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Boutier Builds Five-Stroke Lead in the Rain

France’s Céline Boutier kept her composure throughout heavy tropical downpours to post a five-under-par 67 on day three of the Australian Ladies Classic Bonville.

At 11-under-par, the 24-year-old from Montrouge will take a five-stroke lead into the final round ahead of the halfway leader Holly Clyburn from England, with a further four players a stroke back.


Korean Jin Young Ko wins Women’s Australian Open

Brilliant Korean Jin Young Ko dominated the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open but it was also a victory of sorts for Australia’s Hannah Green.

Ko won by three shots when she rolled in a short par putt at the last hole, with Kooyonga’s 18th green surrounded by thousands of spectators. But the 21-year-old Green secured the best finish of her short LPGA Tour life, and her best result in her national Open, finishing third.


Shin earns 50th career win at Canberra Classic

Jiyai Shin’s love affair with Australia continued as she came from three strokes behind Minjee Lee to claim the ActewAGL Canberra Classic by six strokes for her 50th career win and her second at Royal Canberra Golf Club.

The 29-year-old from South Korea, who was known as the ‘final-round Queen’ when she held the world number one spot from 2010-2011, opened with rounds of 65 and 68, followed by an eight-under-par 64 when it most mattered, highlighted by an eagle at the 15th, seven birdies and one bogey, to end on a three-round total of 19-under-par.


Minjee Lee fires career low round to lead in Canberra

Last week’s Oates Vic Open winner Minjee Lee produced the lowest round of her career to earn a three-stroke lead heading into the final day of the ActewAGL Canberra Classic in Australia.

The 21-year-old from Perth fired a stunning nine-under-par 63 on a hot, humid and overcast day at Royal Canberra Golf Club.


Jiyai Shin shines in first round of Canberra Classic

Former world number one Jiyai Shin of South Korea produced eight birdies in an opening round of seven-under-par 65 to claim a two-shot lead in the ActewAGL Canberra Classic at Royal Canberra Golf Club in the Australian capital on Friday.

Although she started the round in slight drizzle, Shin shone from her first hole, sinking a birdie putt from eight feet on the par-4 10th just after a trio of kangaroos had bounded across the fairway.


Allen makes perfect start at Oates Vic Open

Beth Allen shot a sparkling six-under-par 67 in the Oates Vic Open first round to take a one stroke lead ahead of fellow American Cheyenne Woods at 13th Beach Golf Links near Melbourne.

Due to their late arrival from the LPGA’s season-opening tournament in the Bahamas, neither player had played a practice round and they both credited their experienced caddies for steering them around the Creek Course on Thursday morning.


Juli Inkster Appointed US Solheim Cup Captain for Unprecedented Third Time

After leading Team USA to back-to-back Solheim Cup victories in 2015 and 2017, LPGA and World Golf Halls of Fame member Juli Inkster will return as captain for the biennial team match-play competition in 2019.

The 31-time LPGA Tour winner and seven-time major champion will become the first three-time Team USA captain at the 2019 Solheim Cup to be played on the world-famous PGA Centenary Course at The Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire, Scotland, from Sept. 13-15, 2019. The U.S. will head to Scotland leading Europe 10-5 all-time in Solheim Cup competition.


American Casey Danielson wins Lalla Aicha Tour School

American Casey Danielson led the qualifiers for the Ladies European Tour’s 2018 season after a thrilling final day of golf at Lalla Aicha Tour School in Marrakech, Morocco.

As the sun set over the Atlas Mountains on the desert-style Palm Golf Ourika course, 25 women earned their full 2018 Tour cards and 35 more were eligible for partial status.


Casey Danielson leads group of Final 60 at Lalla Aicha Tour School

After the completion of four rounds at the Final Stage of Lalla Aicha Tour School, 60 players made the cut at two-over-par and will progress to play in the fifth and final round at Palm Golf Ourika in Marrakech on Wednesday.

With 25 full cards being contested for the 2018 Ladies European Tour season, there were exactly 25 players on four-under-par or better after the completion of 72 holes on Tuesday afternoon. 


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