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18/10/2018

Tonje Daffinrud opens with six-under at Hero Women’s Indian Open

Tonje Daffinrud from Norway shot an impressive six-under-par 66 in the first round of the Hero Women’s Indian Open. The 27-year-old from Oslo had seven birdies against one bogey and birdied ...

18/10/2018

Pannarat sets the pace

Thailand’s Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras shot a bogey-free four-under-par 68 in hot and humid conditions to take a two stroke clubhouse lead in the Hero Women’s Indian Open this morning. The 20-year-old from ...

18/10/2018

Dame Laura Davies wins Senior LPGA Championship

In record-setting fashion, Dame Laura Davies claimed her second women’s senior major title of the 2018 season on Wednesday with a wire-to-wire win at the Senior LPGA Championship presented by ...

17/10/2018

GLOBAL CONSENSUS FOR GOLF IN THE RACE TO TACKLE PHYSICAL INACTIVITY

A global consensus amongst leaders in public health, public policy and sport backs golf in the race to tackle physical inactivity and the prevention of a range of non-communicable disease ...

17/10/2018

Centre stage for girls at Golf Foundation Pro-Am

LET players, L-R: Felicity Johnson, Liz Young, Sophie Walker and Hannah Burke The 32nd Golf Foundation Pro-Am boosted this charity’s profile but also proved to be a celebration of growing girls’ ...

17/10/2018

DAME LAURA DAVIES CLOSING IN ON SENIOR LPGA CHAMPIONSHIP

Dame Laura Davies heads into the final round of the Senior LPGA Championship presented by Old National Bank at French Lick with a two-stroke lead over fellow major champion Brandie ...

17/10/2018

Michele Thomson excited to get going in India

Scotland’s Michele Thomson is hoping to go one better at the Hero Women’s Indian Open, which starts tomorrow at DLF Golf and Country Club near New Delhi, following her a ...

17/10/2018

Team Europe wins Skills Challenge at HWIO18

Pic caption: Team Rest of the World (left) with Team Europe (right) and Mr Pawan Munjal, Chairman, MD and CEO, Hero MotoCorp (centre) The strong European team of Celine Boutier, Camille ...

17/10/2018

Vani to spearhead home challenge

Players at the preview press conference, from left to right: Caroline Hedwall, Vani Kapoor, Tvesa Malik, Julia Engstrom, Sarah Kemp and Camille Chevalier. Second-year Ladies European Tour member Vani Kapoor, who ...

16/10/2018

WATCH LIVE: Hero Women's Indian Open

Follow the stars of the LET across all four rounds of the Hero Women’s Indian Open live from DLF Golf and Country Club in India, on Oct 18-21, 2018. You can ...

16/10/2018

Caroline brings twin sister to India

The 2011 Hero Women’s Indian Open champion, Caroline Hedwall, has a familiar face at her side this week. Her non-identical twin sister, Jacqueline, who is training to become a police ...

16/10/2018

All Eyes on Hero Women’s Indian Open 2018

By Champika Nanda Sayal, Women’s Golf Association of India (WGAI) Secretary General It is the onset of autumn and beginning of the festive season in India’s National Capital Region. All eyes ...

16/10/2018

SOPHIE LAMB TURNS PROFESSIONAL AHEAD OF HERO WOMEN’S INDIAN OPEN

England’s Sophie Lamb is to turn professional at this week’s Hero Women’s Indian Open at DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurgaon. The 21-year-old from Lancashire has enjoyed a successful amateur ...

16/10/2018

THE R&A AND USGA FINALISE LIMITS ON USE OF GREEN-READING MATERIALS

Limits on size and scale of putting green maps introduced but handwritten player and caddie notes still permitted The R&A and the USGA have published the finalised interpretation regarding the use ...

11/10/2018

Live Streaming Now Available for fans in UK & Ireland

Live Streaming Now Available on the LET’s Website and Facebook pages in Belgium, Ireland, the Netherlands, Portugal and the UK! For the first time, fans in the UK and Ireland can ...

11/10/2018

Chevalier Chasing Indian Double

Camille Chevalier will return to the scene of her maiden victory in the Hero Women’s Indian Open at DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurgaon next week, looking for back-to-back ...

9/10/2018

HEDWALL COMES TO HERO WOMEN’S INDIAN OPEN AFTER ENDING A SIX-YEAR TITLE DROUGHT

A month after ending her six-year long title drought, Caroline Hedwall is approaching the Hero Women’s Indian Open with high expectations. The 29-year-old Swede hit the Ladies European Tour with ...

7/10/2018

REPUBLIC OF KOREA WINS INTERNATIONAL CROWN

South Korea won the UL International Crown for the first time when they saw off strong challenges from England and the defending champions, USA, to triumph four points. In glorious ...

6/10/2018

Saturday's play abandoned at International Crown

Saturday’s play in the UL International Crown has been completely abandoned for the day for safety reasons following the aftermath of the tropical storm which passed through the area in ...

5/10/2018

Weather halts play at International Crown

There is still everything to play for ahead of Sunday’s singles after play was suspended in fading light in the UL International Crown at the Jack Nicklaus GC in Incheon. ...

5/10/2018

European Ladies Open: One Year to Go

A press conference and Pro-Am were held at Kempferhof Golf Resort this week, marking a year to go to the European Ladies Open. The participants had the opportunity to play with ...

4/10/2018

Europeans start strongly

On the first day of four-ball matches, England picked up three points thanks to a convincing 4&3 win by Jodi Ewart Shadoff and Bronte Law while Georgia Hall and Charley ...

3/10/2018

Team Sweden motivated by Europe’s Ryder Cup Success

It’s ten years since three of the Swedish team, Anna Nordqvist, Caroline Hedwall and Pernilla Lindberg won the world amateur championship in Australia and the Swedes are hoping for a ...

3/10/2018

Team England warm up for The Solheim Cup

England’s two rookies in the UL International Crown team, British women’s Open champion Georgia Hall, and Bronte Law can’t wait for the action to start when they take on Australia ...