Beroun, 10 March 2021 – If the peculiar situation we are currently experiencing so allows, the Tipsport Czech Ladies Open 2021 from 25 to 27 June will be an important event on Czech courses in the golfing year. After last year’s premiere, Beroun Golf Club will again be hosting the tournament which is included in the incredibly packed schedule of the Ladies European Tour 2021 (see LET press release) which will be visiting 4 continents.
“I am really happy, just like our members, that one year later, the Tipsport Czech Ladies Open tournament will again be held on our course. I am convinced that the course and the whole resort will be prepared down to the very last detail in June and will meet the parameters required of this second most important world tour,” added Vojtěch Matějček, President of Beroun Golf Club.
The Tipsport Czech Ladies Open 2021 will be the last tournament for the European ladies’ elite, from where players will be able to qualify for the Olympic Games in Tokyo and which will also be a nomination tournament for the Solheim Cup which is held in the autumn. It is also planned for inclusion in the introductory part of the “23-week European tour” and all of this guarantees the highest possible level of participation by players. A total of 132 players from 25 countries around the world will be battling it out for prize money of CZK 5,200,000.
We can certainly assume participation by both previous winners of the Tipsport Czech Ladies Open, Carly Booth from Scotland and Emily Kristine Pedersen from Denmark. Further strong competition should be provided among others by other winners of LET tournaments such as Annabel Dimmock, Florentyna Parker, Hannah Burke and Amy Boulden. Last year’s medal winners in our tournament Christine Wolf from Austria and Saana Nuutinen from Finland should also be returning to the Czech Republic, as should the likeable and successful Swede Julia Engström.
The Czech Republic should be represented by up to ten players, half of which are top amateurs who confirmed their superb performance and standing in the World Amateur Golf Rankings last year, when five of them made the cut into the final round.
“We are also in contact with the number one Czech female golfer Klára Spilková. I dare say that if her schedule for the LPGA doesn’t clash with the date of our tournament, she will be happy to play in the Czech LET again.”
“I am very pleased about the continuing support and cooperation, both with the titular partner, the betting company Tipsport, and also partnership with Beroun Golf Club. I really do appreciate the help provided by our partners who I am certain will stand by us even during these times of the covid pandemic, cooperation with the Czech Golf Federation and of course with Ladies European Tour Ltd. itself. The prestigious standing of the tournament obliges us to organise a successful event, similar to last year, a fact which was confirmed by the positive feedback we received from many sides, in particular from the players themselves,” said the promoter Luboš Koželuh.
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