Laguna National Return for China LPGA Tour

The China LPGA Tour’s Singapore Ladies Masters will return to Laguna National in June. Picture by Singapore Ladies Masters.

Singapore: The Singapore Ladies Masters will return to the Laguna National Golf Resort Club this year.

Featuring a field of 132 players, including 12 elite amateurs, the China Ladies Professional Golf Association (CLPGA) event will be staged over the Masters Course from June 14-16.
The Singapore Ladies Masters will be the sixth leg of this season’s CLPGA Tour and offer a prize purse of US$100,000. The winner will receive a cheque for US$15,000.
At the inaugural Singapore Ladies Masters last July, Singapore’s Shannon Tan, then an amateur, delighted the home crowd by outshining her seasoned professional counterparts to claim the championship.
This year, home fans can anticipate watching the youngest golfer in the event’s history, 13-year-old Sydnie Ng, in action. Ng is already being touted as ‘another Shannon in the making’.
Ng, discovered through the Singapore Junior Development Tour, demonstrated her talent by winning the Future Champions Golf World Championship in California last July.
Her win placed her alongside past champions such as Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn, a two-time Major winner, former world number one and 2021 ANA Inspiration winner Patty Tavatanakit, and Japanese Yuka Saso, the 2021 US Women’s Open champion.

A line-up of CLPGA elites, including Ji Yuai and Sui Xiang, who finished third and fourth in the Tour’s overall points standings last year, have confirmed their participation in the 54-hole showdown at Laguna National.

Exemptions have also been granted to two leading players from the 44th edition Asia-Pacific Amateur Ladies Golf Team Championship, also known as the Queen Sirikit Cup.

A Facility Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation, Laguna National hosted the DP World Tour’s Porsche Singapore Classic on its Classic Course last month.

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