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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 ...


3 reasons to follow the ISPS HANDA New Zealand Women’s Open hosted by Christchurch

The third tournament of the 2015 LET season takes place in New Zealand this week, with a high quality field of 132 competitors from the LET and ALPG. The championship ...


Lydia Ko wins ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open

World No.1 Lydia Ko took home her ninth career title at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. The 17-year-old Ko finished at 9-under-par, two shots clear of Amy Yang. Ko ...


Players brace for epic Royal Melbourne finale

Lydia Ko loves playing in Australia; she loves the thrill of contending in big tournaments. But asked if she’d take a 71 in tomorrow’s final round, the affable New Zealander ...


Hull enjoying the limelight

Charley Hull’s immense talent has been impossible to ignore since she stormed on the scene at the 2013 Solheim Cup with a dominant victory over Paula Creamer as the youngest ...


Ko, Jutanugarn and Jang lead Open charge

by Mark Hayes & Martin Blake If you’re feeling a little long in the tooth, it’s best not to look at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open leader board. The top ...


Ilhee Lee takes slim lead at ISPS HANDA Women's Australian Open

The world is breathing down her neck, but ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open leader Ilhee Lee has a bigger mission in mind. She wants to be the highest ranked Lee ...


Another Win for Webb?

Karrie Webb has five wins in the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, but none have come at Royal Melbourne - the most famous course in the country and ranked No. ...


Shanshan Feng starts 2015 season in Australia

Expect to see World No.4 Shanshan Feng from China on the leader boards in the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open at Royal Melbourne this week. The Ladies European Tour member is ...


Su-Hyun Oh claims first professional title at RACV Ladies Masters

Australian teenager Su-Hyun Oh has won the first tournament of the 2015 Ladies European Tour season, the RACV Ladies Masters, becoming the fourth home winner of the championship. The 18-year-old Victorian ...


Hull, Clyburn and Choi Lead at RACV Ladies Masters

England’s Holly Clyburn, Charley Hull and South Korean Eun Woo ‘Annie’ Choi share the lead after the wind swept day at the RACV Ladies Masters in Queensland. It was a day ...


Rebecca Artis grabs second round lead at RACV Ladies Masters

Australian Rebecca Artis fired an impressive round of seven-under-par 66 to charge to the top of the leader board at the RACV Ladies Masters in Queensland. Artis, from New South Wales, ...


Pace hungry to win again

Lee-Anne Pace, the highest ranked player in the RACV Ladies Masters this week, says that she is feeling hungry to win again after her back-to-back victories on the LET and ...


3 Reasons to follow the RACV Ladies Masters this week

This week the most exciting season in LET history is about to begin with the RACV Ladies Masters at RACV Royal Pines Resort in Queensland, Australia! The field of 144 ...


GB&I No.1 Annabel Dimmock turns professional

Annabel Dimmock, the No. 1 ranked female amateur golfer in Great Britain and Ireland, has turned professional and joined the Ladies European Tour. The 18-year-old Scholar of Wentworth Club in England ...


Meet the rookie class of 2015

The Ladies European Tour rookie class of 2015 features 37 professional golfers from 18 different countries. Among the new members are a tournament champion from 2014, four of the five ...

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