Overview of 2016 ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters
In-Kyung Kim saved her best until last as she strolled to a five-shot victory in the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters at Golf Club Hubbelrath in Germany. One behind overnight, the 28-year-old South Korean closed with a bogey-free nine-under 63 – the best round of the week – to finish at 17-under par. The world number 75 earned her second win in three appearances in the Ladies European Tour’s showcase event, having previously won the title in at Buckinghamshire Golf Club in 2014. The fourth and final round was a thrilling finale to an exciting week of world class golf in perfect weather. Before Kim completed her final round of 63, there were two hole-in-ones at the par-3 13th, by Noora Tamminen and Belen Mozo, for which Tamminen earned an Omega watch as the first player to ace the hole in the tournament.
About the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters
The ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters is a showcase event for the Ladies European Tour and after three years at Buckinghamshire Golf Club in England, the 2016 edition was played at the prestigious Golf Club Hubbelrath in Düsseldorf, Germany. The event continued to grow following the success of The 2015 Solheim Cup in Germany and golf’s return to the Olympic Games in Rio, with world class golf and a host of star names including home course players Caroline Masson and Sandra Gal. With ISPS HANDA’s heritage in supporting blind and disabled golf the tournament provided the perfect platform to promote the ISPS mission for golf to become a Paralympic sport.