womens british open

Women's British Open prize money up 40 percent

Women's British Open prize money up 40 percent

Prize money for the Women's British Open will increase 40 percent to a total purse of US$4.5 million (AU$6.4 million), tournament organisers say. 9 Jul 2019
Aussies upbeat after Women’s Amateur Asia Pacific

Aussies upbeat after Women’s Amateur Asia Pacific

Japan’s Yuka Yasuda secured an emphatic victory at the Women’s Amateur Asia Pacific, leaving the field in her wake at The Royal Golf Club in Japan. 29 Apr 2019
Minjee falters as Hall claims British Open

Minjee falters as Hall claims British Open

A disappointing final round three-over-par 75 cruelled Minjee Lee's chances of a first major title as Georgia Hall broke her maiden duck on Tour with victory at the Women's British Open. 6 Aug 2018
Minjee Lee leading Women's British Open

Minjee Lee leading Women's British Open

Minjee Lee has taken a one-stroke lead at the Women's British Open after chalking up a seven-under-par 65 in her opening round at Royal Lytham & St Annes. 3 Aug 2018
Minjee Lee primed for British Open tilt

Minjee Lee primed for British Open tilt

It's time to start taking serious notice of Minjee Lee. 2 Aug 2018
Su Oh: It all starts with a ‘W’

Su Oh: It all starts with a ‘W’

A win in this week’s Women’s British Open would be a life-changer for young Victorian Su Oh. Here, she reflects on what winning might mean and her journey so far as a professional golfer. 1 Aug 2018
LPGA TOUR: Major redemption for Kim

LPGA TOUR: Major redemption for Kim

South Korea’s In-Kyung Kim exorcised her major championship demons overnight, claiming her maiden major victory at the Ricoh Women’s British Open. 7 Aug 2017
GA Express #252: Firing up at Firestone

GA Express #252: Firing up at Firestone

Finding a winner for this year’s WGC-Bridgestone Invitational might be harder than winning the event itself. Providing the perfect launch pad to next week’s final major, here are 12 players who need to fire up at Firestone. 1 Aug 2017
WOMEN’S OPEN: Jutanugarn makes history

WOMEN’S OPEN: Jutanugarn makes history

Ariya Jutanugarn has made history by becoming the first Thai player – male or female – to win a major championship with her three stroke victory in the Ricoh Women’s British Open. 1 Aug 2016