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The American Golf Cup tournament was held in Traverse City, Michigan back in September or in the Fall as Americans would say, I was delighted to be taking part in such a prestigious event. My friend Ann and I were booked into the fabulous ALoft boutique hotel at the historic The David Witney Building right in the heart of Downtown Detroit. Chris from Visit Detroit who was also playing in the tournament met us in the lobby the next ...

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The European Tour confirmed the postponement of Trophée Hassan II and the cancellation of the Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Henrik and Annika, due to the continuing threat posed by the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Lalla Meryem Cup on the Ladies European Tour, which was scheduled to take place concurrently with Trophée Hassan II at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam, Rabat, Morocco from June 4-7, 2020, has also been postponed. The decision to postpone both events in ...

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CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – March 14, 2020: Alice Hewson’s professional career couldn’t have started any better. The 22-year-old from Hemel Hempstead in England won the Investec South African Women’s Open on her first start as a rookie member of the Ladies European Tour at Westlake Golf Club on Saturday, coming from three strokes behind the overnight leader, Olivia Cowan, to win by a shot. “I couldn’t have hoped for a better start. It feels absolutely incredible ...

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  Rory McIlroy will make a much-anticipated return to the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open when the World Number One tees it up at the second Rolex Series event of the 2020 Race to Dubai, taking place at Mount Juliet Estate from May 28-31. The four-time Major winner will join his fellow Northern Irishman, close friend and tournament host Graeme McDowell, in a star-studded field which also includes defending champion Jon Rahm and the reigning Open Champion ...

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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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Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia – Feb 23. 2020: Australian amateur Stephanie Kyriacou marked herself out as a new star of women’s golf by storming to an emphatic eight-shot victory in the Geoff King Motors Australian Ladies Classic Bonville. The 19-year-old from Sydney started the final round two shots clear of the chasing pack and quickly took control on the front nine at Bonville Golf Resort. She made a barrage of birdies through the second, fourth, ...

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    26/01/2020. Ladies European Tour. Final Stage Qualifying School. La Manga Club, South Course, Spain. Jan 22-26 2020 Amy Boulden of Wales during the final round. Credit: Tristan Jones MURCIA, SPAIN – Jan 26, 2020: Amy Boulden will return to the Ladies European Tour in 2020 after winning Qualifying School at La Manga Club by three strokes from Magdalena Simmermacher and Alison Muirhead. Boulden, the 2014 LET Rookie of the Year, closed the Final Stage with a round ...

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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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