After winning the LPGA's Kia Classic in a playoff, Beatriz Recari is willing to share her story of battling an eating disorder to spread awareness of how to fight the ailment.
All three professional bodies in the British Isles have expressed support for the R&A's stance that anchoring a putting stroke should be banned.
The Ladies European Tour is delighted to announce the appointment of Golf Course St. Leon-Rot in Germany as the venue for The 2015 Solheim Cup.
Australia's Kristie Smith shot a 4-under 68 to overtake Italy's Giulia Sergas and win the New Zealand Women's Open on Sunday.
Taiwan's Yani Tseng has taken over the No. 1 ranking in women's golf after shooting a final-round 68 to win the Australian Ladies Masters by four strokes.
Can Karrie Webb do it again? That’s the question on the lips of many this week at the Australian Ladies Masters, which gets under way Thursday at RAVC Royal Pines Resort.
By year’s end, Yani Tseng wants to be No. 1 in the world. The 2010 LPGA Player of the Year took a step closer to her goal Sunday with victory at the Women’s Australian Open. Jiyai Shin, who is atop the world pecking order, was among the runners-up.
Jennifer Song of the United States shot a 6-under-par 67 on Thursday to earn a share of the first-round lead at the Women’s Australian Open.
Yani Tseng is raring to defend her Women’s Australian Open title, despite some elbow tendinitis. The 3-time major winner is in Melbourne this week for the start of the Ladies European Tour season.
English veteran Laura Davies is playing some of her best golf at age 47 and finds herself among the favorites in a strong field for the Australian Women’s Open starting Thursday.
Spain has its team for 2011 Comunitat Valenciana European Nations Cup. Pro players Azahara Muñoz and Maria Hernandez will make their debuts at the fourth edition of the match-play contest between 18 countries, the Ladies European Tour announced this week.
Iben Tinning of Denmark ended her career with a victory at the Dubai Ladies Masters on Saturday, clinching the win with a birdie on the last hole to hold off Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist by two shots.
The European Tour has garnered many headlines this season, and rightfully so. Very little has been written about the Ladies European Tour, but the LET is a success story in its own right.
Michelle Wie: A late triple bogey leaves the LPGA star four shots back of leader Florentyna Parker at the Dubai Ladies Masters.
Laura Davies needs a top-2 finish at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters for a shot to steal the Henderson Money List crown from Lee-Anne Pace. Both players notched five victories this season on the Ladies European Tour, and just 32,000 euros stands between them. Pace can seal it with a top-5 finish – no matter what the Englishwoman does.
The Ladies European Tour says nine candidates have declared an interest in hosting the Solheim Cup between Europe and the United States in 2015.
It’s now clear what Laura Davies must do to steal the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit title from Lee-Anne Pace. The seven-time merit champion needs one more victory like Saturday’s, in the season finale next month in Dubai.
Nicollet Sharmila is India’s newest rising star and certainly isn’t short on ambition. The 19-year-old from Bangalore comes into the Hero Honda Indian Open with only the intention to win the co-sanctioned Ladies European Tour and Ladies Asian Golf Tour event.
As Hyun-Ji Kim stood off the 18th green Sunday awaiting a possible playoff, she breathed a sigh of relief as Soo-Jin Yang’s birdied putt slipped past the hole. There would be no playoff pressure this year.
Lee-Ann Pace is looking for a place in the record books. After Pace’s back-to-back wins in China, the South African is hoping to complete a trifecta in Asia. If she’s successful, she’ll equal the feat of Marie-Laure de Lorenzi – the only other player in Ladies European Tour history to have won three consecutive events. Lorenzi accomplished her victory streak in 1989.