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LET Tour Tips with Nicole Broch Larsen – Putting Drill


TV Times for the Ladies Irish Open

The Ladies Irish Open can be seen on the following channels at the follwoing times: Sky Sports 2: June 17th - 20.00 ...


Gustafson cruises to third Irish victory

(Killarney, June 15 2003) Sweden’s Sophie Gustafson snared her second win in eight months with a level par 73 in the final round to win her third Irish Open title ...


Gustafson shoots 63 - Davies to shoot Gustafson!

(Killarney, June 14 2003) Sweden’s Sophie Gustafson opened up a five shot lead after the second round of the €165,000 Ladies Irish Open in association with Bord Failte, setting a ...


Big guns blazing at Irish Open

(Killarney, Ireland, June 13 2003) Scoring was as hot as the weather conditions in County Kerry as England’s Laura Davies and Sophie Gustafson from Sweden royally entertained the galleries at ...


Tour welcomes back star names for Irish Open

(Killarney, Ireland, June 12 2003) A host of luminaries in women’s golf return to the Ladies European Tour for this week’s €165,000 Ladies Irish Open in association with Bord Failte ...


Annika wins fifth major

Annika Sorenstam is notorious for setting goals for herself and is even more well-known for going out and achieving them. Sorenstam had repeatedly said one of her main remaining goals ...


Foundation to salvage Dutch Open

Four members at the Kennemer Golf and Country Club near Zandevoort have begun a foundation to reinstate the Ladies Dutch Open to the LET schedule. Ernst V.W ...


Koch confirms for Irish and French Open

Sweden’s Solheim Cup star Carin Koch will make a welcome return to Tour golf after giving birth to her second son last April and has confirmed to play in the ...


Elder stateswoman Dassu wins in Spain

(Salamanca June 1 2003) At 44-years-old, Italy’s Federica Dassu became the oldest winner in the history of the Ladies European Tour after her two shot victory at the Open de ...