Latest News from the Ladies European Tour
Meghan successfully defends her title down under.
March 11, 2019
Meghan MacLaren has won the NSW open on the LET Tour to claim the 2nd LET win of her career. The first having come at this event last year. Meghan, who won the LET Access Series in 2017 has really taken to life on the LET Tour, and these two wins show that her career is progressing in the right direction.
Anne Van Dam makes it 4 LET wins!
March 04, 2019
Anne Van Dam has won the ActewAGL Canberra Classic by 3 shots from Katja Pogacar. Van Dam blew the field away finishing eagle, birdie, par, birdie to win her 4th LET title. This is Van Dam's 3rd title in 6 months after winning 2 tournaments back to back at the end of last year.
ANNE VAN DAM SEALS SPANISH DOUBLE
November 25, 2018
Anne Van Dam from the Netherlands successfully wrapped up 2018 on the Ladies European Tour by claiming her second victory on Spanish soil this season at the Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España Femenino.
The powerful hitter, who won the Estrella Damm Mediterranean Ladies Open in Sitges two months ago, fired rounds of 68, 67, 66 and 70 for a total of 13-under-par at La Quinta Golf Resort in Benahavís, Marbella.
The 23-year-old from Arnhem had been in possession of a three-stroke lead when darkness forced play to be suspended overnight.
Anne Van Dam romps to victory in Spain
September 22, 2018
Anne Van Dam delivered on her enormous potential as she romped to an eight-shot victory in the Estrella Damm Mediterranean Ladies Open in Spain on Sunday.
The Dutchwoman earned a new nickname – ‘Estrella Van Dam’ – after a dominant performance at Club de Golf Terramar, set against the stunning backdrop of the sparkling Mediterranean Sea.
The 22-year-old from Arnhem completed rounds of 64, 64, 65 and 65 for a 26-under-par total of 258 to claim her second Ladies European Tour title.
GEORGIA HALL WINS RICOH WOMEN’S BRITISH OPEN
August 04, 2018
Georgia Hall has secured her first major title in the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Royal Lytham and St Annes Golf Club.
She becomes the fifth British winner of a women’s Major, following Laura Davies (four), Alison Nicholas (one), Karen Stupples (one) and Catriona Matthew (one): an incredible achievement