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8/3/2016

Boulden and Morgan eye World Ladies Championship Glory

Amy Boulden and Becky Morgan have set their sights on becoming the first Welsh winners of the World Ladies Championship, which will be held at Mission Hills Resort Dongguan in ...

7/3/2016

Steely Swedes excited for World Ladies Championship

Camilla Lennarth and Lina Boqvist have announced their intention to lift the team trophy for Sweden when the World Ladies Championship gets under way this week at Mission Hills Dongguan ...

5/3/2016

Burke and Parker seeking success at Mission Hills

Recent Ladies European Tour winners Hannah Burke and Florentyna Parker believe that England has a great chance of team success in next week’s World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills Resort ...

4/3/2016

Pretswell and Watson to represent Scotland at World Ladies Championship in China

Sally Watson and Pamela Pretswell are preparing to represent Scotland in the World Ladies Championship, which starts on Thursday at Mission Hills Dongguan in China. The tournament is primarily a 72-hole ...

3/3/2016

Finland’s Olympic Prospects Ready to Shine

Finland’s female Olympic golf hopefuls Ursula Wikstrom and Noora Tamminen are targeting a podium finish in the World Ladies Championship, which gets under way from Thursday. The pair combined for fifth ...

3/3/2016

Nocera and Herbin aiming to be on top of the world

Gwladys Nocera and Céline Herbin are looking forward to pairing up for France in the fifth edition of the World Ladies Championship, which gets under way on the Olazabal Course ...

2/3/2016

Teams Announced for Mission Hills’ World Ladies Championship

Jin-young Ko and Jung Min Lee will aim to continue South Korea’s success story in the World Ladies Championship next week when they line up at Mission Hills Dongguan in ...

29/2/2016

Allen leads Order of Merit

Beth Allen kept her advantage at the top of the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit after the third Ladies European Tour event of 2016 was played at the RACV ...

28/2/2016

Jiyai Shin reigns supreme at RACV Ladies Masters

Korea’s Jiyai Shin shot a superb final round of four-under-par 69 at RACV Royal Pines Resort to capture the 2016 RACV Ladies Masters title by three strokes over Holly Clyburn ...

27/2/2016

Shin takes lead after treacherous conditions take toll at RACV Ladies Masters

For the first two days of the 2016 RACV Ladies Masters everyone was wondering what all the fuss had been about regarding the difficulty of the newly re-designed RACV Royal ...

26/2/2016

Scandinavians share halfway lead at RACV Ladies Masters

Sweden’s Camilla Lennarth and Denmark’s Nicole Broch Larsen are tied for the lead at 10-under-par heading into the weekend at the 2016 RACV Ladies Masters at Royal Pines Resort on ...

25/2/2016

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 ...

24/2/2016

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 ...

23/2/2016

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 ...

22/2/2016

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 ...

21/2/2016

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 ...

21/2/2016

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” ...

20/2/2016

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 ...

20/2/2016

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 ...

19/2/2016

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 ...

19/2/2016

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 ...

18/2/2016

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 ...

18/2/2016

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 ...

17/2/2016

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 ...