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Lydia Ko and Ariya Jutanugarn to spearhead title challenge at HSBC Women’s Champions

The world’s top-ten ranked female golfers will be heading to Singapore in less than two months’ time to compete in the 10th edition of the HSBC Women’s Champions which will be staged on the New Tanjong Course, Sentosa Golf Club, from 2-5 March this year.

The challenge will be spearheaded by world no. 1 Lydia Ko of New Zealand; world no. 2 Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand; and world no. 3 – and 2016 Rookie of the Year – In Gee Chun of South Korea. The trio will lead a star-studded cast of 63 players in what is set to be one of the most competitive fields of the LPGA Tour’s 2017 schedule.


Sagstrom tops qualifiers at Lalla Aicha Tour School, Amandeep Drall qualifies

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Céline Sweden’s Madelene Sagstrom came from four strokes behind the overnight leader Céline Boutier of France to claim a two stroke victory in the Ladies European Tour’s Final Stage Lalla Aicha Tour School for 2017 in Morocco.

Sagstrom carded a four-under-par 68 in beautiful conditions at Samanah Golf Club on Wednesday for a five day, 90-hole score of 343, 17-under-par, to win by two shots over Valdis Thora Jonsdottir of Iceland.


Boutier opens up healthy lead as 5 Indians make the Cut at LET Q-School

Céline Boutier from Paris continued her stellar play on Tuesday with a fourth round of two-under-par 70 in fine weather at Samanah Country Club in Marrakech to build a four stroke lead at the Final Stage of Lalla Aicha Tour School.

At 17-under-par 271 with one round to play, she is four clear of Australian teenager Celina Yuan, who carded 68 and 72 on the Samanah course respectively to get to 13-under.


Boutier hangs on to the lead at LET Q-School, Drall gives chase

Céline Boutier from France posted a third round of 67 at Amelkis Golf Course on Monday to remain at the top of the leader board and grab a two-shot advantage after three rounds of the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Stage in Marrakech.

“I started pretty well with birdies on the first and second holes and then it was quite steady. I had two bogeys: one on three and one on 15. I had a wrong distance on 15, but then I chipped in for eagle on 18, so that was a really good way to end the day,” said the 23-year-old professional, who splits her time between her home in the Paris suburb of Montrouge and seeing her coach in Dallas, Texas. “I feel like I just have to keep playing the way I’ve been playing. I’ve already thought about my strategy before, so I’m just trying to do my best every day.”


Amandeep Drall joins Boutier in Lead after 36 holes at Final Stage of LET Lalla Aicha Tour School

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Rising Indian star Amandeep Drall, the No.2 ranked player on the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour Order of Merit, joined first-round leader Céline Boutier of France at the head of affairs on 10-under-par after 36-holes at the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Stage in Marrakech, Morocco.

Conditions were much warmer for the second round on Sunday, which was played under blue skies at the Samanah and Amelkis courses, simultaneously.


Céline Boutier Takes Lead at Final Stage of LET’s Lalla Aicha Tour School

Céline Boutier from France posted an opening round of seven-under-par 65 on the Amelkis Course in Marrakech on Saturday to take a one stroke lead at the Final Stage of the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School for 2017 in Morocco.

“I’m really happy. I feel like I made a lot of putts and it’s always good to convert those opportunities for birdie,” said the 23-year-old from the Paris suburb of Montrouge. “I didn’t make a bogey today, so any round without a bogey is great. I tied my personal record and it’s been a while since I shot this low, so a 65 is perfect.”


Seven Indians including Anisha Padukone head to Morocco in search of Ladies European Tour membership

The Ladies European Tour will hold the Final Stage of Lalla Aïcha Tour School for 2017 in Marrakech from Saturday, December 17 through to Wednesday, December 21.

Morocco is hosting the competition for the fifth consecutive year and the Final Stage is played over five rounds of 18 holes. The field of 115 players is split in two groups and will alternate over the first four rounds between Amelkis Golf Club and Samanah Country Club. There will be a cut to the top 60 and ties after the fourth round and the final round will be contested at Samanah Country Club.


Inaugural Senior LPGA Championship to take place in Indiana

The LPGA Tour announced today the first-ever Senior LPGA Championship, which will be contested July 10-12, 2017 at The Pete Dye Course at the French Lick Resort in Indiana. The Tour has reached a multi-year deal to both host the tournament and have it televised live on Golf Channel.

The field of 81 players will feature a collection of past greats in the women’s game including LPGA and World Golf Hall of Fame members, current LPGA members and major champions over the age of 45. The 54-hole event will feature a total purse of $600,000. There will be no cut.


Beth Allen seals LET Order of Merit

Beth Allen of the United States stepped up to receive recognition for her phenomenal 2016 season at the Ladies European Tour awards dinner in Dubai where she was presented with a salver, an Omega watch and a cheque for 20,000 euros.

Although she had wrapped up the Order of Merit title ahead of the season-ending Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, winning the Players’ Player of the Year award was a complete surprise and she commented: “I love this tour and I’m so grateful to be part of it. Winning this means so much to me, especially because it’s voted for by the members.”


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