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Top stars celebrate Pink Day at DLF

The leading players at the Hero Women’s Indian Open wore pink to show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness on Wednesday. The only Ladies European Tour tri-sanctioned tournament in India will ...


Woods ready to win Hero Women’s Indian Open

Cheyenne Woods feels she has a ‘great chance’ of winning the Hero Women’s Indian Open on her first visit to India this week. The 25-year-old American has spoken to her uncle ...


Sharmila aims for consistency at Hero Women’s Indian Open

The 2015 Hero Women’s Indian Open week is upon us and lots of expectations are pinned on the 19 Indian participants who are vying to become first ever home winner ...


Talented Tour Hopefuls Glimpse Future Career Choices

They aspire to a life at the top of European golf but talented female golfers got an insight into other career options in golf during the recent LETAS Access Series ...


What makes the new DLF Gary Player course special?

Republished from Aakash Ohri is the man of the soil so to speak. He knows his golf and his course as he was among the first in the team to ...


LETAS Top Five Players Progress to Ladies European Tour

The final event of the LET Access Series, the WPGA International Challenge at Stoke by Nayland Hotel Golf & Spa, not only produced its third multiple winner of the season ...


Hetherington accepts Queens Cup by Kowa captaincy role

ALPG legend and eight time LPGA tournament winner Rachel Hetherington will captain the ALPG team at an exciting new match-play teams event in Japan in December, ‘The Queens presented by Kowa.’ ...


Hero Women’s Indian Open gets bigger and better

By Champika N Sayal, Secretary General of the Women's Golf Association of India Images courtesy of DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurgaon It’s the festive season of Dusshera in India that marks the Hero ...


Davies Accepts Captaincy Role

Dame Laura Davies, the former women’s world number one golfer, will captain the Ladies European Tour team in ‘The Queens presented by Kowa,’ an exciting new match play event at ...


At home, Vani hopes for a good Indian Open week

India’s top ranked professional golfer, Vani Kapoor, is vying for the coveted Hero Women’s Indian Open (HWIO) championship, which will be held from 23-25 Oct this year. The HWIO, into ...


Yeom runs away with Xiamen International Ladies Open

South Korean Hye In Yeom fired a four under par 68 in the final round of the Xiamen International Ladies Open in China to earn a commanding five shot win ...


Yeom holds three shot lead through the turn

South Korean Hye In Yeom held a three stroke advantage heading into the final nine holes at the Xiamen International Ladies Open in China. The 23-year-old from Incheon began the ...


Yeom and Meechai share lead in Xiamen

South Korean Hye In Yeom (pictured above) and Kusuma Meechai of Thailand (below) claimed a share of the lead at 12 under par heading into the final round of the ...


Cheng back in the mix after equalling the course record

Defending champion Ssu-Chia Cheng moved right into the mix at the Xiamen International Ladies Open with a course record equalling eight under par 64 in the third round at Orient ...


Nocera joined by Yan at halfway

China’s Jing Yan fired a second round of seven under par 65 to join French Solheim Cup player Gwladys Nocera in the lead on nine under par at the Xiamen ...


Nocera hits the front in Xiamen

French Solheim Cup player Gwladys Nocera grabbed the first round lead at the Xiamen International Ladies Open with an opening five under 67 at Orient Golf and Country Club in ...


Nocera seeking more success in China

European Solheim Cup team member Gwladys Nocera is targeting a 15th Ladies European Tour victory at the Xiamen International Ladies Open at Orient (Xiamen) Golf and Country Club this weekend. The ...


Players visit the ‘ocean front garden’ city of Xiamen

Members of the co-sanctioning China LPGA and Ladies European Tours went sight-seeing ahead of the Xiamen International Ladies Open. The players visited the ancient Lian Tang Villa, a supermarket in the ...


Xiamen International Ladies Open Tee Times Announced

Current LET No.3 Nicole Broch Larsen of Denmark heads the field The draw and tee times have been announced for the first two rounds of the 2015 Xiamen International Ladies Open ...


Cheng, 17, ready to defend in Xiamen

Ladies European Tour rookie professional Ssu-Chia Cheng from Chinese Taipei is getting ready to defend her maiden title when the second edition of the Xiamen International Ladies Open gets under ...


Record number of entries for 2016 Lalla Aicha Tour School

World No.9 amateur Luna Sobron from Spain, pictured here at the Ricoh Women's British Open, has entered the LET's Lalla Aicha Tour School. The Ladies European Tour has received record levels of ...


Céline Herbin wins play-off to claim Lacoste Ladies Open de France

Céline Herbin delighted the home galleries when she won a three-hole play-off against Danish rookie Emily Pedersen to claim her maiden professional victory at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France. Herbin ...


Herbin catches Pedersen at 11 under par

Celine Herbin celebrates a birdie on 18 with her caddie, Vicente Ballesteros Home hope Celine Herbin of France carded four birdies in her last six holes to grab a share of ...


Pedersen fires career best round to lead Lacoste Ladies Open de France

Ladies European Tour rookie professional Emily Kristine Pedersen of Denmark shot a sparkling six under par 64 to take a three stroke lead at midway in the Lacoste Ladies Open ...

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