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Ladies European Tour

Aug 21st, 2020 Article

Lexi dodges a bullet but misses cut

We must say that we witnessed it live and did wonder if there may be repercussions for Lexi's movement of the grass by her ball when taking a shot at the 16th hole in the first round of the AIG Women's Open. Social media was ablaze with scores of outraged golf fans but the R&A did not agree with them. Move, bend or break any:

Aug 21st, 2020 Article

Olson leads the way at Royal Troon

Scotland’s Catriona Matthew rolled back the years on the links, but it is American Amy Olson who leads after the opening round of the AIG Women’s Open. At a blustery Royal Troon, with gusts nearing 30 mph for the international field, Olson emerged late in the day to reach four-under-par after an excellent 67 at the first women’s Major of the year.

Aug 20th, 2020 Article

Davies delighted to be at Royal Troon

Dame Laura Davies is relishing the opportunity to strike the opening tee shot at Royal Troon and mark her historic 40th appearance at the AIG Women's Open. Ahead of starting proceedings at 6.30am this morning, Davies was presented with an official painting of the famous ‘Postage Stamp’ 8th hole by The R&A’s Chief Executive Martin Slumbers to celebrate the occasion and her longevity.

Aug 19th, 2020 Article

R&A announces future venues for AIG Women's Open

The R&A has underlined its commitment to enhancing the AIG Women’s Open’s status as a leading major sporting event by announcing five world-class venues for championships being played from 2021 to 2025. The future championship venues for the AIG Women’s Open are: 2021 – Carnoustie 2022 – Muirfield 2023 – Walton Heath 2024 – St Andrews 2025 – Royal Porthcawl .

Aug 19th, 2020 Article

Hall and Hull up for challenge at Royal Troon

Georgia Hall hopes to feed off her love of links golf and passion for the AIG Women’s Open as she goes in search of a second Major title at Royal Troon. The 24-year-old is enjoying the buzz of the first women’s Major Championship of the year, an event Hall memorably won in 2018 at Royal Lytham and St Annes.

Aug 17th, 2020 Article

Lewis lands ASI Ladies Scottish Open

American major winner Stacy Lewis captured the 2020 Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open with a textbook birdie on the first hole of a thrilling four-way play-off, after compatriot Cheyenne Knight, overnight leader Azahara Muñoz and Denmark’s Emily Kristine Pedersen tied in regulation at 5-under-par. For final leaderboard click

Aug 16th, 2020 Article

Azahara Munoz leads Ladies Scottish Open

The stage is set for a final day shootout at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open as Spain’s Azahara Munoz rolled home from 20ft for birdie on the 18th hole to add another round of 69 (-2) to her total and take a one-shot lead over American Stacy Lewis at seven-under-par. For the Leaderboard click

Aug 14th, 2020 Article

Broch Larsen leads at The Renaissance Club

Denmark’s Nicole Broch Larsen hit the top of the leaderboard at around 1pm and did not look back, as she recorded a four-under-par round of 67 to hold a one-shot overnight lead from five players at the close of play on day one of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open at Renaissance Golf Club.

Aug 12th, 2020 Article

All set for the re-start of the Race to Costa Del Sol

The 2020 LET season Race to Costa del Sol recommences this week, with the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open, at The Renaissance Club in North Berwick, which is the first LET tournament in nearly five months following the global COVID-19 health pandemic. “It has been a strange few months but I’ve practised a lot at home and done some physical training Belgium.

Jul 31st, 2020 Article

‘Smiling Cinderella’ to defend AIG Women’s Open Title

Japan’s Hinako Shibuno, who won the hearts of golf fans last year, has confirmed that she will defend her title at the 2020 AIG Women’s Open being played at Royal Troon from 20-23 August.  For further information on the AIG Women’s Open, please visit .  

Jul 31st, 2020 Article

Hall seals back to back wins at The Shire

2018 Women’s British Open winner, Georgia Hall once again clinched victory at the Rose Ladies Series with a stunning -5 under par at The Shire London, taking her sailing into the Grand Final. Playing the only Seve Ballesteros designed course in the UK, Hall’s consecutive birdies on the 15th and 16th helped seal the deal. Keep up to date with The Shire London’s news via , and . .

Jul 24th, 2020 Article

Georgia Hall finally wins on Rose Ladies Series

Georgia Hall recovered from a poor start at Bearwood Lakes to take the event by a single shot from a group of six players that included Meg MacLaren, a winner of the second event in the series at Moor Park.  The 2018 Women’s British Open champion carded a round of one-under-par 71 to move into second place on the American Golf Order of Merit, just behind Charley Hull. 2. Georgia Hall 322.5