By Ntokozo Magongo
Professional golfer Nobuhle Dlamini will be back in the field during the Jabra Ladies Open in France.
This is after a seven-week break in the 2023 Ladies European Tour (LET) schedule. The action gets underway from Thursday with the final day on Saturday (May 11-13) at the Evian Resort Golf Club in Évian-les-Bains, France.
Dlamini used the break by hosting the second edition of the Nobuhle Dlamini Golf Challenge at the Ezulwini Golf Club two weeks ago.
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According to ladieseuropeantour.com, the tournament marks the sixth event of the season and follows the Aramco Team Series – Singapore event won by Pauline Roussin and Team Christine Wolf.
The Lobamba-born player based in Johannesburg, South Africa will be part of the 132 players from 31 nations registered for the about E6 million (€300,000) sponsored tournament to be played over 54 holes for three days.
Dlamini will be against the 2022 champion Tiia Koivisto who will be back to defend her Jabra crown. She represents the Royal JHB & Kensington Golf Club.