Angel Yin survived a dramatic final round and even more suspenseful playoff to win the $500,000 Omega Dubai Ladies Classic and cap an unforgettable rookie season.
The embattled Ladies European Tour (LET) may have decided to go it alone in 2018 but insist they remain open to future partnerships with either the LPGA Tour, the men’s European Tour or a combination thereof.
The combined US$1 million prize fund for its new four-event Australian Swing in February falls short of the purses the Ladies European Tour (LET) covets but is a start down the tour’s road to recovery, executive chairman Mark Lictenhein says.
Much has been made of the Majlis being a big-hitters paradise but I.K. Kim reckons the absorbing 12th edition of the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic will be decided on the greens.
Mercurial Dutchwoman Anne Van Dam has quickly parked the heartache of wasting a dream start at last week’s LPGA Tour Q-School in the U.S. to take the driver’s seat halfway through the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
There’s an old adage that warns rivals to “beware the sick/injured golfer“. For survivors of the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic’s 36-hole cut, beware the tired/grumpy Georgia Hall might be more pertinent advice this weekend.
An exhausted Georgia Hall is determined to muster one final effort in Dubai to achieve the only thing missing from her career year.
In arguably the most significant development for the game in the Middle East since golf first met grass in the UAE nearly 30 years ago, Topgolf is coming to Dubai.
In-Kyung Kim faces an early start, and a reunion with a friendly foe, in her bid to become the third multiple winner of the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
The Indian teen already has the Qatar Ladies Open and Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open trophies on her mantlepiece.
Two-time major champion Brittany Lincicome is bringing her big hitting game to the Majlis as a serious contender for the 9th Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.