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Kemp within striking distance


LET announces new deal over commercial rights

(Tytherington, December 19 2003) The Ladies European Tour (LET/Tour) announced today a new agreement with Parallel Media Group (PMG), which brings the Tour’s commercial arm, Ladies European Tour Enterprises (LETE) ...


Solheim Cup takes centre stage for Christmas TV

Sky Sports television will be showing their programme “How the Solheim Cup was won” over the Christmas period. The 3-hour long tribute to Europe’s historic victory will be show at ...


Annika wins Golfer of the Year

Annika Sorenstam's historic season has been recognised with the world's best woman golfer winning the 2003 Golf Writers' Trophy.


Golden Balls Tinning

Denmark’s Iben Tinning might have been without a victory in 2003, but with eight top ten finishes and a starring role at The Solheim Cup in Sweden, along with gaining ...


Will our winning team be rewarded?

The prestigious Sports Personality of the Year Awards are set to take place on Sunday 14th December in London. A whole host of sporting achievements are set to be ...


Concord to host 2004 AAMI Women's Australian Open

The AAMI Women’s Australian Open has found a new home. The 2004 Open will be played at Concord Golf Club in Sydney with AAMI, a key supporter of women’s golf ...


European Girls Shine Across the Pond

While the Ladies European Tour takes a well deserved rest the European girls are still showing what they are made of on the LPGA Tour. Following the spectacular European Solheim ...


Hauert wins LET Q School

Bettina Hauert from Germany holed from four feet to birdie the final hole and win the 2003 Ladies European Tour Qualifying school at Aroeira GC near Lisbon. ...


Hauert still in control

(Costa da Caparica, Portugal, November 2 2003) Germany’s Bettina Hauert carded a one over par 73 to remain in the lead after three rounds of the Ladies European Tour qualifying ...