Georgia Hall plays with a quiet intensity, which on the final day of the Ricoh Women’s British Open made her look like she was exactly where she belonged.
If there is one player, though, who might rise above the sea of LPGA Tour talent and begin to take control, it’s Ariya Jutanugarn.
Tournament-starved Ladies European Tour players have led a chorus of approval as details of Jordan’s new mixed-gender professional event were released on Tuesday.
The third annual Women’s Golf Day expected to build on the 711 venues in 46 countries the event boasted in 2017.
USGA officials optimistic they’ll get things started on time at Shoal Creek—and will play the ball down
If no more rain falls before Thursday morning, USGA officials says they’ll be looking at a 72-hole U.S. Women’s Open that’s starting on time on Thursday, and the ball will be played as it lies.
Battle of the Sexes: Jordan event set to pit LET women against Challenge Tour men and European Seniors stars
The European Tour has led the scramble to spice up professional golf’s staple diet of 72-hole strokeplay events with innovative formats and a new event planned for the Middle East might just be the most interesting yet.
It’s a brand synonymous with professional golf in Dubai and now Omega have put their long-standing support of the game behind a new amateur series.
It’s a good time to be Staysure Tour CEO (and proud Dad) David MacLaren right now.
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.