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ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open

February TBC, Kooyonga GC, SA

Ha Na Jang
Ha Na Jang wins the 2017 ISPS Women's Australian Open.

Golf championships are only as great as the names that adorn the trophy. And while the history of the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open isn’t a long one, the names on the Patricia Bridges Bowl already speak volumes of the tournament’s elite standing in world golf.

No fewer than five world No.1 players have won the title in an event that regularly attracts most of the world’s top players. And since the move was made to play the event on Melbourne’s famous Sandbelt courses, the national championship has become one of the “must-have” titles on a champion’s resume.

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14 August 2017
The ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open will be held at the Kooyonga Golf Club ... more
11 August 2017
Australian golf’s grand matriarch, Patricia Bridges OBE, has passed away. She ... more
07 July 2017
World No. 1 So Yeon Ryu says she intends returning Down Under to play the ISPS ... more
27 February 2017
Record crowds witnessed the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open in Adelaide. more
22 February 2017
The 2018 Women’s Australian Open will be hosted by Adelaide’s Kooyonga Golf ... more
19 February 2017
If it’s not already, put the name Hye-jin Choi in your little black book of ... more
18 February 2017
American Lizette Salas will take a two-shot lead in the final round of the ISPS ... more
18 February 2017
There it was, a critical moment, and a $5 note blew across the tee. more
18 October 2017
Congratulations to this week’s winners, who each receive an Odyssey O-Works 2-Ball putter thanks to our friends at Callaway. Read more
18 October 2017
Entries now open for the Aust Am Champs presented by Swinging Skirts. Read more
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18 October 2017
BARNWELL PARK: Men: Stableford: J Yunker (25) 44. more
18 October 2017
ALEXANDRA: Men: Stroke White: P Vallance (7) 68. more
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