Martin Dempster

Alexandra Armas aims 'to take the LET to greater heights'. Picture: Brad Boyd.

Alexandra Armas takes charge of LET as it joins up with LPGA

Spaniard Alexandra Armas has been given the green light to steer the Ladies European Tour at the start of an exciting new era. It follows confirmation that she has been appointed as the circuit’s permanent CEO after filling the post in an acting role since early October.

Even Bryson DeChambeau, one of the notoriously slow players on the circuit, moved faster in Abu Dhabi. Picture: Getty

Martin Dempster: So far, so good for new European Tour pace of play protocols

It worked. The first event held under the European Tour’s new protocols on pace of play was played quicker than it had been in similar conditions a year ago. Now, one of the circuit’s most influential voices wants the foot kept to the pedal so that the tour can “send a signal to the world” in its attempt to tackle the game’s biggest problem once and for all.

Bob MacIntyre has been hampered by a hand injury. Picture: Warren Little/Getty Images

Bob MacIntyre hopes complete rest has cured niggling hand inujry

He’s listened to the medical experts by not even touching a golf club for around six weeks, but Bob MacIntyre is still facing an anxious wait to find out if a complete shutdown since being crowned as European Tour Rookie of the Year has actually cured his niggling hand injury.

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