The events sponsored by Justin and Kate Rose will now conclude with a 54-hole final, and Georgia Hall has confirmed she will be taking part in ALL of the remaining events.


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The Rose Ladies Series has continued to snowball and get bigger and bigger ever since Liz Young first had the idea of hosting a ladies' open at Brokenhurst Manor.

We were excited enough as it was to hear that the final had been expanded to a two-day event concluding on the Wentworth West course, making it the first professional ladies' event to ever be hosted at the prestigious venue.

But now we can reveal that the series will conclude with a THREE-day 54 hole event held from August 5 to 7, with the first day of the Grand Final - Race to the West held at the newly added venue of North Hants, Hampshire, the place where Justin Rose and his agent Paul McDonnell first played together when they were ten years old.

The exciting news doesn't stop there, either.

Our beloved Georgia Hall has also committed to playing all the remaining events, including the one at the Buckinghamshire taking place today (July 2).

Speaking to The Telegraph, the 2018 Women’s British Open champion said: 

“As far as British women's golf goes, this field is as good as it gets really and I’m excited about being part of it. Initially, I wasn’t sure going to play at all in the series and instead just practise hard for when the Tours resume. 

"But I played in a pro-am in Worplesdon last week and I absolutely loved having a scorecard in my hand again. It had been more than four months and I didn’t realise how much I’d missed competition.

“Plus the first winners gave the series great exposure and I figure that as Justin and his wife [Kate] have done so much to get this on, not only putting in their own money but also attracting a couple of sponsors, I should turn up and I’ll play in every one of them from now.”

Meanwhile, Charley Hull and Bronte Law are reported not to be competing in the final as they will be returning to America to compete on the LPGA when that resumes at the end of the month.

So far the events haven't been televised as much as we hoped but the organisers have revealed to Women & Golf that they have hopes that the later tournaments will be given longer scheduled segments.

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