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Ashleigh Simon lit up the front nine of the East Course at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club and produced a grandstand finish to seal a six-stroke victory in the Sunshine Ladies Tour Open

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Nienke Nijenhuis at the Welsh Open Ladies on Tour

Ladiesontour with Nienke Nijenhuis at the Welsh Open

 

My interest in Ladies Golf started when I attended the Ladies English Open at Chart Hills Golf Club in Kent. Not ever seeing a Ladies Event I was surprised that the players didn't have caddies! I followed one of the players, pulling her trolley, she seemed so alone that she was christened "lonely girl" Following the event I joined the forum on the LET website and got chatting to players, caddies and a chap called Steve Homer.

The following year I was again at Chart Hills but this time I was a caddie thanks to Steve. It was great fun and I met some wonderful people, players, caddies and some of the LET staff. I went on to caddie again at Chart Hills until the final Ladies English Open and also caddied in Holland and Wales.

In the meantime the LET stopped the forum only for Steve to start the LET fans forum and asked me to help in running it. Welcome to the World of Media!

Steve also started a new website www.ladiesontour.com which again I helped out with and is the site you can see before you now.

Myself and my partner Maureen moved further into the media world when Steve invited us to the Dubai Ladies Masters, an opportunity not to be missed.

In late 2009 Steve made me another offer that I couldn't refuse.........to take over and run Ladies On Tour.

I started to build the site up and managed to get to the British Open and the British Masters with Maureen behind the camera lens. With the site growing and new ideas we decided to go for a total re vamp which is where we are today.

Please keep checking the site as we have new ideas, articles and maybe something a little bit special! As an addition the the golf news we have added articles on the latest golfing equipment and clothing, follow this link http://www.ladiesontour.com/latest-golfing-equipment or the link in the main header.

Dont forget to look through our news "archive" http://www.ladiesontour.com/news or follow the "News" link from the main header. Please also click the site map for a full list of articles on the site.

We now have the Ladies On Tour Golf Store, for all your Golfing needs, please visit the http://www.ladiesontour.com/shop or follow the link from the Home page.

To all the visitors who have been with us over the years I thank you for your continued support and send a warm welcome to all new visitors to Ladies On Tour.

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