The time is now for women’s sports.

In honor of #WomensEqualityDay we wanted to take this opportunity to highlight some of the amazing accomplishments around women’s sports in the last few months.


Players on the LPGA Tour are competing for a record prize fund this year of $94 Million. Including a 62% increase in purses for all Majors. The highest first-place winner’s check in women’s golf history of $2 Million will be awarded at the upcoming CME Group Tour Championship.

The WNBA recently finished the 2022 regular season by delivering its most-watched season since 2008, with viewership up 16% over the 2021 season.

The UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 smashed attendance records this summer in England, with overall attendance for the competition at 574,875, more than double the previous record set in 2017.


In 2022, 1/3 of junior golfers are female, the highest percentage in history.  According to the 2022 NGF report, the number of female golfers between ages 6-17 has increased by over 200% since 1995, thanks in part to the more than 500 LPGA*USGA Girls Golf sites.  Currently more than 80+ Girls Golf alumnae are members of LPGA or Epson tours.

The WTA recently announced a landmark title sponsorship with Hologic, with the multi-year alliance aiming to achieve significant progress through a shared vision of greater wellness and equality for women.

Now in its 10th season, the NWSL has experienced incredible growth. Earlier this year the NWSL and its players association reached their first collective bargaining agreement. As part of the CBA, minimum player salaries increased by 160%.


This season, the LPGA Tour is televised in more than 220 countries, up +30% from 2021 with 9 events on network TV.

Here’s to a strong year of growth for all women’s sports. We are thankful for the strides that have been made, but there is still more work to be done.

What’s your favorite women’s sports story from the last year?