Lydia Ko, the record-breaking 19-year-old, had back to back wins at the last two Majors, Evian and ANA Inspiration, and is already eyeing the Ricoh Women’s British Open title. photo Getty Images
At six under par, the 26-year-old Englishwoman was two strokes ahead of compatriot Liz Young and Frenchwoman Isabelle Boineau at the halfway stage.
Spain’s Luna Sobron opened the 2016 LET Access Series season in style with a magnificent six-under-par 67
Some of the world’s best women professional golfers will come to Abu Dhabi in November 2016 to compete in the newly announced FBMLO.
Despite dropping two strokes in the last three holes, eight birdies in a final round 66 was just enough for Lee to hold on as her closest challengers all blew their chances.
The 26-year-old used a 7-iron on the Olazabal Course’s 17th hole for the ace, at Mission Hills Resort Dongguan in China.
Shin had held the overnight lead by two shots from Clyburn and Sweden’s Camilla Lennarth and the talented European pair piled on the early pressure but it wasn’t enough.
The pair will take their place in the 63-player field on account of their continued commitment and contribution to the game, courtesy of an invitation from tournament sponsor HSBC. photo Getty Images
Nomura, the Honolulu based 23-year-old from Kanagawa, Japan, has introduced herself to the golfing world with a thunderclap. photo Credit Golf Australia
Twenty years after she won the event that kick-started her wonderful career, the Scottish veteran is in the mix to win the tournament again on a packed leaderboard at The Grange in Adelaide.
Ko held the overnight lead by one shot from French rookie Justine Dreher.
The 22-year-old from Hillerød in Denmark, who is the second highest ranked player in the Rolex Rankings competing this week, started at the 10th hole and was quickly into her stride making birdie at the par five.
The 17-year-old showed her prodigious talent when she became the first Indian player to win the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Qualifier in December.
Picture Tenniel Chu, Vice Chairman of Mission Hills Group, with the 2015 World Ladies Championship team winners Inbee Park and So Yeon Ryu of Korea.
Amanda Tan leads chasing pack four shots adrift