Honda LPGA Championship The LPGA moves to Pattaya, Thailand for the Honda LPGA Championship on the Siam course. I’ve played there, the course is short but beautiful and the clubhouse is palatial and the wine cellar the best I’ve seen, the girls will be pampered. The Old course, originally designed by Ichisuke Izumi in 1970, was redesigned in 2007
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Tenerife Open The European Tour starts the week at the Tenerife Open at the Golf Costa Adeja on the Island of Tenerife, the largest of the Canaries with a population of around one million people, nearly 50% of the island groups residents. The great beaches and local native culture and festive occasions draw tens of thousands of Western Europeans
Gran Canaria Lopesan Open The LPGA starts a day later on Friday, so I’ll add that tomorrow. The Euro Tour starts the ball rolling this week with the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open at Meloneras Golf, on the Canary Islands a Spanish outcrop which fortunately has sufficient dunes for 7 courses! The course designed by Ron Kirby was finished in
LPGA Lotte Championship LPGA comes back with the Lotte Championship at a new venue, Kapolei Golf course, Kapolei, Hawaii. The course this week plays between 6400 and 6700 yards. The Ted Robinson Design has a slope rating of 72.7 and a course rating of 134. Tournament starts Tomorrow On Betfair- Emma Talley-$930 Linnea Strom-$930 Celine Herbein-$600 Ashley Buhai-$400 Cydney
The US Masters, PGA Tour Masters week. The PGA tour returns to traditional time for the Masters, the spring course in firm fast condition completely different to the autumn version which more closely resembled darts. The Masters is traditionally won by players who have won in recent times, are in good form and play Augusta well. Rookies have won