The tournament, held Aug. 26-28 at Regent's Glen Country Club, is a precursor to the Ladies Professional Golf Association circuit.
"We are proud to support such an important leg of the LPGA tour," said United CoolAir President Neil Tucker.
The company donated four portable air conditioners to provide temporary cooling for outdoor tents and for use during the tournament's opening dinner and auction.
According to United CoolAir, the company selected its portable VertiCool 10-ton units for the event because of its quiet operation and performance. The weather-resistant units feature "free-blow" air supply and vibration-dampened interior components to absorb sound.
"In a small way, offering air conditioning at the event allows us to support a worthy organization such as the YWCA," said Tucker. "Besides providing comfort, our units also add prestige and professionalism to the event, which only enhance the beauty and complexity at Regent's Glen golf course."