Ladies European Tour (LET)

Golf’s Ladies European Tour will increase its number of tournaments and prize fund in 2022 following a schedule this year that was still affected by cancellations as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 2022 Scandinavian Mixed Hosted by Henrik and Annika will be held at Sweden’s Halmstad Golf Club on June 9-12 next year, organisers have announced.

UK pay television broadcaster Sky Sports has secured a three-year extension to its media rights deals for the Ladies Professional Golf Association and the Ladies European Tour

The IMG agency has been appointed as the delivery partner for the European editions of golf’s Solheim Cup in a long-term deal that will initially run until the end of 2038.

Golf’s Ladies European Tour (LET) has signed up golf equipment brand Titleist to its sponsorship portfolio.

Golf’s Ladies European Tour (LET) has unveiled a record-breaking 2021 schedule featuring 27 events in 19 different countries, nine new tournaments and an increased prize fund of more than €19m ($23m).

Saudi Arabia has further enhanced its backing of women’s golf by agreeing a deal with the Ladies European Tour (LET) to establish a new series of four tournaments, title sponsored by state-owned energy c…

John Deere has further enhanced its presence within women's golf by striking three-year commercial deals with both the Ladies Professional Golf Association and Ladies European Tour

Golf's Solheim Cup will move to even years starting in 2024 to ensure it does not clash with the Ryder Cup, which recently moved to an odd-year schedule

Women’s golf tournament the 2023 Solheim Cup will be hosted in the Andalusia region of Spain, it was announced today (Tuesday).

Saudi Arabia will host its first professional women’s golf events in November under an agreement with the Ladies European Tour (LET) that will establish its second-highest paid non-major.

Golf will no longer feature in the 2022 multi-sport European Championships in Munich after the European Tour and Ladies European Tour opted to withdraw from the event because of scheduling issues

The Ladies European Tour (LET) has revealed that members will play for a combined prize fund of €18m in 2020 following the tour’s merger with the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) – an incre…

Alexandra Armas has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Ladies European Tour as the women’s golf body continues its restructure in the wake of its recent merger with the LPGA.

The R&A and the men’s European Tour have both confirmed that they will support the newly-formed joint-venture between the Ladies Professional Golf Association and the Ladies European Tour.

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and the Ladies European Tour (LET) have agreed to unite in a joint-venture partnership after LET players voted their support for the merger at their Annual …

Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) commissioner Mike Whan is flying to Spain in an attempt to close the deal on a merger with the Ladies European Tour (LET) this week