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Golf Industry News - LPGA-LET Joint Venture

A new decade brings a new-look Ladies European Tour and for the first time in history, LET Members will play for a combined prize fund of almost €18 million in 2020, an increase of €4.5 million on 2019. The 2020 schedule will feature 24 tournaments, including 15 in Europe, in addition to August’s Olympic Games […]

Alexandra Armas has been confirmed as the permanent CEO of the Ladies European Tour, reporting directly to the LPGA-LET Joint Venture Board of Directors, chaired by LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan.

The R&A and the men’s European Tour have committed to help the newly-formed joint venture between the Ladies Professional Golf Association and the Ladies European Tour in its efforts to significantly grow playing opportunities, financial incentives and television exposure for women’s professional golf in Europe and around the world.