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Sanya Ladies Open
Date: 22 – 24 Oct 2010
Venue: Yalong Bay Golf Club, Yalong Bay National Resort, Sanya City, Hainan Province, People’s Republic of China (P.R.C).
   
Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open
Date: 29 – 31 Oct 2010
Venue: Suzhou Taihu International Golf Club, Suzhou National Tourism & Vacation Zone, Jiangsu Province, People’s Republic of China (P.R.C).
   
Korean Ladies Masters
Date: 5 – 7 Nov 2010
Venue: Haevichi Country Club, Jeju, South Korea. .
   
Hero Honda Women’s Indian Open
Date: Thursday 11 – Saturday 13 November
Venue: DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurgaon, New Delhi, India..

 
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This week, the Ladies European Tour begins a four week stretch in Asia, with two stops in China, followed by tournaments in South Korea and India. Here, we preview what to look forward to in the coming month.

Sanya Ladies Open
 

Date: Fri 22 – Sun 24 October 2010
Venue: Yalong Bay Golf Club, Yalong Bay National Resort, Sanya City, Hainan Province, People’s Republic of China (P.R.C).
Prize fund: €200,000
Par: 36-36=72
Yardage: 6416 yards/5867 metres.
Format: 54 holes stroke play
Field: 108 – 45 LET, 22 LAGT, 35 CGA, 4 amateur invites, 2 sponsor invites
Cut: 60 professional players plus ties.

Sanya’s new international ladies’ pro golf tournament, the Sanya Ladies Open, takes place in Sanya City on Hainan Island, located on roughly the same latitude as the Hawai’ian islands, on the southern tip of China in the South China Sea. With an international field featuring players from at least 22 different countries, the likely contenders include South African Lee-Anne-Pace, England’s Melissa Reid, Trish Johnson and Florentyna Parker, Australian Karen Lunn, Solheim Cup players Becky Brewerton from Wales and Spain’s Tania Elosegui, as well as Thailand’s Pornanong Phatlum and Gulyanamitta Russamee. The tournament kicks off a five week swing of events across China, Korea, India and Dubai which, with over €1.4 million prize money on offer, offers a thrilling finish to the Ladies European Tour season and to the race to be crowned as Europe’s leading player on the Henderson Money List 2010.

 
 
 
Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open
 

Date: Fri 29 – Sun 31 October 2010
Venue: Suzhou Taihu International Golf Club, Suzhou National Tourism & Vacation Zone, Jiangsu Province, People’s Republic of China (P.R.C).
Prize fund: €200,000
Par: 36-36=72
Yardage: 6299 yards/5762 metres
Format: 54 holes stroke play
Field: 108 – 45 LET, 22 LAGT, 35 CGA, 4 amateur invites, 2 sponsor invites.
Cut: 60 professional players plus ties.
2009 champion: Bo-Mi Suh, 210 (-6), €30,000.
Victory margin: Defeated Gwladys Nocera by one stroke.
Tournament record: 203 (-13), Annika Sorenstam and Li Ying Ye, 2008.

Now in its third year on the LET schedule, the LET’s players are thrilled to be returning to the luxurious Suzhou Taihu International Golf Club for the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open. Last year, South Korean Bo-Mi Suh followed in the footsteps of the inaugural winner Annika Sorenstam, by securing victory at the majestic golf course near the city of Suzhou. The prestige will be enhanced even further for this year’s champion with such a high quality field of competitors. Those in the field include current European No.2 South African Lee-Anne Pace, with three wins on the LET this season, No.3, Melissa Reid from England, the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open champion, Trish Johnson, who is twice a winner this season, ABN AMRO Ladies Open champion Florentyna Parker and the Portugal Ladies Open winner, Australian Karen Lunn.

 
 
 
Korean Ladies Masters
 

Date: Friday 5 – Sunday 7 November
Venue: Haevichi Country Club, Jeju, South Korea.
Prize fund: €255,675
Par: 36-36=72
Yardage: 6450 yards/ 5896 metres
Format: 54 holes Strokeplay
Field: 102 – 45 LET, 50 KLPGA, 7 Sponsor Invites
Cut: 60 professional players plus ties.
2009 champion: Hyun-Ji Kim, 215 (-1), €40,026.
Victory margin: Defeated So Yeon Ryu at the second play-off hole with a birdie 4.
Tournament record: 202 (-14), Hee-Kyung Seo, 2008.

After a thrilling finish to the 2009 tournament, where three Korean players battled it out for the honours in a play-off, Hyun-Ji Kim returns to Jeju Island hoping to defend her title on a different golf course. Last year, the players stayed at the Haevichi Hotel & Resort, so returning competitors should feel comfortable at the new venue. A very similar cast of Ladies European Tour players will be heading across from China, with the addition of European No.1 Laura Davies of England. The players will compete alongside a strong contingent from the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association, which has produced the winner in both editions so far.

 
 
 
Hero Honda Women’s Indian Open
 

Date: Thursday 11 – Saturday 13 November
Venue: DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurgaon, New Delhi, India.
Prize fund: €225,000.
Cut: 60 professional players plus ties.

Women’s professional golf in India is set to touch a new high with the addition of the Hero Honda Women’s Indian Open to the 2010 LET schedule. The tournament, which has been signed for three years, through until 2012, carries a purse of €225,000, the highest ever for women’s professional golf in India and the field features a galaxy of stars including England’s Laura Davies, South African Lee-Anne Pace, Swedes Helen Alfredsson and Linda Wessberg, Norway’s Marianne Skarpnord and India’s own Smriti Mehra. As if the tournament wasn’t exciting enough, the Promoter has planned a trip to Agra for the players who are keen to visit the Taj Mahal on Sunday 14 November. Following the tournament there will be a three week break before the end-of-season climax at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, from December 9-11, at Emirates Golf Club in the U.A.E.

 
 
 

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