Women’s game still tops the lot

  • Golf
  • Sunday, 26 Nov 2023

Thailand’s Jasmine Suwannapura (centre) and Thitikul (left), and Frenchwoman Boutier in Kuala Lumpur. — AP

THE LPGA Tour season came to an end last weekend, and while most will take a well-deserved break from the game, some have already turned their attention to the new campaign.

There were loads of new developments that came through the week at the CME Group Tour Championship, though, not least that the marquee event will have its prize money increased to US$11mil with the winner taking home US$4mil. That’s double what Amy Yang won last Sunday.

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