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Latest European Tour 2022 schedule: Dates, venues and tournaments for record-breaking season

Ladies European Tour members will compete for a minimum of €24.5 million across 31 tournament, in 21 countries, during an expanded 2022 schedule; Aramco Team Series will feature five events on next year's calendar.

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A look at the dates, venues and tournament schedule for the 2022 Ladies European Tour season.

Correct as of schedule announcement on December 23:

February 10-13 - Magical Kenya Ladies Open, Vipingo Ridge, Vipingo

March 17-19 - Aramco Team Series - Asia - Venue TBC

March 24-26 - Joburg Ladies Open - Venue TBC

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March 30-April 2 - Investec South African Women's Open - Steenberg Golf Club, Cape Town

A quick look at all the places we'll be playing at in 2022 ⛳ 3️⃣ 1️⃣ Events 2️⃣ 1️⃣ Countries Where are you most looking forward to? #RaiseOurGame pic.twitter.com/broZOizo2H — Ladies European Tour (@LETgolf) December 23, 2021

April 21-24 - Australian Ladies Classic Bonville - Bonville Golf Resort, NSW, Australia

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April 28-May 1 - Women's NSW Open - Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club, NSW, Australia

May 5-8 - Madrid Ladies Open - Venue TBC

May 19-21 - Jabra Ladies Open - Evian Resort Golf Club, Evian-les-Bains, France

May 27-29 - The Mithra Belgian Ladies Open - Naxhelet Golf Club, Wanze, Belgium

June 9-12 - Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Henrik and Annika - Halmstad Golf Club, Sweden

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June 16-18 - Aramco Team Series - London - Centurion Club, St Albans

June 24-26 - Tipsport Czech Ladies Open - Beroun Golf Club, Prague, Czech Republic

June 30-July 3 - European event TBC

July 14-17 - Big Green Egg Open - Rosendaelsche Golf Club, Arnhem

July 21-24 - Amundi Evian Championship - Evian Resort Golf Club, Evian-les-Bains, France

July 28-31 - Trust Golf Women's Scottish Open - Dundonald Links, Irvine, Scotland

August 4-7 - AIG Women's Open - Muirfield, Gullane, Scotland

August 11-14 - ISPS Handa World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf Management - Galgorm Castle & Massereene Golf Clubs, Antrim, Northern Ireland

August 18-20 - Aramco Team Series - Sotogrande - La Reserva Club De Sotogrande, Spain

August 25-28 - Skafto Open - Skaftö Golf Club, Fiskebäckskil, Sweden

September 1-3 - Åland 100 Ladies Open - Ålands Golf Club, Kastelholm, Finland

SCHEDULE NEWS 📅 2022 kicks off in Kenya, before a return to Australia, the @aramco_series in New York, and five events in Asia There are a further 20 events in Europe, including @EvianChamp , @AIGWomensOpen and the #RaceToCostaDelSol finale at @Openfemenino #RaiseOurGame — Ladies European Tour (@LETgolf) December 23, 2021

September 8-10 - VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open - Golfpark Holzhäusern, Ennetsee, Switzerland

September 15-17 - Lacoste Ladies Open de France - Golf Barriere, Deauville, France

September 22-25 - Women's Irish Open - Venue TBC

September 29-October 2 - Estrella Damm Ladies Open presented by Catalunya - Club de Golf Terramar, Sitges, Barcelona

October 13-15 - Aramco Team Series - New York - Venue TBC

Europe's Charley Hull watches her tee shot on the ninth hole during the foursome matches at the Solheim Cup golf tournament, Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021, in Toledo, Ohio. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio).

October 20-23 - Hero Women's Indian Open - DLF Golf and Country Club, Gurgaon

October 26-28 - Dubai Moonlight Classic - Emirates Golf Club - Faldo Course, Dubai, UAE

November 3-6 - Aramco Saudi Ladies International - Royal Greens G&CC, King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia

November 9-11 - Aramco Team Series - Jeddah - Royal Greens G&CC, King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia

November 24-27 - Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de Espana - Venue TBC

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Amy yang captures elusive major victory at kpmg women’s pga championship.

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SAMMAMISH, Wash. – Amy Yang won as an amateur on the Ladies European Tour when she was 16 years old, which was a long, long time ago. She still plays on the LPGA into her mid-30s for one main reason: She wants to stand on the 18th green after winning a major championship. She can almost see it.

She may never get a better opportunity than this week’s KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Sahalee Country Club, where three days of steady play have given the 34-year-old Yang a two-shot cushion heading into Sunday’s final round.

