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IDC backs Women's World Cup of Golf

The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) has joined the list of blue chip organisations associated with the Women’s World Cup of Golf by announcing its support of this historic sporting event, ...


LET pledges aid to Tsunami relief fund

(Cheshire, England - January 7 2005) The Robe di Kappa Ladies European Tour (LET) announced today that it will make a significant donation of the Tour income from the Thailand ...


LET shines on into 2005

There was never a dull moment on the 2004 Robe di Kappa Ladies European Tour. From the instant Annika Sörenstam clinched the opening event of the season – the ANZ ...


Sophie releases 'explosive and sexy' calendar

(Milan, Italy, January 6th 2004) Sophie Sandolo from Italy is well known for her daring dress sense on the golf course and embodies perfectly the chic, stylish modern female golfer ...


Sörenstam named AP Female Athlete of Year

Annika Sörenstam has been recognised as The Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year for the second year running. Although she played in fewer events than in 2003 she made ...


Rich Harvest Farms awarded 2009 Solheim Cup

(DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Dec. 21, 2004) Rich Harvest Farms, the prestigious course 50 miles west of Chicago in Sugar Grove, Illinois, has been selected as the site for ...


Webb, Davies and Stupples confirm for ANZ Masters

Four times ANZ Ladies Masters champion Karrie Webb from Australia has again underlined her commitment to Australian golf by announcing that she will play in the tournament for ...


Chart Hills sign five-year deal with LET

(Cheshire, England - December 20 2004) Chart Hills Golf Club in Kent will play host to the cream of Europe’s women professional golfers for the remainder of the ...


Women's World Cup of Golf: Twenty teams confirmed

(Cheshire, England and Daytona Beach, USA – December 17 2004) The Robe di Kappa Ladies European Tour (LET) and the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) announced today the ...