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Golf Australia is thrilled to announce the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open will be played in Adelaide for the next three years. GA chief executive Stephen Pitt said the extension had been signed with the South Australian Government on the eve of the 2018 national championship to make Adelaide the tournament’s home until at least 2021.
Venues for the next three championships are yet to be finalised. “We are incredibly excited to renew for another three years in South Australia,” Pitt said. “The event has really found a home in Adelaide in the previous two years and we expect another sensational tournament at Kooyonga this week.
“We experienced record crowds and television ratings moving to Adelaide in 2016 at The Grange and that upward trend continued at Royal Adelaide last year as the word spread around the LPGA Tour and rest of the golfing world about the many beauties South Australia offers, both on and off course.
“The tournament is extremely important to us in many respects. One of the key planks in Golf Australia’s ongoing strategic focus is to increase female participation in golf, and successfully staging the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open is crucial to its success.
“So it’s fantastic to have a government that is so supportive of women’s golf as part of its commitment more generally to world-class women’s sport, and grass-roots participation, in South Australia.” Pitt said the partnership between South Australia and the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open delivered,
The LPGA Tour begins its first international swing with Australia, Thailand and Singapore the next three weeks before starting its domestic schedule in Arizona. … Jang won last year with three birdies and an eagle over the final six holes. … The field features 10 of the top 25 from the world ranking, including So Yeon Ryu, Ariya Jutanugarn, Brooke Henderson and Lydia Ko. … Ko begins her season with more changes. Her caddie is Jonny Scott, who used to work for Laura Davies.