Yang, a five-time LPGA champion from Korea and the winner of the season-ending CME Group Tour Championsip in 2023, moved to 7-under 209 after a third-round 71 on Saturday. She will have an interesting cast trying to catch her in the final round at Sahalee, a venue that has proven both true and punishing to the best female players in golf.

Playing alongside Yang on Sunday will be two players seeking to win their first LPGA title of any kind, let alone a major championship, in Japan’s Miyu Yamashita (70), an 11-time winner in Japan, and Kentuckian Lauren Hartlage, who displayed quiet confidence in shooting 69 Saturday.

Sarah Schmelzel, who took a share of the lead with Yang into the weekend, shot 74, but still has a shot on Sunday, starting just three shots back. She will have to take better advantage of having short clubs into the greens at Sahalee. A group at 3-under 213 features five players, three of whom have won majors before.

Korea’s Jin Young Ko (73) and Americans Lexi Thompson (73) and Lilia Vu (68) all know what it takes to win a major; Japan’s Hinako Shibuno (73) and Washington native Caroline Inglis, looking to improve upon her previous top LPGA finish (T-10), sure would like to find out.

As would Yang, no doubt. She has been thinking about winning majors since she was a little girl inspired by the accomplishments of trailblazer Se Ri Pak, a fellow Korean who started winning majors and did not stop until she was in the World Golf Hall of Fame.

“I dreamed about playing here because of them,” Yang said. “I work hard for this. It’ll mean a lot, but we still got 18 more holes out there, and that’s a lot of golf left for major championship.”

Yang, who went bogey-free on Friday, shooting 68, had a more tumultuous walk on Saturday while playing in the final group, but weathered the storm better than most. She scrambled for a terrific par from under Sahalee’s tall trees left of the par-4 7th, bogeyed the 8th, and answered with a birdie at the difficult 168-yard 9th, where her tee shot settled 8 feet from the hole.

She birdied the par-5 11th, and at 17, another par-3 hole, bounced back strongly again after making bogey, this time making birdie from 36 feet. A bonus. She leads the field in several key statistical categories, including Strokes Gained: Tee to Green (+3.98), Scrambling (86.7 percent) and Strokes Gained: Around the Green (+1.93). On a course where bogeys lurk everywhere, Yang has made just three in as many rounds.

She said as the holes are dwindling down toward the finish, she continues to get nervous. But she will deal with it.

“I try not to think about it, but it does get into my head, and I get nervous, really nervous out there,” Yang said. “It’s nothing I can do but just embrace it. Embrace the feeling and just enjoy being out there.”

The Americans that will try to make up the difference on Sunday against Yang all have taken interesting paths to get there. Vu, 26, won two majors a year ago, and is just returning after two months off due to a back injury. In her return to tournament golf a week ago in Michigan, she won. At Sahalee this week, she has added to her repertoire, shaping shots both ways around trees and corners instead of sticking to her regular “push draw.”

“I think my goal was to get better every single day this week,” said Vu, ranked second in the Rolex Rankings. “I know it’s really demanding. You can’t ask for too much at a major.”

Thompson, 29, announced at the U.S. Women’s Open that this season will be her final one as a competitor. She found something in her game a week ago at the Meijer LPGA, where she lost in a playoff, and continues to play with freedom. She has won one major, the 2014 Kraft Nabisco Championship (now Chevron Championship).

She made four bogeys in Saturday’s 73, but kept fighting to give herself a chance on Sunday.

“It's a great golf course,” Thompson said. “It's definitely a challenge, and that's how a major should be. You just have to stay patient knowing it's going to happen, and hopefully make the birdies when you do have the opportunities.”

Hartlage, 26, likely is the biggest unknown among the contenders. She earned an LPGA card for 2022 through the Q-Series and has gone back to regain it after each of her first two seasons. But she is learning all the time, and this week she’s been able to keep her tee shots in play, producing scoring opportunities.

“Yeah, I'm super excited,” she said regarding Sunday. “I've never been in this position before and this is something that I dreamed about growing up as a kid.”

Her coach, Grant Waite, is a former PGA Tour player who competed in the 1998 PGA Championship at Sahalee. He said Hartlage is a hard worker who is progressing quite nicely.

Will the moment be too big for her? Waite has no doubt she has everything she will need to meet it.

“Anyone who shoots 63 in the final round of a Qualifying School tells me that they can play under pressure,” Waite said. “This is pressure, yes. But when your whole livelihood is on the line in one round, and you go out and shoot something like that to pass others and get your card, it tells me that she can rise to the occasion.

“Now, I’m not saying that she is going to win ... but I know that it’s in her.”

