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Daffinrud and Wikstrom share lead in Morocco

Ladies European Tour rookie Tonje Daffinrud of Norway and 12th season veteran Ursula Wikstrom of Finland share the first round lead at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco after recording ...


Former champion Kamasova turns caddie for Spilkova

Zuzana Kamasova of Slovakia is hoping to secure a second Lalla Meryem Cup trophy in Morocco this week - but this time – for another player. The 2011 champion at Golf ...


3 reasons to follow the Lalla Meryem Cup

From left:LET CEO Ivan Khodabakhsh, HRH Princess Lalla Meryem, Lalla Meryem Cup champion Charley Hull, Trophee Hassan winner Alejandro Canizares, HRH Prince Moulay Rachid and Scott Kelly, Group Marketing Director, ...


Ryu on top of the world

So Yeon Ryu came from a stroke behind fellow South Korean Inbee Park to capture her first World Ladies Championship title at Mission Hills Haikou in Hainan, China. With rounds of ...


Ryu takes lead over Park after 12 holes

So Yeon Ryu took a one stroke lead over fellow South Korean Inbee Park after 12 holes in the final round of the World Ladies Championship, despite taking a double ...


Park keeps narrow lead, over teammate Ryu

Inbee Park and So Yeon Ryu will be playing together both as rivals and as teammates representing South Korea in the final round of the World Ladies Championship in China ...


Star-struck amateurs setting sights high

Chinese amateur Ye Lei, just 13 years old, drives from the 14th tee during the second round of the World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills Haikou in Hainan, China World No.1 ...


Clyburn and Lin get within one of Park

England’s Holly Clyburn fired a second round of eight under par 65 on the Blackstone Course at Mission Hills Resort Haikou in Hainan, China, on Friday to get within one ...


Royal Meeting for England Golf Coaches

England Golf’s Sarah Bennett and Lysa Jones helped to turn the spotlight on sporting opportunities for women when they met the Princess Royal at the launch of the new campaign, ...


Morgan and Park tied for lead in mission for World Ladies Championship

Welsh golfer Becky Morgan is tied for the lead with the defending champion Inbee Park of South Korea after the opening round of the World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills ...


China’s Xiyu Lin breezes into clubhouse lead

China’s number two ranked golfer Xiyu Lin overcame a rocky start in wet and windy conditions to post a two under par 71 and grab the early lead on day ...


Stars stop traffic at Century Bridge

It’s not often that you get to stop traffic in China, but that’s what Mission Hills did on Wednesday as they closed the road for the world’s top golfers to ...


China’s new stars on mission to impress

A new generation of Chinese stars will be out in force at the US$600,000 World Ladies Championship in China this week as they pit their skills against a selection of ...


Clyburn wins NSW Open on ALPG

England’s Holly Clyburn held her nerve and holed a three foot par putt to win the Bing Lee Fujitsu Women’s NSW Open at Oatlands Golf Club in Sydney. With rounds 69, ...


Lin and Oh chasing further success

Talented teenagers Lin Xiyu and Su-Hyun Oh will be aiming to enhance their growing reputations when they compete in the World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills Haikou in China this ...


Park, Pettersen and Ryu to resume rivalry

Five-time Major winner and world No.2 Inbee Park will defend her title at the World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills Haikou in China Top trio Inbee Park, Suzann Pettersen and ...


Lydia Ko claims ISPS Handa New Zealand Open victory

World No.1 Lydia Ko’s one-under-par 71 final round was enough to secure her second national open, at the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open at Clearwater Golf Club in Christchurch. ...


Poor rehearsal, great performance as Ko sets new course record

World No.1 Lydia Ko was hitting the ball so poorly on the driving range that she decided to pack it all in and just look forward to having some fun ...


Anne-Lise Caudal leads after round one in New Zealand

France’s Anne-Lise Caudal birdied her 17th hole to move one clear of a jam packed leader board after the opening round of the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open hosted ...


Hull back in the swing after changes

Rising English golf star Charley Hull has a new coach and a remodelled swing for the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open at Christchurch’s Clearwater course from Friday to Sunday. The ...


Davies Looking for NZ title and Solheim Cup Points

Dame Laura Davies is looking to not only capture her second ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open title this week but also to earn valuable Solheim Cup points. Davies, the 2010 ...


Young trio look to dominate NZ Open field

Charley Hull is not yet 19, but she will be the “senior” player in the marquee group that also includes Lydia Ko and Su Oh for the first two rounds ...


Syngenta welcomes Carin Koch as Golf Ambassador

Syngenta has welcomed 2015 Solheim Cup Captain and leading Ladies European Tour (LET) professional Carin Koch as its first Golf Ambassador. Koch, who is a multiple winner on the LET and ...


Ko says inspiring kids is 'the coolest thing'

Rolex World No.1 Lydia Ko arrived home in New Zealand in the early hours of Monday morning after capturing her first ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open title in Melbourne. The affable ...

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