- In Gee Chun: When it comes to introductions In Gee needs none. She is the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open winner and tied the lowest 72-hole score of 8-under. Chun is currently No. 9 in the world and won all five awards on the Korean LPGA last year which include Player of the Year, money leader, wins leader, lowest scoring average and best player, as voted by the writers.
- Megan Khang: Megan joined the tour after her outstanding performance in all three stages of Qualifying Tournament. She finished 2nd at Stage I, 3rd at Stage II and T6 at Final Stage. Khang was honored as the low amateur at the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open and was part of the victorious Team U.S. at the Junior Solheim Cup.
- Annie Park: Annie grew up playing in Levittown, New York. She earned her way to the LPGA after finishing 1st on the Volvik Race for the card. She was the 2015 Symetra Player of the Year and the Gaelle Truet Rookie of the Year. She is the first player since Mina Harigae in 2009 to win both honors. Park also won the NCAA individual championship in 2013 and helped the University of Southern California to win the team title that same year. Annie was also named three-time All-American at USC.
- Gaby Lopez: Born and raised in Mexico City. Lopez made it to the tour in her first LPGA Qualifying Tournament where she finished T10 to accept the membership. Gaby played for the University of Arkansas where she won three times and finished runner-up at the 2015 NCAA national championships. She was a two-time All-American and two-time First-Team All-SEC selection. Lopez has played in the NW Arkansas Championship (2013-2015) and at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational (2014-2015).
- Holly Clyburn: Clyburn earned the card in her second attempt after finishing T15 at the LPGA Qualifying Tournament. The England native played Q-School during 2014 but was disqualified due to a scoring tent error. Holly is currently ranked 16th on the Ladies European Tour money list and is No. 90 in the world. As rookie on the LET (2013) she finished 7th on the money list.