2014 World Ladies Championship in Haikou on March 6-9
The 2014 World Ladies Championship will be held at Mission Hills Haikou from March 6th to 9th, 2014. During the event period, the lady golfers will show the special glamor with their power of love in the 2014 Lady Charity Invitational.
With the increasing competition of Chinese women, the overall quality of Chinese amateur women golfers has shown a great leap in recent years. On the 1st Lady Charity Invitational held in March 2013, more than 80 women golf lovers from over 10 provinces in China attended the tournament, including the Shanghai Happy Golf Team, Shanghai Yatai Team, Shenzhen Heroine Team, Dalian Grand Team and Qingdao Lady Team etc. These young women are so elegant and compassionate that they raise their clubs for poor children in China. Their graceful and beautiful movements on the green course showed their superior golf skills, as well as their knowledge of the game, which impressed the audience. All this just goes to prove that contemporary and elite Chinese women have indeed arrived.
The 2nd Lady Charity Invitational is scheduled to be held on March7th and 8th, 2014 at the Sandbelt Trails Course of Mission Hills Haikou. It has already received a positive and enthusiastic response from many ladies teams. In this session, the tournament will be held by 2 rounds instead of 1 round last year, including an innovative game system with more challenging and interesting features. Numerous awards have been set, such as Team Top 3, Individual Top 3. Besides, there will also be the Team Best Etiquette, Longest Drive, Nearest to Pin Award. More exciting activities have been arranged for the event, and we look forward to welcome all the heroic challengers to join and participate in it.
The tournament is now open to all women’s amateur golf teams for enrollment. Calling all strong, confident, challenge-loving lady golfers! You are most welcome to team up for this breathtaking challenge!
SOURCE: Mission Hills China
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