ISPS Handa Order of Merit
The 2013 Deloitte Ladies Open champion from Lincolnshire will be making her first appearance in the World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills Resort Haikou next week representing England alongside Hannah Burke and is also looking to build on her solid start to 2014.
Mission Hills Haikou holds fond memories for Danielle Montgomery who has played at the stunning venue several times. Not only has she twice played in the World Ladies Championship, but she also appeared in the Celebrity Cup and was voted the Best Dressed Player at the WLC in 2012.
Asia and Europe’s top players will give next week’s World Ladies Championship build-up a fresh edge by going head to head in a friendly team competition.
The prodigiously talented 18-year-old from Bangkok made her comeback at the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open and will be one of the star players in next week’s World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills Resort Haikou, where she tied for 12th place last year.
Second-year LET member Xi Yu Lin from Guangzhou turns 18 today but despite her tender years she has the resume of a veteran. She will be one to watch at the Mission Hills World Ladies Championship in Haikou.
The 25-year-old second year LET member from Guangzhou is looking forward to next week’s Mission Hills World Ladies Championship in Haikou, where she tied for 40th place in the individual stroke play event last year.
The next Ladies European Tour event is the Mission Hills World Ladies Championship in China, which will be held on the challenging Blackstone Course at Mission Hills Haikou, on the paradise island of Hainan, from 6-9 March.
Karrie Webb gave her fellow Aussies something to cheer about during Sunday’s final round as as she overcome a 5-stroke deficit to claim the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. Despite the significant ground to overcome, Webb took full advantage of the windy conditions at The Victoria Golf Club to fire a 4-under 68 that included six birdies and two bogeys.
Western Australian amateur Minjee Lee, 17, will tee up with Korean Chella Choi in the final group at the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open at Victoria Golf Club on Sunday.