• Piers Manktelow

LPGA, LET, and LET Access Series Previews & 4 to watch in each

Below we preview the events happening this week on the LPGA, the LET and on the LET Access Series. We also offer our 4 to watch in each and pick someone out whose odds seem a bit too good to be true.

Indy Women in Tech Championship

Date: 26/09/19


Course: Brickyard Crossing Golf Club

Prize Fund: €300,000

Yardage: 6,456

Defending Champion: Sung Hyun Park (South Korea) -23

Current Race to the Globe rankings

Sung Hyun Park (South Korea)

The defending champion this week after defeating Lizette Salas in a play-off Last year.

Park, has had 2 wins this year winning the Arkansas Championship and the Women’s World Championship at the beginning of the year. She has had 7 top 10's in her 16 starts on the LPGA.

At times this year Park has looked unstoppable but a bad round or a short missed putt just seems to set her back.

Not outside the top 20 in her last 7 starts and currently 4th in the race to the globe and 2nd in the world. 3rd this year for GIR with 76.69% she should go well again this week.

Brooke Henderson (Canada)

Brooke, has had 2 wins this year successfully defending the LOTTE Championship and winning the Meijer LPGA classic.

She has managed a very impressive 10 top 10s in her 21 starts this year and a 3rd and 4th in her last 2 starts. She was 7th here last year and 5th in 2017.

Currently 2nd on the race to the globe and 5th in the world rankings. 2nd this year with birdies and rounds in the 60s with 310 and 41 respectively.

Brittany Altomare (USA)

Brittany, has had 3 top 10;s in her 20 starts this year. She finished 3rd in her last event before a very successful Solheim Cup, where she won 2.5 points and beat Ewart Shadoff comfortably.

Her best finish this year was runner up at the Mejier Classic and she now sits 24th on the race to the globe and up to 32nd in the world. she is 4th with eagles made, with 10 this year.

Doesn’t have the best record at this event but playing really well at the moment, definitely one to watch this week.

Danielle Kang

Danielle, returns to action after playing in the Solheim Cup where she won a point for her team.

This year she has had 8 top 10’s in her 17 starts and was 13th in her last start at CP Open. She has 2 runner up spots this year and will look to put the disappointment of the Solheim Cup behind her with a strong finish.

Currently 16th in the world and 17th in the Race to the globe. 15th in GIR with 74.70 %

Prediction Game

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Estrella Damm Mediterranean Ladies Open