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    Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia – Sunday March 1, 2020: Julia Engström saved her best for last as she made a fantastic birdie two to win her first Ladies European Tour title at the Women’s New South Wales Open at Dubbo Golf Club. The 18-year-old from Halmstad in southern Sweden began the final round five strokes behind the overnight leader, Manon De Roey, but put up a strong challenge from the outset, eventually drawing level with ...

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The Circuit, which was introduced in 2012 to increase participation in the individual club scratch cups     Caption: Aine Donegan (Lahinch), image by Pat Cashman Photography The 2020 ILGU Scratch Cup Circuit schedule has been announced. The Circuit, which was introduced in 2012 to increase participation in the individual club scratch cups, will commence at Carlow Golf Club on Saturday March 7th where Aine Donegan (Lahinch) defends her title. Donegan, an Ireland Girls’ International, admits that the Circuit ...

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  ​Golf Ireland, the new governing body for golf in Ireland, launched their brand identity which reflects the modern and inclusive approach that golf club delegates voted overwhelmingly in favour of last year. In attendance at the brand launch for Golf Ireland, the new governing body for golf in Ireland which takes over from the Golfing Union of Ireland and Irish Ladies Golf Union on 1st January 2021, are, from left to right, Mark Kennelly, CEO, Golf ...

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Alexandra Armas has been confirmed as the permanent CEO of the Ladies European Tour (LET), reporting directly to the LPGA-LET Joint Venture Board of Directors, chaired by LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan. Armas took on the role of Acting CEO in early October 2019, working closely alongside the Board to complete the 2019 season and build the 2020 schedule, which will be announced on Friday. She previously held the position of LET Executive Director from August 2008 ...

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    13th January 2020: Kristianstads GK in the south of Sweden will become the venue for the Creekhouse Ladies Open, a new Ladies European Tour (LET) event in 2020. The four day tournament will be played September 3-6 featuring a field of 126 professional women, competing for a €400,000 prize fund. The tournament will not only be the first of its kind in Sweden since 2015, bringing a full field of professional women golfers from all over ...

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  DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — For a fourth consecutive year, the Symetra Tour and American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) are aligning around select AJGA invitationals hosted by current and former LPGA Tour greats to provide champions with exemption into Symetra Tour events. Winners of the 2020 ANNIKA Invitational USA presented by Rolex, Buick Shanshan Feng AJGA Girls Invitational and KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior All-Star Invitational qualify for a Symetra Tour exemption to various tournaments. It is the ...

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  Two of golf’s leading organisations have committed to support the growth of women’s professional golf through the newly formed LPGA-LET partnership   The R&A and the men’s European Tour have committed to help the newly formed joint venture between the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and the Ladies European Tour (LET) in its efforts to significantly grow playing opportunities, financial incentives and television exposure for women’s professional golf in Europe and around the world. As well as providing ...

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Balmoral Captain Donagh Finnegan and Lady Captain Eleanor O’Neill joined forces in support of Addiction N.I. Captain Donagh and Lady Captain Eleanor were delighted with the huge support for they received for their joint Charity Day, they both thanked all those who came along to support the day and those who so generously  sponsored holes and prizes.   The Winning Team. Addiction N.I. is a registered charity which provides treatment and support for people who are dependent on alcohol ...

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  Photo: Pat Cashman Beth Coulter (Kirkistown Castle) has won the Irish Girls’ Close Championship at Galway Golf Club. Leading from the start, Coulter won the Muwick Cup for best stroke play qualifier with rounds of 72 and 74 but that would not be the only silverware for her to take home as she also secured the Violet Haslett Cup as best under sixteen qualifier and the big one – the Black Cup. The Kirkistown Castle native needed no ...

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Suzanne Corcoran (Portumna) claims three in a row defeating Maria O’Reilly from Headfort in the final.  Anita McCaw (Royal County Down Ladies) wins the Shirley MacDonald Plate trophy defeating Fiona Corbett from Castletroy and Alison Taylor wins the Therese O’Reilly trophy as leading qualifier. Corcoran overcame leading qualifier Alison Taylor (Malahide) in a tight semi final tussle to claim her berth in the final while O’Reilly beat past Champion Sheena McElroy (Grange). In the Shirley MacDonald (Plate Trophy), Fiona Corbett (Castletroy) defeated home ...

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