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Golf | Women`s Golf

Korea, Japan qualify for Queens final
The Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association team won all four of their matches on day two of The Queens in Japan on Saturday. Read full article
LPGA of Japan Team lead The Queens
The LPGA of Japan Team won all four of their matches on day one of The Queens presented by Kowa to surge into a four point lead at Miyoshi Country Club in Nagoya, Japan. Read full article
SA Hall of Fame honours legendary Little
Former South African Women’s Open champion Tandi von Ruben lifted the inaugural PinkStig Invitational title at the Lost City, but the day belonged to legendary Major champion Sally Little. Read full article
LPGA announces four new tournaments
The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) on Wednesday announced its 2017 schedule including four new tournaments and an increase of $4.35 million in official prize money. Read full article
Four teams, one crown - who will reign at The Queens
The 36 players representing four of the world’s top female golf tours in the second playing of The Queens presented by Kowa, arrived at Miyoshi Country Club outside Nagoya in Japan on Tuesday. Read full article
Aditi secures back-to-back victories
Indian teenager Aditi Ashok confirmed her star status by registering her second straight victory on the Ladies European Tour at the inaugural Qatar Ladies Open in Doha on Saturday. Read full article
Garcia under the gun in Qatar
Nicole Garcia will start the final round of the Qatar Ladies Open hoping to crack a top 10 finish in the Ladies European Tour season-finale at Doha Golf Club in Qatar. Read full article
Ashok, Madsen share Qatar lead
Indian teenager Aditi Ashok and young gun Nanna Koerstz Madsen from Denmark share the lead on 12-under-par heading into the final round of the Qatar Ladies Open at Doha Golf Club. Read full article
New Middle Eastern swing a big hit
The LET has broken new ground by staging the first women’s professional golf tournaments in Abu Dhabi and Doha over the last month. Read full article
Hall, Madsen share halfway lead in Qatar
Nanna Koerstz Madsen of Denmark shot a six-under-par 66 to seize a share of the lead alongside Lydia Hall from Wales on nine-under-par at the halfway stage of the Qatar Ladies Open at Doha Golf Club. Read full article
Garcia makes fast start in Qatar
South Africa’s Nicole Garcia pulled within two shots of Lydia Hall from Wales and Finland’s Noora Tamminen, who set the first round target in the Qatar Ladies Open. Read full article
Hall, Tamminen set the pace in Qatar
Lydia Hall from Wales and Noora Tamminen of Finland shot matching bogey-free rounds of five-under-par 67 on Wednesday to lead on the first day of the Qatar Ladies Open at Doha Golf Club. Read full article
Pace targets SA Women’s Open hat-trick
Lee-Anne Pace will be targeting an unprecedented record when the South African Women’s Open heads to the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast for a fifth successive year in early 2017. Read full article
Hull claims Tour Championship
Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn took LPGA Player of the Year honours and a $1 million bonus prize on Sunday while Britain's Charley Hull captured the season-ending Tour Championship with a 72-hole course record. Read full article
Hull grabs LPGA Tour Championship lead
Britain's Charley Hull, who has not won in more than two years, fired a six-under-par 66 to grab a one-stroke lead after Saturday's third round of the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship. Read full article
Ko roars into Tour Championship lead
World No 1 Lydia Ko fired a sensational course record 10-under-par 62 to power into a three-shot lead at the halfway stage of the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship on Friday. Read full article
Feng one shot clear at Tour Championship
Feng Shanshan of China produced a barnstorming finish to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the LPGA Tour Championship on Thursday with a six-under-par 66 in Florida. Read full article
Ko goes for three-peat at Tour Championship
Lydia Ko will be gunning for her third consecutive CME Globe title this week as the LPGA Tour season draws to a close with the 2016 Tour Championship. Read full article
Park set to link up with Creamer caddie
World number 10 Park Sung-hyun, the leading money winner on this year's KLPGA Tour, is set to link up with Paula Creamer's caddie Colin Cann when the Korean switches to the US LPGA Tour next season. Read full article
Ciganda claims second LPGA title
Carlota Ciganda parlayed a hot start to a four-under par 68 on Sunday and a two-shot triumph in the LPGA Lorena Ochoa Invitational, her second victory in two months. Read full article
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