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19/2/2018

Cool Coffs shows its best to the stars

The Coffs Coast showed itself off to the world as some of the stars of the Ladies European Tour touched down for their first taste of Bonville Golf Resort. It wasn’t ...

19/2/2018

Australian Ladies Classic tees off in Bonville

The Ladies European Tour’s third event of 2018 this week is set to showcase the world-renowned Bonville Golf Resort on the beautiful Coffs Coast in New South Wales. The Australian Ladies ...

18/2/2018

Hall starts LPGA career strongly

Ladies European Tour No.1 Georgia Hall tied for 13th in her first start as an LPGA Tour member at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open in Adelaide. The 21-year-old from Dorset, ...

18/2/2018

Jin Young Ko claims wire-to-wire victory at ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open

Brilliant Korean Jin Young Ko dominated the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, but it was also a victory of sorts for Australia’s Hannah Green. Ko won by three shots when she ...

17/2/2018

Jin Young Ko leads for third straight day

For a third consecutive day, Jin Young Ko has ruled Kooyonga in building a four-shot buffer heading into the final round of the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open in Adelaide. The ...

17/2/2018

Charley Hull finds trouble on moving day

Charley Hull found her groove only to make a huge error on the 17th in the third round of the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. The 21-year-old from Kettering in England ...

17/2/2018

Jenny Haglund wins Hyundai Genesis G80 for hole-in-one

Sweden’s Jenny Haglund drove away with a brand-new Hyundai Genesis G80 after a hole-in-one during the third round of the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open in Adelaide. The 24-year-old from Karlstad ...

16/2/2018

Vision 2025 to target female participation in Australia

Golf Australia’s plan to redress the game’s greatest imbalance – female participation – was launched during preparations for the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open at Kooyonga Golf Club in Adelaide. “Vision ...

16/2/2018

JIN YOUNG KO LEADS FOR SECOND DAY AT ISPS HANDA AUSTRALIAN OPEN

South Korean Jin Young Ko followed her opening 65 with a three-under-par 69 to lead for a second day at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open at Kooyonga Golf Club ...

15/2/2018

Hedwall is on her way back

Sweden’s Caroline Hedwall is on her way back from the golfing wilderness. After recovering from a wrist injury which has played havoc with her game for the last four years, ...

14/2/2018

Aussie Swing Continues in Adelaide

Many of the Ladies European Tour members will continue their 2018 Australian swing this week when they tee up in the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open at Kooyonga Golf Club ...

14/2/2018

New caddie and coach for Ko

As Lydia Ko makes her 2018 debut in Australia, she’ll do so with some new faces on her team. The world No. 10 will begin the season with a new caddie ...

13/2/2018

Cheng, Dreher and Jonsdottir Qualify for the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open

Kiwi Liv Cheng, Justine Dreher from France and Valdis Thora Jonsdottir from Iceland have qualified for this week’s ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open starting on Thursday at Kooyonga Golf Club ...

11/2/2018

Shin earns 50th career title at ActewAGL Canberra Classic

Jiyai Shin’s love affair with Australia continued as she came from three strokes behind Minjee Lee to claim the ActewAGL Canberra Classic by six strokes for her 50th career win ...

10/2/2018

Minjee Lee (63) fires career low round to lead in Canberra

Last week’s Oates Vic Open winner Minjee Lee produced the lowest round of her career to earn a three-stroke lead heading into the final day of the ActewAGL Canberra Classic ...

9/2/2018

Pernilla Lindberg makes hot start on day 2

Sweden’s Pernilla Lindberg made a hot start to the second round of the ActewAGL Canberra Classic on Saturday morning. The 31-year-old from Bollnas was challenging overnight leader Jiyai Shin at the ...

9/2/2018

Cape drought forces venue change for Investec South African Women’s Open

The Sunshine Ladies Tour, Womens PGA of South Africa and World Sports Promotions announced today that the 2018 Investec South African Women’s Open will move to Westlake Golf Club from ...

9/2/2018

Shin shines in first round

Former world number one Jiyai Shin of South Korea produced eight birdies in an opening round of seven-under-par 65 to claim a two-shot lead in the ActewAGL Canberra Classic at ...

9/2/2018

Leticia’s Canberra Connection

Leticia Ras Andérica feels at home playing in the ActewAGL Canberra Classic this week. Although she was born and raised in Spain and represents Germany, her English-born father, John Ras, ...

8/2/2018

Georgia Hall aims to stay European No.1 in Canberra

England’s Georgia Hall started her 2018 season as she finished 2017 by leading the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit after a tie for third in the Oates Vic Open. ...

8/2/2018

Aditi starts her 2018 season in Canberra

Aditi Ashok from India will tee off her 2018 season in the ActewAGL Canberra Classic at Royal Canberra Golf Club this week, where she will be looking for her fourth ...

8/2/2018

Captain Catriona wants to lead by example

Next year’s European Solheim Cup Captain Catriona Matthew hasn’t won a tournament for five years, but she is setting lofty goals for the ActewAGL Canberra Classic, starting at Royal Canberra ...

7/2/2018

Getting to know Ayaka Nakayama

LET Rookie Ayaka Nakayama, 24, from Japan, aims to make the cut in her first LET event, the AgtewAGL Canberra Classic, this week. The University of Central Florida graduate is enjoying ...

7/2/2018

Ji-Yai Shin is back in Canberra, fitter and stronger

Former world number one Ji-Yai Shin has returned to Royal Canberra Golf Club this week, to compete in the AgtewAGL Canberra Classic, five years after winning the Women's Australian Open ...