Sky Sports will continue to show coverage of key Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) tournaments for at least the next two years.
A new deal with the LPGA will see Sky Sports show the three women's Majorsplayed in the US, plus at least four LPGA Tour events each summer.
Viewers will be able to see top golfers, including the likes of Inbee Park, Suzann Pettersen and Stacy Lewis, competing for the leading crowns in the women's game.
Sky Sports also airs live coverage from a host of men's tour events, including three of the four Majors, the PGA European Tour, US PGA Tour, World Golf Championship events and Ryder Cup.
British golfer Charley Hull said it is "great news" that Sky Sports is showing more women’s golf.
"I’m really looking forward to playing in more LPGA events and Majors too, so it’s good to know that my friends and family at home can tune in and follow my progress," she stated.
Barney Francis, Managing Director of Sky Sports, noted that the broadcaster has "a long-standing commitment" to women’s golf.
"This agreement means our viewers can follow the world's top players for at least another two years," he stated.
"Viewers can enjoy huge choice across our channels throughout the year."