Rolex Rankings moves of the week

The third stop of the LPGA Asian Swing finished with emotions and excitement to the fullest. Carlota Ciganda edged Alison Lee during the first playoff hole to take the 2016 LPGA KEB-Hana Bank Championship title. This was Ciganda’s first LPGA victory, with which she became the eighth Rolex First-Time Winner so far this season. With her victory the Spaniard made the most significant leap of … Continue reading Rolex Rankings moves of the week

Women’s golf and it’s historic return to the Olympics

After more than a century of absence women’s golf is ready to make it’s return to the Olympics Games. The 31st edition of the Summer Olympics will mark golf’s reappearance to the Games and will have Rio de Janeiro as its picturesque host. The competition will tee off August 11th for the men and August 17th for the women. The women’s last appearance at an … Continue reading Women’s golf and it’s historic return to the Olympics

Tradition and prestige at the Women’s British Open

The majority of the LPGA players had a week-off to prep for the fourth major of the season as the second edition of the UL International Crown was held at Merit Club just outside Chicago, Illinois, last week. This week the Tour will travel to England and will make their way to Milton Keynes, home of the 2016 Ricoh Women’s British Open. The 40th edition of the championship … Continue reading Tradition and prestige at the Women’s British Open

Class stage for the world’s very best

The third major of the year for the LPGA is up ahead on the calendar. After traveling around North America and Asia tour professionals will play one of the most prestigious events of the season, the U.S. Women’s Open. The 71st edition of the tournament will be held July 7th thru 10th at the CordeValle Golf Resort in San Martin, California. The event is the … Continue reading Class stage for the world’s very best

LPGA and PGA Tour players comment on the partnership

After the tours announced their formal partnership social media went crazy with questions about how the alliance would work, possible positive outcomes and questions about if joint events would take place. Only hours after the statement LPGA and PGA Tour professionals were able to answer questions about what the association between both tours could generate for the growth of golf in general. The world No. … Continue reading LPGA and PGA Tour players comment on the partnership

European Tour and Ladies European Tour, one step ahead

The European Tour and the Ladies European Tour announced last fall that they would be hosting joint events during the month of May 2016 at Royal Golf Dar Es in Morocco. The women playing the Lalla Meryem Cup on the Blue Course while the men compete for the Trophee Hassan II on the Red Course. The future of both tournaments has been guaranteed till 2018 … Continue reading European Tour and Ladies European Tour, one step ahead

Joint events: a sizable possibility

The PGA Tour and LPGA have already worked together on events that have had great success. A great example of this would be the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open, where they worked in partnership with the United States Golf Association (USGA) to play back-to-back weeks with men. The men’s tour played first at Pinehurst No. 2 therefore LPGA players were able to follow the event and … Continue reading Joint events: a sizable possibility