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Ellen Smets voted Belgian Player of the Year

Ellen Smets, a 26-year-old Belgian professional who earned her card for the Evian Tour 2003 by finishing 13th at the Qualifying School in Grenoble, was voted Belgian Ladies ...


Tinning nominated for prestigious sporting awards

Denmark’s Iben Tinning received four prestigious nominations in her homeland for her outstanding season on the Evian Tour. The 28-year-old from Copenhagen become the first Danish female professional to win ...


Carriedo and Marti receive Royal awards

Paula Marti and Raquel Carriedo, Ladies European Tour number one players for 2002 and 2001 respectively, have been awarded the Spanish Royal Order of Merit for Sports in the bronze ...


Head wins a new kitchen in Morocco!

England’s Johanna Head notched her first victory in three years at the Princess Lalla Meriem Cup played over the red course at Dar es Salam GC outside Rabat. ...


Rebecca Hood-son

Having a nickname on Tour is a rite of passage for all players and England’s Rebecca Hudson is no exception when she was christened with a new moniker at the ...


Icher splits from caddie

Karine Icher from France will begin the 2003 Evian Tour season without her long time caddie Jean-Michelle Neuville, one of the most animated bagmen on the Tour. ...


Annika comes up trumps for the 13th time

Sweden's Annika Sorenstam ended the 2002 season the way most believed she would - by winning her second-straight tournament and 13th worldwide title of the year at the season-ending ADT ...


Maconi wins Tour school in thrilling finish

(Grenoble, France, November 2 2002) Isabella Maconi from Italy rolled in a 30 foot eagle putt at the final hole to snatch victory by one shot at the 2002 Evian ...


Maconi bounces back

(Grenoble, France November 2002) Isabella Maconi from Italy fired a flawless six under par 67 to lead after the third round of the Ladies European Tour qualifying school at Golf ...