will enjoy dinner in the evening on both days of the Pro-Am with
visiting professional players -a rare chance to get to know the
golfers on the Ladies European Tour."
Round-Turner added that each of the 12 professionals will be
pairing with three amateurs.
"We have a restricted field on both days of 36 amateur
golfers so please book your place as soon as possible to avoid
missing out," said Round-Turner.
Other ladies pro expected in the country in late January
include Marita Engzellius from England, Noemi Jimenez Martin
from Spain, Inci Mehmet and Florentyna Parker both from England
and Camilla Lennarth from Sweden.
Camilla earned her first victory in June of 2014 when the
Ladies European Tour visited Slovakia.
The 2019 Ladies European Tour season opened early with the
Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open at the stunning Saadiyat Beach
Golf Club in Abu Dhabi, on January 10-12.
The Ladies European Tour heads Down Under joining the
Australian Ladies Professional Golf tour for three consecutive
events next month.
The swing tees off with the Australian Ladies Classic –
Bonville, at the magnificent Bonville Golf Resort, on 20-24
February, followed by the ActewAGL Canberra Classic at Royal
Canberra Golf Club on 1-3 March and then the Women’s New South
Wales Open, at Queanbeyan Golf Club, on 8-10 March, where rising
English star Meghan MacLaren will defend her crown on a new