This, according to the report, had nothing to do with an issue specific to either player, but everything to do with their home country.
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.
The old adage about only being as good as your last performance has world No.28 Charley Hull in a bullish mood ahead of the 12th Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
No player carries more momentum into next week’s LPGA Tour season finale than Shanshan Feng.
China’s Shanshan Feng won the Toto Japan Classic for the second year in a row, marking the first time in the 2017 season that an LPGA player defended a title.
Cristie Kerr made a 35-footer for birdie on the 18th hole to win the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia tournament at TPC Kuala Lumpur with a four-day 15-under 269.
Paige Spiranac welcomed back to Dubai Ladies Masters but unlikely to be put through “trauma” of actually playing LET event
Golf’s social media queen could also be invited to be an official starter for the European Tour men at January’s Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
Watching Sung Hyun Park’s approach shot into par-5 18th hole roll off the back of the green, leaving her ball in a swale, brought a nervousness to the crowd.
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