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Catch up with Natalia Escuriola at Rookie Orientation

Natalia Escuriola, 21, from Castellon in Spain, finished 2nd in the LETAS Order of Merit in 2015 earning her full card for the Ladies European Tour 2016 season. Natalia began ...


Jiyai Shin commits to Adelaide return

Former world No.1 Jiyai Shin can think of no better place to rekindle her LPGA fire than the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open in Adelaide. Shin, 27, will play her first ...


Thrill-seeker Jiyai Shin joins RACV Ladies Masters field

Two-time Women’s British Open champion and former world number one Jiyai Shin will make her fourth appearance at the RACV Ladies Masters at the RACV Royal Pines Resort from February ...


LET Rookie Rosie Davies on CrossFit and Golf

New Ladies European Tour Member Rosie Davies from Wandsworth in London not only uses her CrossFit gym to physically prepare for tournaments, but she also uses her business to fund ...


Olafia Kristinsdottir Ready for Rookie Season

Olafia Kristinsdottir from Iceland is one of 21 first year Ladies European Tour (LET) professionals from 12 different countries who have gathered at the impressive Dénia Marriott La Sella Golf Resort ...


Cheyenne Woods returns for RACV Ladies Masters

Cheyenne Woods returns to Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast as a former champion of the RACV Ladies Masters and should she reproduce the form that saw her sweep ...


LET Rookies Return to Spain

The top 30 Rookies at Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Qualifying for 2016 A group of 21 first year Ladies European Tour (LET) professionals from 12 different countries will gather at ...


Records to watch on the LET in 2016

With the players raising their game each year on the Ladies European Tour, there is every chance of a new all-time record being set in 2016. Here we take a ...


World No.1 Ko, Webb, Lee commit to Adelaide

World No.1 Lydia Ko will defend her ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open championship in Adelaide. The New Zealander, still just 18, became the youngest winner in the tournament’s storied history when ...


Review of 2015

Nicole Broch Larsen: the great Dane As another year begins on the golfing calendar, it's a good time to look back and revisit some of the events which made 2015 a ...


Course redesign to provide a new era for RACV Ladies Masters

Tournament Chairman Bob Tuohy believes the 27th RACV Ladies Masters will mark the start of a new era when the event is played on the redeveloped 18-hole course layout at ...


New Zealand’s Newest Major Champion Returns Home

World Number One Lydia Ko will defend her ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open Championship when the Ladies European Tour 2016 season gets under way from Friday 12 to Sunday ...


Aditi Ashok, 17, makes history at Lalla Aicha Tour School

Amid a world class field of competitors from 35 different countries, 17-year-old amateur Aditi Ashok has created history by becoming the youngest and first Indian player to win the Ladies ...


Excitement at Samanah for Final round of Lalla Aicha Tour School

There is excitement in the air at Samanah Golf Club in Marrakech today as 67 competitors from 29 different countries vie for Ladies European Tour Membership in 2016. From a starting ...


Henriksson Equals Course Record as Cut Falls at +2

Germany’s Karolin Lampert fired a four under par 68 on the Amelkis Course to keep her lead over Indian amateur Aditi Ashok heading into the last round of Lalla Aicha ...


Ashok shoots women's course record 62 to get within one of Lampert

Aditi Ashok from India shot a third-round 10 under par 62 at the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Qualifier on Sunday to set a new women’s course ...


Lampert Leads LET Hopefuls in Morocco

Germany’s Karolin Lampert blitzed the field with a career low seven under par 65 at the Amelkis Course in the second round of the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour ...


Back for more: Juli Inkster to Return as U.S. Solheim Cup Captain

Inkster becomes fourth two-time American captain; will lead Team USA in Des Moines in 2017 DES MOINES, IOWA, December 18, 2015– After leading the U.S. Solheim Cup Team to the largest ...


Four share first round lead at Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Qualifying

Caroline Rominger from Switzerland, Rachel Raastad from Norway, Karolin Lampert from Germany and Kelsey MacDonald from Scotland held a four-way share of the lead on five under par 67 after ...


Lalla Meryem Cup Extended for Three Years

The future of the Lalla Meryem Cup has been secured until at least 2018, with the first edition of the three-year extension due to be played at Royal Golf Dar ...


Etihad Airways Announced as Official Global Airline Partner of Ladies European Tour

LET players welcome the partnership announcement with Etihad Airways cabin crew, and from left to right, Ivan Khodabakhsh, CEO of LET, Mona Walid, Vice President of Talent Acquisition for Etihad ...


Future stars ready for Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Qualifier in Morocco

The Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Qualifier begins on Friday, December 18 and concludes on Tuesday, December 22 at Amelkis Golf Club & Samanah Country Club in ...


Ladies European Tour Appoints New Non-Executive Directors

The Ladies European Tour announces today that Mark Lichtenhein and Michael Siebold have joined the Board as Non-Executive Directors. Ladies European Tour Chairman, Helena Alterby Nordström, said: “We are delighted to ...


Nicole Broch Larsen named Players’ Player of the Year

Nicole Broch Larsen of Denmark was named the 2015 Player’s Player of the Year at the end-of-season awards after a vote by the Ladies European Tour Membership. The 22-year-old Dane finished ...

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