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LET Unveils 2010 Schedule with 27 tournaments in 20 Different Countries
ENGLAND, 14th Dec 2009 – Executive Director of the Ladies European Tour (LET), Alexandra Armas, today announced the tournament schedule for the 2010 season.

 

There are 27 events in 20 different countries, including four new stops in New Zealand, Morocco, Slovakia and China. Two additional events, in Turkey and Scotland, will return to the schedule after a one year absence.

This surpasses the 2009 season when there were 23 tournaments in 18 countries across the world.

The season will start with the inaugural Pegasus New Zealand Women’s Open hosted by Christchurch at Pegasus Golf Club from February 25-28. ...more

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The Road to the Ladies European Tour Begins for 166 Hopefuls

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Catriona Matthew named Ladies European Tour Players’ Player of the Year

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