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From June 3rd to 6th – 2021, 126 of the best professional female golfers in Europe will compete for tour points and a total price money of €400,000 at Kristianstad GK, in Åhus.
Creekhouse Ladies Open are committed in creating a memorable event both on and off the course. In addition to world-class golf, the event invites you to a vibrant atmosphere for the entire family all week long. Creekhouse Ladies Open is simply – An experience together with you!
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Kristianstads GK in Åhus – anno 1924 is one of the oldest courses in Sweden with a long tournament history. In 1986 it hosted Kristianstad Open, a Ladies European Tour event featuring stars like Liselotte Neumann, Helen Alfredsson and Laura Davies. It has since taken on a European Championship and numerous satellite tour events for both women and men. With new owners since some years, the course has made a remarkable change and is now ranked one of the top courses in the Nordics. Deciding to yet again take on the highest level in Europe is a natural development.
The tournament will be held on the East course and the West course will be open as usual.
The Ladies European Tour and Creekhouse Management today confirmed the postponement of the Creekhouse Ladies Open until 2021 due to the ongoing situation in relation to Coronavirus (COVID-19). For the organizers, it is important that the Creekhouse Ladies Open offers an event experience that goes beyond golf, both for the local community and for guests
The three highest ranked players on the Nordic Golf Tour’s Order of Merit will qualify to play in the Creekhouse Ladies Open. The Creekhouse Ladies Open, a new tournament on the Ladies European Tour (LET), is still scheduled to take place on September 3-6 at Kristianstads GK in Åhus. Now it is agreed that the
Kristianstads GK in the south of Sweden becomes venue for Creekhouse Ladies Open, a new Ladies European Tour (LET) event in 2020.The four day tournament will be played September 3-6 featuring a field of 126 professional women, competing for a €400 000 prize purse. The tournament will not only be the first of its kind