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Ladies European Tour

Sep 9th, 2020 Article

Wolf eyes up Swiss Ladies Open

Austria’s Christine Wolf heads to this week’s VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open at Golfpark Holzhäusern full of confidence off the back of a solo second place finish at the LET’s most recent stop in the Czech Republic. “I feel like I have been getting more steady year after year and I think I am just more relaxed now that I know how everything works on tour.”

Aug 31st, 2020 Article

Pedersen takes Tipsport Czech Ladies Open

Emily Kristine Pedersen sealed her second career LET title at the 2020 Tipsport Czech Ladies Open at Beroun Golf Club, closing with a dramatic 80ft eagle putt on the 18th hole to win by four-shots at 17-under-par from Austria’s Christine Wolf. The scores suggest it was a procession, it was anything but. By the 12th it was down to three, as Austria’s Cristine Wolf came knocking.

Aug 30th, 2020 Article

Pedersen takes control at Tipsport Czech Ladies Open

Denmark’s Emily Kristine Pedersen stamped her authority on the Tipsport Czech Ladies Open with a commanding second round 65 (-7) to take a six-shot lead at 16-under-par heading into the final day at Beroun Golf Club. Pedersen came into the tournament as the highest ranked player on the Rolex Rankings and played like it.

Aug 29th, 2020 Article

Pedersen leads low scoring Czech Ladies Open

The return of the LET to mainland Europe did not disappoint, with low scores galore on the international leaderboard at the 2020 Tipsport Czech Ladies Open at Beroun Golf Club. Leading the pack after day one is perhaps the hottest player on the LET right now, Emily Kristine Pedersen, who continued her run of good form, firing a ‘career-low’ first round of 63 (-9).

Aug 28th, 2020 Article

Carly Booth targets double in Czech Republic

Scotland’s Carly Booth gets her title defence underway today at 12.50pm alongside Czech Republic’s Kristyna Napoleaova and Becky Morgan from Wales at the 2020 Tipsport Czech Ladies Open at Beroun Golf Club.

Aug 24th, 2020 Article

Popov wins the AIG Women's Open

Germany’s Sophia Popov claimed a magnificent first Major title as she held off international challengers to win the AIG Women’s Open at Royal Troon. The 27-year-old, who came into the championship ranked 304th in the world and without a main tour victory, secured the winner’s cheque of $675,000 after a stunning two-stroke success over the famous Ayrshire links.

Aug 23rd, 2020 Article

Sophia Popov leads AIG Women's Open

 Sophia Popov continued her love for Royal Troon as she opened up a commanding three-stroke lead heading into the final round of the AIG Women’s Open. American duo Austin Ernst and Lindsey Weaver, helped by a miraculous chip in for par at the 12th, are two shots further back in a tie for fourth place at one-over-par, alongside another German, Caroline Masson. 

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.