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Ladies European Tour

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

Jul 22nd, 2020 Article

AIG extends its support of the Women's Open

IG has today announced its continued commitment to women’s golf by extending its title partnership of the AIG Women’s Open by two years, to 2025.  Under the new agreement, the championship will now be known as the AIG Women’s Open as part of a rebrand undertaken by The R&A and AIG.

Jul 17th, 2020 Article

Gabriella Cowley edges fifth Rose Series event

Despite dropping three shots in her last three holes, Gabriella Cowley held on to win the fifth Rose Ladies Series event at the JCB Golf and Country Club. She carded an excellent two-under-par round of 70 to win by one shot from a group on one-under that included Charley Hull and Georgia Hall.  Cowley, who has performed well throughout the Series, was delighted with her win. 5. Georgia Hall 222.5

Jul 10th, 2020 Article

Dryburgh doubles up on Rose Series

Gemma Dryburgh won for a second consecutive week on the Rose Ladies Series at Royal St, George’s in Kent. The 27-year-old from Scotland shot an excellent one-under-par 69 to win by a shot from tour stars Georgia Hall and Charley Hull. The series now moves to the JCB Country Club in Staffordshire next week and will conclude with a three-course grand final in Surrey beginning on 5th August.

Jul 7th, 2020 Article


The R&A confirmed today that it intends to play the AIG Women’s British Open at Royal Troon from 20th to 23rd August without spectators due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be the first women’s Major Championship to be played this year and will be broadcast globally to more than 11 million fans.

Jun 26th, 2020 Article

MacLaren raises her game to win on Rose Series

It was rather fitting that in the week that the LET launched its #RaiseOurGame video scripted by Meghan MacLaren that Meg took the second of the Rose Series events at Moor Park yesterday.

Jun 24th, 2020 Article

LET ready to raise its game

The Ladies European Tour (LET) has launched a fresh logo, new website and tag line, #RaiseOurGame, capturing the ambition of the new LPGA-LET joint venture partnership and a shared desire to keep moving women’s golf forward.

Jun 19th, 2020 Article

Charley Hull wins first Rose Ladies Series event

Charley Hull crushed local girl and event organiser Liz Young’s dreams of a home course victory when she holed a 15-foot birdie putt at the first extra. Sadly there were no spectators at Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club in the New Forest to witness the exciting climax to the first Rose Ladies Series event.

Mar 29th, 2020 Article

LPGA moves Evian Championship

The LPGA has announced the movement of the Evian Championship to 6th to 9th August, the week before the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open. At the same time, the signs are that both the R&A and USGA will announce the postponement of the Open and US Open in the coming week.