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'Complete hitter': Kwan joins in on Guardians' power fest

Mandy Bell

CLEVELAND -- It’s been a long, grueling wait, but Steven Kwan ’s slump may finally be behind him. You know, the 0-for-4 slump that he endured for two hours on Friday night before logging two extra-base hits on Saturday afternoon at Progressive Field.

Yes, Kwan’s performance brought his average up to .390, allowing the dreams of eclipsing the coveted .400 threshold to remain. But his solo homer in the Guardians’ 6-3 victory over the Blue Jays also pivoted the attention away from his ability to simply get on base and shined a brighter light on his sudden outburst of power.

That outburst didn't start or end with Kwan in the series-clinching victory, though. He was one of four Guardians to hit a home run, joining Bo Naylor, José Ramírez and Daniel Schneemann as Cleveland tallied all six of its runs via the long ball.

It was a great way to start a new hitting streak after Kwan's 14-game stretch came to a close on Friday.

Kwan has played in 48 games this season, sporting a .390 average and a .564 slugging percentage. The last player to have at least a .390 average and at least a .550 slugging percentage in the Majors was Cody Bellinger in 2019 (his NL MVP season). The last Cleveland player to do so? Toby Harrah in 1982.

“I mean, he helps everyone on the team get better, just watching him go about his business in the cages, on the field,” Schneemann said. “Defense, offense, both of those things, he’s the best in the world at.”

Kwan entered Saturday just 14 plate appearances shy of being a qualified hitter. Once he reaches that mark, the Major League leaderboards are going to be shaken up. We all know he’ll be well ahead of Shohei Ohtani’s current .322 average that leads the Majors, but what many may not realize is that Kwan is also going to be competing for a top spot in OPS.

If Kwan was a qualified hitter at the time of the last out of Saturday’s game, the leaderboard would’ve looked like this:

Aaron Judge, 1.113 Shohei Ohtani, 1.026 Steven Kwan, 1.013 Juan Soto, .993

One of these things is not like the others. Or is it?

Earlier this week, Kwan scoffed at the idea of being described as a “power hitter,” and maybe that’s the right response, considering he entered the day with the third-lowest hard-hit rate in the Majors (minimum of 175 batted balls) at 21.6 percent -- ahead of just Nicky Lopez (18.4 percent) and Sal Frelick (18.2 percent). But no matter what the metrics say, the stat line tells the bigger story: Kwan has much more power this year than in the past.

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He actually added more power this year than any other hitter in the Majors. Entering Saturday's game, Kwan had -- by far -- the largest increase in slugging percentage among batters with at least 400 plate appearances last year and 150 this year, going from .370 to .545.

If you’re a visual learner, let’s look at it this way:

2022: six homers, .400 slugging percentage, 638 plate appearances 2023: five homers, .370 slugging percentage, 718 plate appearances 2024: six homers, .564 slugging percentage, 217 plate appearances

“He worked on it,” Guardians manager Stephen Vogt said. “I mean, he made a conscious effort to work on impacting the ball just like a lot of our guys. … Kwanie really took that to heart. So you put an elite contact hitter who also worked on impacting the ball. He knows which pitches to try and impact and he knows which pitches to just get out there. He’s a complete hitter.”

Kwan turned on a sinker over the heart of the plate from Blue Jays starter José Berríos, sending it a Statcast-projected 362 feet over the right-field wall for his career-high-tying sixth blast of the year. That was after he immediately put his one-game slump behind him by smacking a leadoff double down the right-field line.

Vogt joked that he’s running out of superlatives to describe what Kwan has done this year. This was a day after he guaranteed that his leadoff hitter would begin a new hitting streak just hours after the last one ended. We may not know how long this streak will last, but one thing is for sure: The slump is over.

“He just hits,” Vogt said. “It may not be the only streak he has all year.”

Gustav Frimodt holds one-shot lead at The Beachlands Victoria Open

Gustav Frimodt of Denmark is seen on the 17th hole during the first round of the PGA TOUR Americas, Beachlands Victoria Open presented by Times Colonist at the Uplands Golf Club on June 20, 2024 in Victoria, Canada. (Jennifer Perez/PGA TOUR)

Gustav Frimodt of Denmark is seen on the 17th hole during the first round of the PGA TOUR Americas, Beachlands Victoria Open presented by Times Colonist at the Uplands Golf Club on June 20, 2024 in Victoria, Canada. (Jennifer Perez/PGA TOUR)

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VICTORIA, British Columbia – Denmark native Gustav Frimodt carded an 8-under 62 in the first round of The Beachlands Victoria Open to lead by one at Uplands Golf Club. Recent spring graduates John Marshall Butler and Frederik Kjettrup are tied for second at 7-under. Seven players are tied for fourth heading into the second round of the opening event of the North America Swing.

