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Tagged with "Aramco Saudi Ladies International"

Mar 20th, 2022 Article

Hall out front at Saudi Ladies International

England’s Georgia Hall produced another excellent day as she fired a round of 68 to sit on 10-under-par at the top of the Aramco Saudi Ladies International presented by Public Investment Fund leaderboard. The 2018 Women’s Open winner, who has shared the lead on the first two days at Royal Greens, rolled in four birdies and one bogey on her front nine.

Mar 17th, 2022 Article

Hall and Nordqvist eye up the Saudi Ladies International

Reigning and former British Open champions Anna Nordqvist and Georgia Hall have described this week’s Aramco Saudi Ladies International presented by Public Investment Fund as “one of the headline events” in women’s golf, as they get set to tee-off in what will be the first ever Ladies European Tour event to feature three Arabic golfers.

Mar 3rd, 2022 Article

Lydia Ko confirmed for $1million Saudi International

The Aramco Saudi Ladies International presented by Public Investment Fund is returning for 2022, with a new date and the biggest early-season purse in what will be a record-breaking year for the Ladies European Tour (LET). The ground-breaking event will tee-up at Royal Greens Golf & Country Club, King Abdullah Economic City, in just over two weeks’ time – March 17-20th.

Nov 8th, 2021 Article

Ko cruises to victory in Saudi

Lydia Ko shot a final day 65 to romp to a five-shot victory at the $1million Aramco Saudi Ladies International presented by PIF. The former world #1 picked-up where she left off a day earlier, birdieing the first as her week’s assault on Royal Greens Golf & Country Club resumed – one that had put her into a commanding four-stroke lead heading into Sunday’s closing round.

Nov 16th, 2020 Article

Pedersen wins ‘duel in the sun’

Denmark’s Emily Kristine Pedersen held her nerve to secure a dramatic play-off victory over Georgia Hall to win the inaugural Aramco Saudi Ladies International presented by PIF. Hall had the advantage of a three-shot cushion with five holes to play but gutsy Pedersen clawed her way back following a rollercoaster round that included six birdies, four bogeys and one double bogey.

Nov 15th, 2020 Article

All to play for in Saudi

The stage is set for a Sunday showdown at the inaugural Aramco Saudi Ladies International Presented by PIF, with Welsh star Lydia Hall and Denmark’s Emily Kristine Pedersen locked together at ten-under-par after rounds of 69 (-3) and 71 (-1) respectively. I’m pretty happy with the result and I’m looking forward to playing with the same group tomorrow again – it’s going to be fun.”

Nov 13th, 2020 Article

Pedersen leads the way in Saudi

Denmark’s Emily Kristine Pedersen closed her second round with an emphatic eagle to post a silky round of 68 (-4) and hold a two shot halfway lead at nine-under-par from Lydia Hall, heading into the weekend at the inaugural Aramco Saudi Ladies International presented by PIF. The halfway cut fell at +7, with 67 players advancing to the weekend.

Nov 12th, 2020 Article

Georgia Hall leads the way in Saudi

Major-winner Georgia Hall wasted no time in laying down a marker at the inaugural Aramco Saudi Ladies International presented by Public Investment Fund. The Englishwoman carded a course record 65 to lead by one after a day of low-scoring in Saudi Arabia. “It’s nice to see two Halls at the top for a change!” Day Two groups will begin at 6.50 am on Friday. For more information, please visit: 

Nov 11th, 2020 Article

Stars ready to make golfing history

Stars of the Ladies European Tour are ready to make golfing history this week as they play in Saudi Arabia’s first ever professional female tournaments, taking place in King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC). Held within a safe bio-secure environment, 108 of the tour’s best golfers are in the Kingdom competing for a total $1.5million prize-fund for the landmark Ladies European Tour events.