European no.1 Gwladys Nocera

The talented teenager said: “The highlight was my first win in Germany because I got confidence from that tournament. I am really happy that I’ve had two wins this year.”

Among the players making the journey across from last week’s Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open in China are Denmark’s Amanda Moltke-Leth, who shared third place in China and the two-time French Open champion Veronica Zorzi of Italy. Many of the players will be hoping to secure their Ladies European Tour playing cards for next year.

Parallel Media Group (PMG) will be the Promoter for the new event, to be played at Saint Four Golf Club in Jeju. JGolf will be broadcasting the tournament in partnership with PMG and the Korean Sports Marketing company Sportizen.