Frimodt is one of 25 players in this week’s field making their professional debuts. The 25-year-old recently graduated from Texas Christian University where he claimed three individual victories and 11 top 10s en route to securing a spot in the top 25 of the 2024 PGA TOUR University Ranking. After finishing No. 9 in the final ranking, Frimodt earned exempt membership to the North America Swing of PGA TOUR Americas and conditional status on the Korn Ferry Tour.

A five-year collegiate career was decorated by six different honors and recognitions: Big 12 Men’s Golfer of the Month (April 2024), PING All-Central Region (2024), PING Third Team All-American (2024), All-Big 12 Conference Team (2024), Big 12 All-Tournament Team (2023, '24) and Academic All-Big 12 (2021, '22). It was TCU's first All-Big 12 and Big 12 Men’s Golfer of the Month honors since 2019 when PGA TOUR member Hayden Springer was recognized.

During his amateur career, Frimodt reached as high as No. 22 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. He represented Denmark twice in 2023 at the European Amateur Team Championship and the World Amateur Team Championship (Eisenhower Trophy). Most notably, he won the 2022 Danish International Amateur Championship by seven strokes.

Part of Frimodt’s success in his professional debut stemmed from his relationship with his caddie. Magnus Frimodt, Gustav’s brother, agreed to put his studies in Denmark on hold for a year in exchange for a job on his brother’s bag. Magnus understands the game well, being a past avid golfer himself, and was there for Gustav each step of the way in his first tournament as a professional.

“It was honestly just so nice to have my brother on the bag out there. It made me feel like it was just another golf round,” shared Gustav. “He knows me so well. He knows when to say things and when not to say things. All in all, I think it is a really good dynamic. It makes me calm on the course.”

Frimodt is set to tee off at 8:10 a.m. PT on Friday with Fortinet Cup No. 1 Matthew Anderson and No. 3 José de Jesús Rodríguez. Second-round tee times begin at 7:30 a.m. PT and will run until 2:30 p.m. PT off the Nos. 1 and 10 tees on Friday.

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About gustav frimodt (first/8-under).

Age: 25 Birthplace: Glamsbjerg, Denmark Residence: Glamsbjerg, Denmark College: Texas Christian University Fortinet Cup (start of week): N/A

  • Finished No. 9 in the 2024 PGA TOUR University Ranking; one of five players to earn exempt membership on PGA TOUR Americas and conditional Korn Ferry Tour status
  • Played five collegiate seasons at Texas Christian University where he claimed three individual victories (2022 Ben Hogan Collegiate, 2023 Valero Texas Collegiate, 2024 Big 12 Championship)
  • His brother, Magnus Frimodt, caddied for him in his professional debut this weekend; shares that his brother put his studies on hold in Denmark to caddie for him in his first professional year
  • Earned TCU's first All-Big 12 and Big 12 Men’s Golfer of the Month honors since 2019 when PGA TOUR member Hayden Springer was recognized
  • During his amateur career, reached as high as No. 22 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. Represented Denmark a total of five times, including twice in 2023 at the European Amateur Team Championship and the World Amateur Team Championship (Eisenhower Trophy)

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Course setup: Par 70 / 6,420 yards; R1 average: 68.53 Weather: Mostly sunny with a high of 78. Wind from the southeast at 2-7 mph with gusts up to 9 mph.

  • Both Danes in the field, Frimodt and Kjettrup, are inside the top three.
  • Five countries are represented in the top 10 and ties: United States (five), Argentina (two), Denmark (two) and New Zealand (one).
  • Twenty-five players, including Frimodt (First/8-under) and John Marshall Butler (T2/7-under), made their professional debuts on Thursday at Uplands Golf Club.
  • Argentinians Martin Contini and Mateo Fernández de Oliveira (T4/6-under) are the low Latins through 18-holes.
  • Brendan MacDougall, in the field via a Golf Canada Sponsor Exemption, is the low Canadian after the first round (T23/4-under).
  • Neal Shipley, the low amateur at the 2024 Masters and U.S. Open, carded a 4-under 66 and is T23 after the first round of his professional career.
  • Austin Squires (T12/5-under) leads four Monday Qualifiers in the field who are under par: Ian Holt (T23/4-under), Chris Minton (T37/3-under) and Jake Scott (T58/2-under).
  • Hole No. 6 – the 460-yard par 4 – was the most challenging hole at Uplands Golf Club; averaging a +.240.

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  21. Leaderboard Stats

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