Ladies European Tour postpones two events


The Ladies European Tour postponed two tournaments on Tuesday which were due to be held in Australia in February, 2021 due to the ongoing travel restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Geoff King Motors Australian Ladies Classic and the Women’s New South Wales Open were set to kick off the 2021 season, but both tournaments have now been pushed back to 2022.

“We are disappointed to announce our decision to postpone both popular tournaments for the coming year as we look to confirm our 2021 schedule,” the tour’s chief executive Alexandra Armas said.

“Our players have become used to starting their season in Australia, so it was an extremely difficult decision for us to break an established Tour tradition.”

Australian teenage amateur Stephanie Kyriacou claimed an eight-shot win at this year’s Australian Ladies Classic, and Sweden’s Julia Engstrom then made it a teenager double at the NSW Open.

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