South Korean Hye In Yeom and Kusuma Meechai of Thailand claimed a share of the lead at 12 under par heading into the final round
American darling Jessica Korda fired a bogey-free third round of 65 to carve out a two-shot lead, at 12-under-par, going into tomorrow’s finale.
Ha Na Jang leading the charge. The current leader sits top of the leaderboard with an aggregate score of 10-under after round 2.
American Alison Lee and China’s Xi Yu Lin card 65 to sit atop round one leader board
French Solheim Cup player Gwladys Nocera grabbed the first round lead at the Xiamen International Ladies Open with an opening five under 67 at Orient Golf and Country Club in China.
Current leader Olivia Cowan will be aiming for a record four wins on LETAS this season.
The sixth edition of the tournament tees off from 8-11 October, promising 72 holes of fiercely fought competition on course and four days of non-stop entertainment off it.
Herbin won with a par on the third extra hole, the par-4 18th at Golf de Chantaco, after Pedersen three putted for a bogey.
The defending champion Azahara Muñoz is joined by her Spanish Solheim Cup partner Carlota Ciganda and fellow team mates Charley Hull from England and Gwladys Nocera.
Juli Inkster’s battling team started the last afternoon at St Leon-Rot four points adrift of the Europeans but in the end they rose to the occasion.
Europe has edged a step closer to winning the Solheim Cup for the third match in succession.
The two sides shared the morning foursomes 2-2 but Anna Nordqvist and Caroline Hedwall and then Charley Hull and Gwladys Nocera won their fourball matches to give their side a precious 4-2 lead at close of play.
The visiting side led by the legendary JoAnne Carner went into the final afternoon with a three point lead after winning the foursomes 4 ½ - 1 ½ and they went on to record a 13-11 victory after narrowly losing the singles 6 ½ - 5 ½ against a battling European team.
She had one bogey in her final 36 holes and recorded the lowest final round by a winner at a major, previously held by Karen Stupples (64) at the 2004 Women’s British Open.
Seven golfers from five continents, all with aspirations of going to the 2016 Rio Olympics, played a nearest to the pin contest before taking a guided tour of the Olympic Museum in Lausanne,
Sime Darby Foundation sponsored event continues alliance with Cancer Research Malaysia
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.