ProAm at the ShopRite LPGA Classic

Professional golfer during ProAm at the ShopRite LPGA Classic in Seaview, a Dolce Hotel Galloway, New Jersey Wednesday June 5, 2019. Edward Lea Staff Photographer / Press of Atlantic City

When it comes to the weather for the Shoprite LPGA classic, both the players, crew, spectators and volunteers have a light as green as the fairway this weekend. 

The Classic, which will take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Seaview golf course in Galloway, will award 1.75 million in purse money throughout the weekend. As the 144 players take their swings, weather is always key.

Fortunately, high pressure will be in play all three days, providing for a dry forecast. A stationary front will sit to the south, bringing high clouds, but that will be all. Golfers always will not have to adjust to the winds too much during the weekend, winds will be from either an east or southeast direction during the tournament. 

Here's an daily breakdown of what to expect. The first tee is 7:15 a.m on Friday and Saturday, with a 7 a.m. first tee on Sunday.


Temperatures (tee time through 6 p.m.): 72 - 79 degrees

Wind: Northeast to east 8-14 mph 

Rain Risk: None

Humidity: Damp

Cloud Cover: Filtered sunshine


Temperatures (tee time through 6 p.m.): 63-76 degrees

Wind: East 8-14 mph 

Rain Risk: None

Humidity: Refreshing

Cloud Cover: Mostly sunny 


Temperatures (tee time through 6 p.m.): 62 - 74 degrees

Wind: Southeast 10-15 mph 

Rain Risk: None during the morning, low risk in the afternoon

Humidity: Slightly sticky

Cloud Cover: Morning sun, thickening afternoon clouds


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