Ladies’ golf will be in the spotlight this week with the 79th US Women’s Open at Lancaster Country Club, Pennsylvania. The tournament boasts the richest purse in women’s golf, amounting to $12 million. As the oldest of the five Majors in women’s golf, it garners significant attention from fans and players alike.

The Women’s World Number One, Nelly Korda, has been delivering outstanding performances, clinching victory in six of her last seven events. Her exceptional form positions her as a strong contender for the competition’s top honors.

Congratulations are in order for Nacho Elvira, who recently emerged triumphant at the Soudal Open. The 37-year-old Spaniard's win has earned him the ninth spot in the season-long Race to Dubai, propelling him to the top of the European Swing on the DP World Tour after just one event. Notably, winners of each Swing on the new tournament calendar of the DP World Tour are awarded a $200,000 bonus, along with various privileged exemptions to events on the calendar.

Elvira's victory also sees him rise to 132nd place on the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR). Furthermore, Danny Willett, under the tutelage of Peter Cowen, will join Elvira at the European Open in Germany, following his successful qualification at The Masters.

The upcoming events on the golf calendar include the RBC Canadian Open at Hamilton Golf and Country Club, Canada, with a total purse of $9.4 million, and the European Open at Green Eagle Golf Courses, Hamburg, Germany, offering a purse of $2.5 million. Additionally, the LPGA and Ladies European Tour will feature the US Women’s Open at Lancaster Country Club, Pennsylvania, with a substantial purse of $12 million.

Furthermore, Nelly Korda’s recent victory in the LPGA match play has garnered widespread acclaim, making a significant contribution to the advancement of women’s golf. Meanwhile, Sebastian Korda, son of Petr Korda, demonstrates promising progress at Wimbledon following his sister Nelly’s remarkable triumph in golf. Legendary figure Sörenstam celebrates Nelly Korda's record-setting achievement, highlighting its positive impact on women’s golf.