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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. 


Danielson charges to solo lead after round two at Lalla Aicha Tour School

American Casey Danielson took the lead on day two at the LET’s Lalla Aicha Tour School – Final Stage, being played over the Amelkis Golf and Palm Golf Ourika courses in Marrakech, Morocco.

On a chilly day in the Ochre City, Danielson, from Asceola, Wisconsin, drilled in six birdies for a flawless 66 at the Amelkis Golf course, which tied for the best score of the second round with Ainil Bakar from Malaysia and Elina Nummenpaa from Finland, who also played on the Amelkis course.


Luisa Dittrich grabs first-round lead at Lalla Aicha Tour School

Luisa Dittrich of Germany made a sensational start to the Final Stage of the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School for 2018 by recording her lowest ever round, a six-under-par 66, at Amelkis Golf Club in Marrakech, Morocco, on Saturday.

The 25-year-old from Hamburg holds a one stroke lead over three other players: Julia Engström from Sweden and Laura Sedda from Italy, who also played their first rounds on the Amelkis Course and Casey Danielson of the United States of America, who played at Palm Golf Ourika.


Future Stars Head to Lalla Aicha Tour School

The Ladies European Tour returns to Morocco this week for the sixth edition of Lalla Aicha Tour School. The Final Stage of qualifying for 2018 starts on Saturday, December 16 and concludes on Wednesday, December 20.

A total of 106 players, from 18 countries, will battle it out at Amelkis Golf and Palm Golf Ourika Marrakech - a new venue for 2017, which was conceived and designed in a desert style landscape by Canadian duo Neil Haworth and Stephane Talbot and opened in November 2015.


Camille Chevalier wins 2017 LET Rookie of the Year

Camille Chevalier from France won the Ladies European Tour’s Rookie of the Year award as the leading first year player on the Order of Merit in 2017 and was rewarded with an OMEGA timepiece following her appearance in the OMEGA Dubai Ladies Classic.

With season’s earnings of €64,002.98 from nine tournaments, she earned almost double that of second placed Luna Sobron from Spain and third placed Jenny Haglund from Sweden.


Georgia Hall Named Player of the Year

England’s Georgia Hall had reason to celebrate after collecting both the Ladies European Tour’s Order of Merit and Players’ Player of the Year Awards at a glittering awards dinner following the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.

The 21-year-old from Dorset wrapped up the Order of Merit with earnings of €368,934.60 from 10 tournaments and was presented with a beautiful diamond encrusted OMEGA watch and a cheque for €20,000.  


American Angel Yin wins Omega Dubai Ladies Classic in riveting finish

Angel Yin displayed her vast potential and power off the tee as well as a soft touch around the greens in a three-way playoff to capture the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic in a riveting finish at Emirates Golf Club on Saturday.

The 19-year-old Los Angeles native saved par after finding the water on the closing hole in a bogey-free final round of 67 to match the clubhouse target of a 15-under-par set by South Korea’s In-Kyung Kim and Celine Herbin of France.


Angel flies back into contention

Long-hitting teen sensation Angel Yin fired the day’s best score of a seven-under 65 to haul herself into contention heading into the final round of the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic at Emirates Golf Club on Friday.

Yin, who turned 19 in October, made a blistering start, notching up eight birdies, including four in a row from the second, against one bogey to join Sweden’s Pernilla Lindberg for a share of second on 10-under, just two shots behind the overnight leader Anne Van Dam, who returned an up-and-down third round of 70. 


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