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Carly’s the Queen of Karlštejn

Scotland’s Carly Booth ended a seven year wait for her third Ladies European Tour title with victory in the Tipsport Czech Ladies Open, a dual-ranking event with the LET Access Series.

Booth carded rounds of 68, 69 and 70 for a 54-hole total of 207, nine-under-par, at Golf Resort Karlštejn to finish a stroke ahead of Finland’s Sanna Nuutinen, France’s Anais Meysonnier and English pair Charlotte Thompson and Hayley Davis.


Skarpnord wins the Battle at Bonville

Marianne Skarpnord ended a six year drought to claim her fourth title on the Ladies European Tour after a closely fought battle for the Pacific Bay Resort Australian Ladies Classic – Bonville.

Skarpnord fired a final round of 69 to earn a two stroke victory on eight-under-par ahead of Australian Hannah Green and Nuria Iturrios of Spain after four rounds at Bonville Golf Resort.


Flawless Sagstrom takes charge at Bonville

Sweden’s Madelene Sagstrom cruised to a bogey-free 68 on Saturday and takes a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Pacific Bay Resort Australian Ladies Classic – Bonville.

Sagstrom, who was six shots back after the second round, has a 54-total of six-under-par 210 at Bonville Golf Resort in Coffs Harbour.


Nuria Iturrios Leads at Blustery Bonville

Nuria Iturrios from Spain holds a four shot lead midway through the Pacific Bay Resort Australian Ladies Classic – Bonville after a superb second round of 67, played in strong winds and rain. Just nine players are in red figures for the tournament with Iturrios leading on eight-under-par in total.

Overnight leader Doey Choi dropped to four-under and outright second with fellow Australian Hannah Green in third on three-under. Sweden’s Madelene Sagstrom, Jenny Haglund and rookie Linnea Strom share fourth with Norwegian Marianne Skarpnord.


Lopez completes birthday week in style with first LPGA victory

One day after celebrating her 25th birthday with a hole in one, Gaby Lopez went one better, carding a final-round 73 and earning her first LPGA victory at the 2018 Blue Bay LPGA with a final score of 8-under 280. The native of Mexico City, who yesterday celebrated her 25th birthday, earned a one-stroke win over Rolex Rankings No. 1 Ariya Jutanugarn at -7, with a surging Celine Boutier finishing third at -6.

Playing in the final group with Jutanugarn and World No. 2 Sung Hyun Park, Lopez drew inspiration from the star power surrounding her on the golf course.


Lombardi, Duvall and Lau are awarded 2018 LPGA Leadership Academy Scholarships

Grace Lombardi, Bria Duvall and Sophia Lau have been selected as the 2018 winners of the LPGA Leadership Academy Scholarships, which are granted annually through The LPGA Foundation.

Lombardi, Duvall and Lau each received a $5,000 college scholarship and will enjoy a VIP ‘inside the LPGA’ experience at the LPGA Tour's season-ending CME Tour Championship, to be played next week at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida, from Nov. 15-18. All three are alumnae of LPGA Leadership Academies, Lombardi and Duvall having attended in 2016 and Lau in 2017.


Jennifer Alexander to receive 2019 LPGA T&CP President’s Award

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Teaching and Club Professional (T&CP) membership announced today that U.S. Air Force veteran Jennifer Alexander will receive the 2019 President’s Award during the LPGA T&CP National Awards ceremony at next year's PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida.

The President’s award is awarded by the LPGA T&CP National President to a member or a non-member who has provided exceptional service, contributions, and/or leadership to the LPGA Teaching and Club Professional membership.


Nasa Hataoka wins 2018 TOTO Japan Classic

With a birdie on the final hole raising cries from the throngs of adoring fans ringing the green, riding Japanese star Nasa Hataoka won the 2018 TOTO Japan Classic for her second career LPGA win. Hataoka earned a two-stroke win over Spain’s Carlota Ciganda and Hataoka’s countrywomen Momoko Ueda and Saki Nagamine.

“I'm so proud. I'm so happy to win this event,” said Hataoka, who becomes the season’s second multiple winner. “Actually, I wanted to win this tournament before it began. I am really happy to accomplish it.”


Becky Morgan wins Women’s Indian Open

Wales’ Becky Morgan secured her first professional title with a two shot victory in the Hero Women’s Indian Open. In her 18th year on tour, and after rounds of 72, 72, 68 and 69, for a total of 281, seven-under-par,  she could finally enjoy her moment in the sun.

“It’s taken me 18 years and it’s a mixture of excitement and relief that finally I have done it. I didn’t look at the scoreboard until the 18th green because I knew anything could happen. I knew I was doing fairly well, because I was playing well, but I kept to myself and let it happen,” said Morgan.


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