Amateur Cheng Ssu-Chia, 17, wins Xiamen Open
Top Chinese Taipei amateur Cheng Ssu-Chia, 17, won the inaugural Xiamen Open on her Ladies European Tour debut when she fired a final round 68 in hot and sunny conditions at Orient (Xiamen) Golf and

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One shot lead for Julieta Granada in Florida
Julieta Granada will take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the LPGA CME Group Tour Championship in Florida. The Paraguayan, who is a one-time winner on Tour, posted a third round 70 to

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Granada, Ciganda share CME Group Tour Championship lead
Spain's Carlota Ciganda moved into a share of the lead at the LPGA season-ending CME Group Tour Championship in Florida. Ciganda carded a second-round 67 at the Tiburon Golf Club in Naples to reach

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Three share the lead at the  Xiamen Open
Belgium’s Chloe Leurquin, South African Connie Chen and Chinese-Taipei amateur Cheng Ssu-Chia share a one-shot lead on six under par going into Sunday’s Xiamen Open final round at Orient Golf and

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Ladiesontour with Nienke Nijenhuis at the Welsh Open

 

My interest in Ladies Golf started when I attended the Ladies English Open at Chart Hills Golf Club in Kent. Not ever seeing a Ladies Event I was surprised that the players didn't have caddies! I followed one of the players, pulling her trolley, she seemed so alone that she was christened "lonely girl" Following the event I joined the forum on the LET website and got chatting to players, caddies and a chap called Steve Homer.

The following year I was again at Chart Hills but this time I was a caddie thanks to Steve. It was great fun and I met some wonderful people, players, caddies and some of the LET staff. I went on to caddie again at Chart Hills until the final Ladies English Open and also caddied in Holland and Wales.

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