Escape (Monday with) the Sand Trap, your guide to the best golf, on and off the course, in the Middle East.
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.
A breakout win from a rising young star? That certain is how Sunday appears to have unfolded at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
David Cannon LYTHAM ST ANNES, ENGLAND – AUGUST 05: Georgia Hall of England lines up a birdie putt on the 13th hole during the final round of the Ricoh Women’s British ...
In the wake of its debut and Team Denmark’s victory last May, the verdict wasn’t quite unanimous in its positivity. But the overall impression was pretty welcoming. Indeed, the inaugural GolfSixes showed a 42-percent increase in new golf fans at the event compared to regular European Tour events.
Kelsey MacDonald is grateful to have pal Katy McNicoll on her bag as she faces the cameras, and a potentially career-defining weekend, in Dubai.
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.
There’s a new name and a new trophy at this week’s OMEGA Dubai Ladies Classic. In-Kyung Kim struggled to get her head around the former on the eve of the Ladies European Tour season-ender but has very clear designs on that sparkling new dallah come Saturday afternoon.
An inexplicable four-putt on the penultimate hole made it tighter than it needed to be but Aditi Ashok held her nerve to clinch the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open on Saturday.
Luna Sobron has slashed the course record at Saadiyat Beach G.C. by two strokes to go from potential cut victim to genuine title contender at the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open.