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Future Stars Head to Lalla Aicha Tour School

Julia Engström 16, from Sweden (above), is the youngest competitor in the field The Ladies European Tour returns to Morocco this week for the sixth edition of Lalla Aicha Tour School. ...


Introducing Bad Santa ….

At an extremely busy time of year ‘Bad Santa’ took some time out to visit some of the stars of the women’s game at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic to ...


Australian swing to kick off 2018 on Ladies European Tour

Mel Reid with the Oates Vic Open salver in 2017 The Ladies European Tour’s 2018 season will commence with four tournaments in Australia in a significant development which strengthens the ...


Georgia Hall wins 2017 OOM

England’s Georgia Hall had reason to celebrate after collecting both the Ladies European Tour’s Order of Merit and Players’ Player of the Year Awards at a glittering awards dinner following ...


American Yin wins Omega Dubai Ladies Classic in riveting finish

Angel Yin displayed her vast potential and power off the tee as well as a soft touch around the greens in a three-way playoff to capture the Omega Dubai Ladies ...


Camille Chevalier wins Rookie of the Year

Camille Chevalier from France won the Ladies European Tour’s Rookie of the Year award as the leading first year player on the Order of Merit in 2017 and was rewarded ...


Angel flies back into contention as Van Dam stays in control

Long-hitting teen sensation Angel Yin fired the day’s best score of a seven-under 65 to haul herself into contention heading into the final round of the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic ...


Zorzi walks into the sunset with fond memories

Veronica Zorzi has called time on her long career, becoming the third professional golfer after the great Annika Sorenstam and Denmark’s Iben Tinning who opted to make the Omega Dubai ...


Van Dam Claims Halfway Lead in Dubai

A change of putter worked wonders for long-hitting Anne Van Dam who blistered the front nine to move atop the leaderboard going into the penultimate round of the Omega Dubai ...


Who is your LET Player of the Year?

The players share their thoughts on who they think deserves to be crowned the 2017 Ladies European Tour player of the year. The players explain what they love about the Omega ...


Players visit Al Jalila Children’s Hospital

Hannah Green, Cloe Frankish and Maha Haddioui visited Al Jalila Children’s Specialty Hospital before the start of the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic at Emirates Golf Club. The trio interacted with ...


Flawless Sangchan hits the front at Omega Dubai Ladies Classic

Thailand's Supamas Sangchan fired a bogey-free five-under-par 67 to seize the early initiative at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic at Emirates Golf Club on Wednesday. Starting from the 10th tee, the ...



The third Ladies European Tour Lalla Aicha Tour School qualifying event takes place this week, with Pre-Qualifier B contested in Morocco at Palmgolf, December 6 – 9. To view the scores ...


Who Could Win The Omega Dubai Ladies Classic?

Find out who some of the players think could win this week’s Omega Dubai Ladies Classic. Play gets underway at Emirates Golf Club tomorrow morning at 7.10am local time.


Camille Closes in on Rookie of the Year

Camille Chevalier from France is looking for a top finish in her first appearance at this week’s Omega Dubai Ladies Classic at Emirates Golf Club to confirm her position as ...


Exciting fare on the cards at season-ending Omega Dubai Ladies Classic

Featuring a perfect blend of youth and experience in the field, highlighted by the appearance of seven Solheim Cup players, the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic promises to deliver another shining ...


Angel Yin: How to play the 16th Hole

Angel Yin shows you how to play the par-4 351 yard 16th hole of the Majlis Course at the Emirates Golf Club ahead on the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic which ...



Follow the stars of the LET this week with action from all four rounds of the season ending Ladies European Tour event, the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic, live from the Emirates ...


JLPGA defeats KLPGA Team to win The Queens presented by Kowa

The LPGA of Japan team, led by Misuzu Narita, took down the top ranked Korean LPGA Tour team in the Championship Final to win The Queens presented by Kowa for ...


Johnson LET’s star performer as Koreans surge ahead

The Korean LPGA Tour once again asserted their dominance in The Queens presented by Kowa at Miyoshi Country Club in Japan on Saturday. The KLPGA team won eight of their nine ...


Johnson and Pace soar to victory after eagle as Korea leads day one four-balls

The Korean LPGA Team made a clean sweep in their four-ball matches at Miyoshi Country Club on Friday to hold a healthy lead after the opening day of The Queens ...



The third edition of The Queens presented by Kowa will be staged at Miyoshi Country Club in Japan December 1 - 3. The team match play event will once again ...


Friday four-ball pairings announced

The Queens presented by Kowa tees off at Miyoshi Country Club in Japan on Friday. At a press conference on Thursday, Australian Ladies Professional Golf (ALPG) Team Captain Karrie Webb, ...


Meet the teams

Ladies European Tour (LET) Gwladys Nocera (Captain) Age: 42 Tour wins: 14 World Ranking: 334 Appearances in The Queens presented by Kowa: 2015, 2017 Overall record: 2015 Four-balls Jung Min Lee and Min Sun Kim (KLPGA) beat Gwladys Nocera ...

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