They will be telecasting the 2024 Mizuho Americas Open from 3:00 PM sharp to 6:00 PM every day of the tournament from Thursday to Sunday.


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Fans can also stream the event live on NBC Sports’ app, Peakock, and the live streaming service of the Golf Channel (golfchannel.com). Moreover, for all the countries without a TV broadcasting partner, the Mizuho Americas Open can be enjoyed on the LPGA’s live broadcast stream.

Who to look out for this week?

While Nelly Korda and Rose Zhang are already causing much debate about who might reclaim the crown this time, golf fans might be missing out on a lot more golf talent. All six winners of the 2024 LPGA Tour, including Lydia Ko, will be joining the greens. Outside of this, five of the 26 2024 LPGA Tour rookies would also be seen fighting for the winning title. Moreover, 9 out of 10 Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings golfers would be present. This positively counts players like Celine Boutier, Ruoning Yin, Charley Hull, Minjee Lee, Hannah Green, Brooke Henderson, and Jin Young Ko as well.


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Along with the top 120 global-ranking female golfers, there would be an additional 24 invited golfers on the greens. The Mizuho Americas Open declared that they would be concurrently hosting an American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) Invitational. They announced it “will provide the opportunity for 24 female junior golfers on the AJGA Tour to compete alongside the 120-player LPGA Tour field for their own individual title.”

How do you think this second edition of the Mizuho Americas Open will unravel? Let us know in the comments below.



Written by:

Pritha Halder


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Pritha Halder is a Golf writer at EssentiallySports. Specializing in covering the off-court life of PGA Tour players, she brings to life the drama, triumphs and challenges of this Gentlemen's game. Having completed her Bachelor's in English Language and Literature from a multidisciplinary university, Pritha started her career as a writer for a literary magazine, before delving into the world of Golf Her early interest in the sport blossomed after reading a New York Times article "Tiger Woods and the Game of Life".
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