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2/8/2019

Lizette Salas new leader on day two at AIG Women's British Open

Californian Lizette Salas shot a second round 67 and holds the clubhouse lead on day two of the AIG Women’s British Open, at eight-under-par, alongside Sung Hyun Park after 10 ...

2/8/2019

Golf Zone in Full Swing

As well as watching the world’s top female golfers compete for the title of AIG Women’s British Open Champion, visitors to the event at Woburn Golf Club can also enjoy ...

1/8/2019

Georgia Hall opens with bogey-free 69

Defending champion Georgia Hall began the AIG Women’s British Open with a flawless three-under-par 69 and is just four strokes behind the leader, South African Ashleigh Buhai, after an afternoon ...

1/8/2019

Ashleigh Buhai takes control at Woburn

South African Ashleigh Buhai holds the first-round lead in the AIG Women’s British Open at Woburn Golf Club. The 30-year-old from Johannesburg carded a solid seven-under-par 65 on the Marquess’ Course ...

1/8/2019

Charley Hull makes faultless start

England’s Charley Hull put in a faultless performance with an opening round of five-under-par 67 to sit one shot off the lead early in the first round of the AIG ...

1/8/2019

Rd 1 #AIGWBO: Major Under Way at Woburn

The 43rd edition of the AIG Women's British Open is under way at Woburn Golf Club. The 144-player field includes 49 of the Rolex Ranking top 50, with players representing ...

31/7/2019

Mel Reid in Solheim Cup push

England’s Mel Reid is looking for her first major victory in the AIG Women’s British Open at Woburn this week, which could see her move to joint second on the ...

31/7/2019

Matthew looking at potential Solheim Cup picks

Team Europe captain Catriona Matthew will get a close up look at her potential picks for September’s Solheim Cup at Gleneagles when she plays in the AIG Women’s British Open ...

31/7/2019

Charley – ‘I’d really love to win on home turf’

England’s Charley Hull has been a member of Woburn Golf Club for eight years and feels that the Marquess’ Course is set up in her favour for the AIG Women’s ...

31/7/2019

ROYAL PORTHCAWL CONFIRMED AS VENUE FOR 2021 AIG WOMEN’S BRITISH OPEN

Royal Porthcawl was announced today as the venue for the 2021 AIG Women’s British Open, following on from Royal Troon, which makes its debut on the Championship roster in 2020. Royal ...

30/7/2019

Meghan Belongs at Woburn

England’s Meghan MacLaren is almost playing in her back yard this week, as a new member of Woburn Golf Club. In her third year on tour, the 25-year-old from Rushden, Northamptonshire, ...

30/7/2019

Georgia’s British Open Trophy Stolen

There’s a reason why Georgia Hall is looking at the AIG Women’s British Open trophy so longingly – and it’s not just because she desperately wants to retain the title ...

30/7/2019

Bronte looking for knockout blow

British No.1 Bronte Law hopes to deliver some ‘knockout punches’ in the AIG Women’s British Open at Woburn this week. The world No.22 from Stockport is looking for her first major ...

29/7/2019

Final Four Invites Confirmed for Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open

The Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open has confirmed past champion Scotland’s Carly Booth and fellow Scot Michele Thomson, American Cheyenne Woods and China’s upcoming star Muni He as the ...

28/7/2019

Jin Young Ko wins Evian Championship

Jin Young Ko claimed a two stroke victory in the Evian Championship at Evian Resort Golf Club to take her second major of 2019, following the ANA Inspiration. The last ...

27/7/2019

Hyo-Joo Kim Storms into the Lead

The 2014 champion Hyo-Joo Kim lined up a five metre birdie putt on the last and tapped in for a par in torrential rain to take a one-stroke lead into ...

27/7/2019

Bronte Law makes big move

England’s Bronte Law climbed the leader board with a five-under-par 66 on moving day at the Evian Championship. The Rolex Ranking No.23 made six birdies and a solitary bogey playing in ...

26/7/2019

Lee leads after day of contrasting weather

Mi Hyang Lee carded a second round of four-under-par 67 to take the halfway lead on 10-under-par at the Evian Championship, ahead of fellow South Koreans Sung Hyun Park, Inbee ...

26/7/2019

Hedwall in her "bubble", shoots 64

Caroline Hedwall tied the low round of the week with a seven-under-par 64 to move into contention on day two at the Evian Championship in France. The 30-year-old Swede bogeyed the ...

26/7/2019

Hull back in the mix after salmonella scare

English star Charley Hull completed a second round of one-under-par 70 on Friday morning to move to four-under-par and into the top 10 at the Evian Championship, a month after ...

25/7/2019

Creamer rises to the top

Paula Creamer, the 2005 Evian Masters champion, opened the first round of the Evian Championship with a seven-under-par 64 at the Evian Resort Golf Club on Thursday, where 14 years ...

25/7/2019

Hot start for Mel Reid at The Evian Championship

England’s Mel Reid shot a brilliant five-under-par 66 on the first morning of the Evian Championship as she seeks a first major title in the French Alps. Playing in blazing sunshine, ...

25/7/2019

2019 Women and Girls’ Golf Week

Women and girls will celebrate their love of golf and be encouraged to take up the sport when a second awareness week is held across Great Britain and Ireland next ...

25/7/2019

Céline Boutier flying the Tricolore

World No.73 Céline Boutier, France’s leading player on the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, is making her fourth start in the Evian Championship this week. The 25-year-old from Montrouge, a suburb ...

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