With one of the most lucrative prizes on the Women’s European Tour (LET) schedule-a $1 million prize-it quickly became one of the most popular titles.
LET CEO Alex Armas has not forgotten the importance of holding a groundbreaking tournament with grand prizes.
“Obviously, I think the best way is to broadcast sports events on TV so that people can be inspired by these athletes and treat them as role models. To host so many quality sports events, just like Saudi Arabia. Participating in various sports is very important. The number of people who signed up for Ladies First Club and the amount of positive feedback is huge. “
A large number of superstar players have confirmed to participate in this week’s game, as well as defending champion Emily Kristine Pedersen (Emily Kristine Pedersen).
Two-time Grand Slam winner Lydia Ko and other Grand Slam winners Georgia Hall, Anna Nordqvist and Laura Davies have been confirmed.
Although the singles match will begin this Thursday, the Saudi doubles match will end in the team match on Wednesday, November 10.
According to LET, the second of the two US$1 million LET tournaments held in 9 days is part of the Aramco Team Series held around the world to address inequality in women’s golf.
“We need to show them and their stories and incredible journey. We still have a long way to go. People don’t realize how good these women are. If they don’t see this, they don’t Will understand that. They can compete. They are good athletes just like men.”
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