LET rebuild impacts women’s game

Good start: First round leaders in the Aramo Team Series Singapore tournament at Laguna National Golf Resort Club, Team Young (from left) Elaine Widjaja, Anne-Charlotte Mora, Liz Young and Gabriella Cowley. — LET

WOMEN’S golf has grown steadily over the years, but more recently, its prominence in world sport has really shot up.

The telling contributing factors to this are as many as they are varied. But perhaps among the more key components has been the manner in which the ladies’ game has presented itself.

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