Ashleigh Buhai wrote her name in the record books of the Investec South African Women’s Open once again, thanks to a two-stroke victory at Westlake Golf Club in Cape Town on Saturday.
First-round leader Ashleigh Buhai shot a second round 71 to head into Saturday chasing Germany’s Karolin Lampert by one at the Investec South African Women’s Open in Cape Town.
South Africa’s Lee-Anne Pace held her nerve to force a playoff and then win it at the Cape Town Ladies Open on Thursday.
Ivanna Samu must have experienced a few flashbacks as she powered her way to a six-under-par 68 lead in the opening round of the Cape Town Ladies Open on Tuesday.
Ashleigh Buhai completed a commanding wire-to-wire victory and collected her eighth Sunshine Ladies Tour trophy with a five-shot winning margin in the Joburg Ladies Open at Modderfontein Golf Club on Friday.
In-Kyung Kim won the Ricoh Women’s British Open for her first major title at Kingsbarns Golf Links near St Andrews on Sunday, but it was far from the procession that many had predicted.
In-Kyung Kim was unshakeable as she made six birdies in a third round of 66 at Kingsbarns to post a third-round total of 17-under-par, the lowest in the history of the Ricoh Women’s British Open since it became a Major.
Playing through torrential rain, In-Kyung Kim returned a second round of 68 on Friday evening to take a two-stroke lead in the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
Michelle Wie holds the day one lead at Kingsbarns Golf Links after she posted an eight-under 64, and set a new women’s course record at the Women’s British Open.