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Rookie Race Intensifies in Sanya

The Ladies European Tour’s rookie race of 2015 is heating up after Emily Kristine Pedersen (above) overtook Danish compatriot Nanna Koerstz Madsen with her maiden victory at the Hero Women’s ...


Nicole Broch Larsen poised for Sanya Ladies Open debut

Denmark’s Nicole Broch Larsen is currently second on the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit after claiming her maiden title at the Helsingborg Open in Sweden in early September and ...


China’s Xi Yu Lin Ready to Defend at Sanya Ladies Open

China’s Xi Yu Lin is set to defend her maiden Ladies European Tour title in the Sanya Ladies Open at Yalong Bay Golf Club in tropical Hainan, China, starting on ...


Your Golf Travel Partners With Ladies European Tour

Your Golf Travel has become the Official Travel Partner of the Ladies European Tour (LET). As part of a two year agreement, the world’s largest golf travel business will create ...


Lalla Meryem Cup and Trophée Hassan II to be played together at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam in Rabat in 2016

In 2016, the year that golf returns to the Olympic Games, both the Lalla Meryem Cup on the Ladies European Tour and the Trophée Hassan II on the men’s European ...


Scotland to host The 2019 Solheim Cup

Gleneagles wins highly competitive bidding process Scotland has won the right to host The Solheim Cup in 2019 and the 16th edition of the greatest team event in women’s golf will ...


LET No.1 Shanshan Feng to play Sanya Ladies Open

The Ladies European Tour’s current Order of Merit leader Shanshan Feng has committed to next week’s Sanya Ladies Open at Yalong Bay Golf Club, taking place from 6-8 November 2015. Feng ...


LET Rookie Emily Kristine Pedersen wins maiden title in India

Denmark’s Emily Kristine Pedersen led from start to finish to claim her first professional title at the Hero Women’s Indian Open. The Ladies European Tour rookie shot a closing 73 on ...


Pedersen holds one shot lead at Hero Women’s Indian Open

Denmark’s Emily Pedersen fired a fantastic second round of one over par 73 on the challenging Black Knight Course at DLF Golf and Country Club on Saturday to keep her ...


Pedersen takes control in India

Denmark’s 19-year-old rookie professional Emily Pedersen showed the way at the Hero Women’s Indian Open with an opening round of two-under-par 70 on the brand new ‘Black Knight’ Course at ...


The Black Knight Course Proves a Tough Test

The newly opened Black Knight Course at DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurgaon showed its teeth on Friday morning, when one over par, recorded by five players from as ...


Golf joins prestigious European Sports Championships 2018 line up

Gymnastics and Golf are to join the prestigious line up of leading sports who will stage their European Championships together in 2018 for the first time in their history, it ...


Reid wants to win again

Melissa Reid is targeting another win before the end of her sensational 2015 season. Since she will not play in the Sanya Ladies Open, this week’s Hero Women’s Indian Open ...


Vani hopes to benefit from local knowledge

DLF Golf & Country Club member Vani Kapoor expects to thrive on local support when she plays on her home course in this week’s Hero Women’s Indian Open beginning on ...


Glorious Gwladys Goes for Third Indian Title

Mr Pawan Munjal, Chairman and CEO of Hero MotoCorp Ltd and Vani Kapoor look on as Gwladys Nocera hits a shot in the Skills Challenge at DLF G&CC. Gwladys Nocera will ...


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 ...

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