Established in 2015, the Hong Kong Ladies Open is played on the Old Course at the Hong Kong Golf Club in Fanling, and is co-sanctioned by the China LPGA and the Ladies Asian Golf Tour. Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching, the first Hongkonger to play on the LPGA Tour, won the event in 2016, while Thailand's Supamas Sangchan took the spoils last year.
Hong Kong has 100,000 golfers but nowhere to play since the government closed all courses in March.
The LPGA Tour pro isolated herself from her family in Hong Kong after returning from the US, but managed 12 days of solid workout.
The sixth edition of the women’s showpiece was supposed to tee off on February 28 but will instead be held from May 8-10 at the Old Course
The 26-year-old won the tournament as an amateur in 2016 in a play-off and is hoping to find success as a pro at Fanling.
The 21-year-old claims her first professional victory on the century-old course
The 17-year-old creates a big impression as she takes a five-shot lead into the final round at Hong Kong Golf Club.
Three missed cuts on the elite tour fail to dampen Chan’s spirits on her return to Fanling for US$150,000 tournament
The 25-year-old says she feels confident again and is starting work on a new TV drama next week