European Solheim Cup Captain Carin Koch now has eight of her 12 charges confirmed for The 2015 Solheim Cup at Golf Club St. Leon-Rot in Germany.
The Koreans are set to rekindle their love affair with one of the nation’s top sporting events if the world’s best female golfer, Inbee Park, has her way.
The highly sought after places have been awarded to the players in recognition of their continued progress as professional golfers.
England’s Hannah Burke fired a bogey-free final round of seven under par 64 to come from four shots behind and claim her first Ladies European Tour trophy.
At 10 under par after 36 holes in scorching heat at Golf Park Pilsen, the pair are three strokes clear of a group of players on seven under par.
South Korea’s Inbee Park has become just the seventh woman golfer to win the traditional career Grand Slam. photo Tristan Jones LET
Kim won last year's Evian Championship in her first appearance in a Major and Ko has the opportunity to do the same.
Suzann Pettersen carded a superb three under par 69 to storm into a two shot lead after the second round of the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
With five birdies and an eagle on the Ailsa Course, the world number four equalled the lowest first round in the championship, previously recorded by four players
A field of 117 players from 27 countries will contest the inaugural CreditGate24 GolfSeries Hamburg Open in Germany this week.
Escuriola shot a closing round of 68 for a three round total of 11 under par and a three shot victory over Germany's Olivia Cowan.
Alex Peters from England shot a course record equalling second round of nine under par 63 to lead the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters at Buckinghamshire Golf Club on Friday.
The 32-year-old from Valence ended the day ahead of South African Ashleigh Simon, Italian Sophie Sandolo, Josephine Janson of Sweden and Nontaya Srisawang from Thailand.
Home stars Melissa Reid, Charley Hull and Dame Laura Davies are getting ready to kick off next week’s ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters at the Buckinghamshire Golf Club, from July 2-5.
The 27-year-old gave a dominant performance as she led from start to finish with rounds of 69, 69 and 71 over The International in Amsterdam.
Shanshan Feng shrugged off a double bogey on the first hole in her final round and strode to a six stroke victory in the Buick Championship at Shanghai Qizhong Garden Golf Club in China.
China’s world No.5 Shanshan Feng shot a third round of three under par 69 in cool and cloudy conditions to extend her lead to seven strokes going into the final round of the Buick Championship.
World number five Shanshan Feng of China shot a second round of five under par 67 in windy conditions to take a six stroke lead at the halfway stage of the Buick Championship at Shanghai Qizhong Garden Golf Club.
Australian Stacey Keating fired a course record nine under par 63 at Shanghai Qizhong Garden Golf Club on Thursday to take a two stroke lead over the world number five Shanshan Feng after the first round of the Buick Championship.
China's world number five is only 25 but she has already won 12 individual professional titles since turning professional in 2007
The championship will take place at the venue, home to the Ladies European Tour’s headquarters, on 2nd-5th July, with several world class players already confirmed for the LET’s showcase tournament.
The first event will be followed by the OCA Augas Santas Ladies International Open, at Augas Santas Balneario and Golf Resort in Spain, on April 29-May 1.
So Yeon Ryu came from a stroke behind fellow South Korean Inbee Park to capture her first World Ladies Championship title at Mission Hills Haikou in Hainan, China.
Morgan and Park tied for lead in mission for
World Ladies Championship