The LET season rolls along as if the rest of the world doesn't exist. Next week, they play for $1,000,000 USD in Saudi sewer money. They're off in April and play France, Spain and Belgium in May.
This one runs March 12-14 ... first round leaders:
Pos Player Name Nat. Par Score 1 Olivia Cowan (GER) GER -3 69 1 Nicole Garcia (RSA) RSA -3 69 1 Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso (ITA) ITA -3 69 1 Emma Nilsson (SWE) SWE -3 69 5 Laura Fuenfstueck (GER) GER -2 70 5 Pasqualle Coffa (NED) NED -2 70 5 Ashleigh Buhai (RSA) RSA -2 70 5 Monique Smit (RSA) RSA -2 70 5 Kelsey Macdonald (SCO) SCO -2 70 5 Rachel Rossel (SUI) SUI -2 70 5 Alice Hewson (ENG) ENG -2 70
Kelsey MacDonald has iridescent blue eyes.
Q: How many Korean pros on Planet Earth will have four starts by the end of March?
A: Very few I think, but one of them will be Eunjung Ji. She bombed out in her two LET Aussie starts last month and will play the Saudi next week. She opened with a 73 (+1) in S. Africa and is T-29. Assuming it's the same person, the KLPGA website says she turned 21 last September ... played the Jump tour in 2018 and the Dream tour in 2019.
No TV for this one, but GC is live streaming all 4 rounds for next week's Saudi event. By then, the self-quarantined hordes will be desperate to watch sports -- ANY sports -- on TV...even LET golf. I expect it will get huge ratings. Heck, instead of streaming it, GC should just air it live on Golf Channel instead of the millionth showing of Tin Cup.
Leticia Ras-Anderica made the cut on the number, +6. She's gaming Wilson gear this year and played Honma last year. At the 2018 ShopRite/Acer, she had Ryoma woods ... not sure of the irons, maybe Epon.