KT Kim will be disappointed when he looks back on his 2017 season, but finishing the year of with a 2nd and T-5th will u undoubtedly give him some confidence … Continue Reading JGTO: Late Positives For KT After A Disappointing Year
It was a smart move made by the organizers to play the traditional final day Singles Matches on Saturday, with the top two Tours facing off in four Foursomes on … Continue Reading KLPGA Team Dominate, But Finish Runners Up
A missed putt from a few feet on the 72nd hole cost KT Kim dearly at last year’s JT Cup. As he waited for the final group behind him to … Continue Reading JGTO: KT Seeking Revenge At Season Finale JT Cup
The “off season” is yet to begin for nine of the top Korean ladies, who will defend their crown at The Queens this week in Japan. Captained by Ha Neul … Continue Reading Strong KLPGA Team Aim To Be The Queens Again
The KLPGA Tour ladies proved to be the superior team against their LPGA Tour counterparts, in an enthralling battle over three days. Blue One Resort in Gyeongju was the venue, … Continue Reading Third Time Lucky For The KLPGA At ING Champs
Seungsu Steve Han is arguably the most deserved winner on this year’s Japan Tour. Why? Well having 3 × runner ups, 2 x 3rds and 3 × top 10s, nobody … Continue Reading JGTO: Han The Man In Japan, At Last…
Rookie of the Year Min Young Lee will be very pleased when she looks back on her debut season in Japan. She may feel a little disappointed, having come so … Continue Reading A Season To Remember For Min Young And Sky
The weather might be at freezing point here in Korea, but that will not deter the fans from attending the third edition of ING Champions Trophy. On paper, the LPGA … Continue Reading Three In A Row For The LPGA Tour Ladies?
There’s no doubting that this week’s Casio World Open is Jung Gon Hwang’s favourite tournament. A former champion will always be happy to return to the place where he won … Continue Reading JGTO: Hat Trick Hunt For Hwang At The Casio World Open?
Defending champion Ha Neul Kim will have her work cut out to claim consecutive wins at the JLPGA Tour Championship Ricoh Cup – the final tournament of a highly competitive … Continue Reading JLPGA: Sky Defends At Highly Anticipated Finale
It’s not every week you finish nine shots behind the winner to claim runner up spot, this was the case for Sanghee Lee, who has notched up two second place … Continue Reading JGTO: Second For Sanghee, As Koepka Cruises To Victory
It only featured ten KLPGA players, in blustery, cold winter weather, with a ‘mere’ 50 Million Korean Won for the winner, but the 2018 LF Point Championship will be remembered … Continue Reading KLPGA: First Professional Title For Hye Jin Choi
Jiyai Shin is just one short of a half century of professional wins, after claiming at two shot victory at the Elle Air Ladies Tournament. This was Shin’s second title … Continue Reading JLPGA: Congrats On Your 49th Professional Win Jiyai Shin
With just two tournaments left to play on the JLPGA Tour, Ha Neul Kim is still clinging onto top spot on the Mercedes Rankings table. The race is realistically down … Continue Reading JLPGA: Two To Go As Sky Aims To Retain Top Spot
The KLPGA Tour season came to an end last week at the ADT CAPS Championship, but for ten ladies, there is still the matter of the LF Points Championship, with … Continue Reading KLPGA: Not Done Yet! Roll On The LF Championship
Defending champion and current U.S. Open title holder Brooks Koepka is back in Japan this week, seeking back to back victories at the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament. It’s not just Koepka … Continue Reading JGTO: Strong Field Set For Dunlop Phoenix