Laura Davies aims to last pace

Laura Davies insists that her priority this season is to win the Ladies European Tour's Henderson Money List, despite skipping last week's event in China to play at the Mission Hills Star Trophy, a celebrity pro-am.

The 47-year-old has a chance to become the European No 1 for the eighth time in her 25-year career if she wins the Daishin Securities Tomato M Korea European Ladies Masters starting at Haevichi Country Club today and then finishes well in the final two events of the year in India and Dubai.

Davies is currently ranked second behind five-time winner this season Lee-Anne Pace, who is hoping to become the first South African to win the Henderson Money List. Davies cannot catch her this week, but can get very close. "My goal is to try and catch Lee-Anne again," she said.