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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 319
WORDS: MICHAEL JONES THE ISPS HANDA WOMEN’S AUSTRALIAN OPEN HAS ONCE AGAIN ATTRACTED SOME OF THE GAME’S BIGGEST NAMES AS THE LPGA TOUR RETURNS TO ADELAIDE. HERE’S EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE THE BATTLE FOR THE PATRICIA BRIDGES BOWL GETS UNDERWAY AT THE GRANGE GOLF CLUB THIS WEEK. COVER The LPGA Tour moves from Barwon Heads to Adelaide this week, where some of the world’s best players will compete for the Patricia Bridges Bowl at the Women’s Australian Open. Amongst those travelling to The Grange will be defending champion Jin Young Ko – who won the 2018 title in her first start as a member of the LPGA Tour – and a host of Aussie hopefuls looking to become the first home-grown player to win their national Open since Karrie Webb emerged victorious in 2014. But standing in their way will be drawcards like World No.1 Ariya Jutanugarn, former champions Lydia Ko and Haru Nomura, the major- winning Georgia Hall and Pernilla Lindberg, plus a host of promising up- and-comers.
GA Express 318