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Broch Larsen, Ricordeau and Henderson lead RACV Ladies Masters

Nicole Broch Larsen, Marion Ricordeau and Brooke Henderson fired opening rounds of six-under-par 67 at Royal Pines Resort on Thursday to share the first round lead at the RACV Ladies ...


Oh returns to defend at RACV Ladies Masters

Australian teenager Su-Hyun Oh will defend the RACV Ladies Masters from Thursday at Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast in Queensland. The 19-year-old from Victoria, who is ranked equal sixth ...


Allen seeking more success in Australia

Early 2016 Order of Merit leader Beth Allen of the United States will be looking for more success down under when she tees up in the RACV Ladies Masters at ...


Unifying and Vibrant European Championships Brand Unveiled

LET CEO Ivan Khodabakhsh (third right) introducing golf as one of the seven sports that will feature in the 2018 European Championships A unifying and vibrant brand has been launched by ...


Haru Nomura wins ISPS HANDA Women's Australian Open

She left her only mistake until the last, and by then, Haru Nomura already knew that the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open was hers. She had played one of the ...


Golfers “Give Back” Programme a Sporting Revolution

Australia’s new wave of elite professional golfers will help fund the future of Australian golf under a groundbreaking new program. Golf Australia chief executive Stephen Pitt today announced the “Give Back” ...


Family Affair for Kangs

This week at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open has been a family affair for co-leader Danielle Kang as her brother Alex is on the bag. “My brother keeps saying “Be ...


Three share lead at ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open

Danielle Kang, Haru Nomura and Jenny Shin are tied for the lead at nine-under entering the final round of the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. “I think that this golf course ...


Karrie Webb Moves Closer to the Top

Karrie Webb finds herself squarely in the mix at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open heading into the weekend sitting in seventh place. “The course is challenging enough that you’re not ...


Matthew has 20-year itch

Jack Nicklaus, the most famous 46-year-old to ever have won a golf tournament, has given Catriona Matthew his full backing in her quest for a second ISPS Handa Women’s Australian ...


Ko and Lee Lurking

Home favourite Minjee Lee and defending champion Lydia Ko sit six and seven shots back of SooBin Kim’s lead entering the second round of the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. “It ...


SooBin Kim shows the way at The Grange

Making her 2016 debut, SooBin Kim from South Korea fired a stellar bogey-free 63 to take a three shot lead following the first round of the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian ...


Henderson Enjoying First Trip Down Under

Brooke Henderson will be making her Australian debut this week at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. “This is my first time here so I’m really looking forward to it,” Henderson ...


Show time in Adelaide

The ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open is ready to roll. Australian golf’s richest purse will be sought by its best field this summer when the Patricia Bridges Bowl goes up for ...


Woods Enjoying Australia

Cheyenne Woods hopes that positive memories from her first professional victory at the 2014 Volvik RACV Ladies Masters in Queensland will spur her on to success in the ISPS HANDA ...


Lee Returns to Happy Hunting Ground

Minjee Lee enters her national championship as the highest ranked Australian golfer in the world at No. 17 and will be looking to add a second professional title to her ...


Ko ready for another title defence, in Adelaide

World No.1 Lydia Ko will look to defend the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open at The Grange in Adelaide this week, fresh off a successful title defence at the ISPS ...


Ko claims third ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open title

World number one Lydia Ko today won her third ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open in impressive style at Clearwater Golf Club in Christchurch. Ko held the overnight lead by one ...


Normal service resumed as Ko takes ISPS Handa NZ Open lead

World No.1 Lydia Ko shook off her jetlag and flew into the lead in the second round of the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open at Clearwater Golf Club in ...


Broch Larsen leads ISPS Handa NZ Women's Open

Talented Dane Nicole Broch Larsen shot a six under par round of 66 to take a one shot lead into tomorrow’s second round of the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open ...


RACV Junior Masters the ideal curtain-raiser

Bob Tuohy, Chairman of the RACV Ladies Masters, announced today that the sixth RACV Junior Masters tournament would be played at RACV Royal Pines Resort on Monday, February 22 – ...


Amy Boulden awarded Professional of the Year by Golf Union of Wales

The Golf Union of Wales has awarded LET star, Amy Boulden, their award for Professional of the Year. The 22-year old from North Wales, who represents the Conwy Golf Club, turned ...


Pedersen to start season alongside Ko

The 2015 Ladies European Tour Rookie of the Year Emily Kristine Pedersen has been grouped with world number one Lydia Ko and Australian amateur Hannah Green for the first two ...


AGMS Students Go Behind the Ropes

Two prime movers behind some of Europe’s biggest golf events gave Applied Golf Management Studies (AGMS) students a glimpse inside the ropes during a special one-off seminar at The PGA’s ...

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