Ladies European Tour (LET)
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Golf’s Ladies European Tour (LET) will end its 2019 season in Kenya after agreeing a deal to stage a new tournament in the East African country.
Golf’s Ladies European Tour (LET) has commenced a search for a new chief executive after announcing that Mark Lichtenhein will step down from the position.
Ladies tournament golf will return to Ireland for the first time since 2012 with the announcement that a new Ladies European Tour (LET) event will be staged alongside the established men’s NI Open next y…
Hosting rights for the 2019 and 2020 editions of the Women’s British Open golf major have been assigned to Woburn Golf Club and Royal Troon, respectively.