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Wie shoots women’s course record 64 on day one

Michelle Wie shot a women’s course record eight-under-par 64 in fair conditions at Kingsbarns Golf Links on Thursday morning to take a one stroke lead at the Ricoh Women’s British ...


First round under way at Kingsbarns

The first round of the Ricoh Women's British Open is under way in fair conditions at Kingsbarns Golf Links this morning, where some low scores have already been posted on ...


Allen and Johnson Share Knowledge with Juniors

The 2016 Ladies European Tour Order of Merit winner Beth Allen and multiple tournament champion Felicity Johnson took time out from their preparations for the Ricoh Women’s British Open at ...


Mi Hyang Lee looking for back to back victories in Scotland

Mi Hyang Lee ruled the links at Dundonald to claim her third professional title on Sunday and now the 24-year-old South Korean has her sights set on another victory in ...


Carly Booth has ‘high hopes’ on home soil

Carly Booth, one of the UK’s leading female golfers and top Scot at last week’s Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open, has ‘high hopes’ for her home Major this week ...


Golf Spectating Could Benefit Health, New Study Shows

Spectators averaged 11,589 steps per day, with 82.9% achieving their recommended daily step-count Study is the first to assess spectator physical activity while watching golf Spectators rated ‘getting exercise’ ...


Players look to Master the Elements at Kingsbarns

The 41st staging of the Ricoh Women’s British Open takes place at Kingsbarns Golf Links, near St Andrews in Scotland this week, as the venue hosts a Major Championship for ...


Ursula Wikstrom Tops the Qualifiers at The Castle Course

Ursula Wikstrom from Finland fired a five-under-par 67 over The Castle Course in St Andrews on Monday afternoon to lead the 22 players who qualified for the Ricoh Women’s British ...


Mi Hyang Lee wins Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open

Mi Hyang Lee of South Korea shot a six-under-par 66 in fine and breezy conditions to win the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open by a stroke from Australian Karrie ...