Proette since 2015

28 years old (born on December 16, 1995)

Nuria Iturrioz

  • 4 wins on LET: 2016 Lalla Meryem Cup, 2019 Lalla Meryem Cup and Omega Dubai Moonlight Classic, 2023 La Sella Open
  • 2023 LET ranking: 11th

The Spaniard’s highlight of her 2023 Race to Costa Del Sol was her play-off win at the La Sella Open with four other top 10 finishes to go along with it. These results helped her shoot up to 166th from 340th in the Rolex World rankings as well as a place just outside the top 10 on the Race to Costa Del Sol. Nuria is a two-time winner of the Lalla Meryem Cup and always loves returning to Morocco.

Proette since 2010

34 years old (born on May 13, 1989)

Caroline Hedwall

  • 10 victories worldwide including 7 on the LET: Ladies Slovak Open, Finnair Masters, Ladies Golf Open, Hero’s Women’s Indian Open in 2011, Ladies Golf Open 2012, Lacoste Ladies Open France 2018 and Andalucía Open de Espana 2022
  • 4 caps in Solheim Cup
  • 2022 LET ranking: 8th

Immediately after finishing her studies in the United States, Caroline Hedwall stood out on the LET winning four tournaments in 2011. The promising Swedish joined the European team of the Solheim Cup right away. Then, after a long stay on the LPGA Tour, this snowboarding fan made a brilliant return to the Old Continent by winning France’s Lacoste Ladies Open in 2018. Last November, she defeated Switzerland’s Morgane Metraux on the fourth hole of Andalucía Open de Espana playoff, winning her 10th professional title worldwide.

Proette since 2011

35 years old (born on May 15, 1988)

Maha Haddioui

  • Best performance on the LET: 3rd place at the Investec SA Women’s Open 2018
  • Double representative of Morocco at the Olympic Games

For the past 11 years, the Moroccan player has travelled the world to compete in LET tournaments. While her 2023 season will not remain her best on the tour, she arrives in 2024 with new ambitions, counting on improving her best ranking at the Lalla Meryem Cup.

Proette since 2020

27 years old (born January 21, 1997)

Lina Belmati

  • Double winner of the arab amateur championships in individual

Of all the players in the Lalla Meryem Cup, Lina Belmati is the one who knows the Blue Course best. Since her debut in golf at the age of 14 after dropping tennis, her parents’ favorite sport, Rabat citizen has been perfecting her game at Royal Golf Dar Es Salaam, where she is a club member. Following her graduation from Rabat University with a management degree, Lina chose to be a professional player. Since then, she has been doing her apprenticeship on LETAS (2nd European women’s division). Her best results in 2022 are two rankings as 13th.  Her future is promising.

Proette since 2022

26 years old (born on October 30, 1997)

Ines Laklalech

  • LET Victory on the Lacoste Ladies Open de France 2022

Ines returns to the Ladies European Tour and the Lalla Meryem Cup. After her victory in 2022 at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France and a season on the LPGA Tour with 4 cuts in 17 tournaments, the Casablanca native will be keen to excel on home soil.

Proette since 2016

28 years old (born on May 15, 1994)

Meghan MacLaren

  • 3 LET: Women’s NSW Open 2018 and 2019 and Australian Women’s Classic 2022
  • 2022 LET ranking: 7th

As a daughter of a former European Men’s Tour executive, now director of Portstewart Golf Club (Ireland), Meghan MacLaren spent her childhood in the middle of the world of golf. In 2017, the Englishwoman won the LET ear’s Access Series Order of Merit. Since then, she has established herself as a great European player with three victories in four years on the LET. Last September in Deauville, Meghan MacLaren lost in the playoff of the Lacoste Ladies Open of France against our champion, Ines Laklalech.

Proette since 2021

25 years old (born on March 22, 1998)

Ana Peláez Triviño

  • 1 LET victory: Madrid Ladies Open 2022
  • 2022 LET ranking : 5th

Ana Peláez Triviño, a student at the University of South Carolina, turned professional in July 2021 after compiling a solid amateur record as the Andalusian was part of the Top 15 amateur word and ranked 12th at Augusta National Women’s Amateur. Last May she was invited to Madrid Ladies Open and won it with a remarkable total score of 23 under par. She had such success namely thanks to a 63 in the 3rd round. That is a record for the course. The five top 10 that followed allowed her to end her first season in 5th position of the Race to Costa Del Sol.

Proette since 2009

40 years old (born on October 23, 1982)

Liz Young

  • 1 LET victory: VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open 2022
  • 2022 LET ranking: 11th

When one competes on the tours, one has to know how to persevere and never give up. Liz Young is a player who had to wait until her 14th season on the LET before finally savoring victory. One month before her 40th birthday, the Englishwoman, known as Bennett prior to her marriage in 2013, beat Sweden’s Linn Grant and won in Switzerland. An off-circuit golf teacher, Liz Young has competed in the Lalla Meryem Cup every year starting from 2010. Her best result is a 9th position in 2016.

Proette since 2019

26 years old (born on March 23, 1996)

Magdalena Simmermacher

  • Best performances on the LET: 2nd at Lacoste Ladies Open France 2020 and the Investec South Africa Women’s Open 2022
  • 2022 LET ranking in: 6th

Magdalena Simmermacher is the best Argentine player on the women’s tour. Although she started playing golf when she was four, Maggie has practiced many sports including field hockey that turned out to be beneficial to her when considering a golfing career. After studying at Old Dominion University in the United States, she tried her luck in Europe, as there is no women’s tour in South America. After 7 top 10s in 2022 on the LET, she qualified for playing on the LPGA Tour in 2023 last December.

Proette since 2012

31 years old (born on December 13, 1992)

Johanna Gustavsson

  • Best performances on the LET: 2nd at the Saudi Ladies International 2022, the NSW Women’s Open 2022 and the Aramco Team Series Bangkok 2022
  • 2022 LET ranking: 3rd

Johanna Gustavsson has been on the LET since 2016, but she had her best season in 2022. Several times last year she came close to that first victory she has always been looking for. Thanks to her 7 top 10s including three runner-up positions, the Swede moved up to third rank of Race to Costa Del Sol. Not least was also her team victory (3 pros and 1 amateur) at the Aramco Team Series New York, last October.

Professional since 2016

28 years old (born on August 12, 1995)

Trichat Cheenglab

  • 1 win on LET: 2023 Big Green Egg Open

  • LET ranking in 2023: 1st

The Thai golfer finished the season as winner of the Race to Costa Del Sol in only her first full season on the tour. She placed in the top 10 six times, including her first LET win at the Big Green Egg Open and a 2nd place at Tipsport Czech Ladies Open. Her impressive season saw her win Rookie of the Year in the same year. She earned her card for the 2024 LPGA Tour through attending Q-Series for the first time. Cheenglab also has two other professional wins on the Thai LPGA Tour. She started the 2024 season ranked 84th on the Rolex Women’s World Ranking.

Professional since 2019

23 years old (born on December 14, 2000)

Diksha Dagar

  • 2 wins on LET: 2022 South African Women’s Open and 2023 Tipsport Czech Ladies Open

  • LET ranking in 2023: 3rd

The Indian golfer enjoyed her best season to date, finishing 3rd on the 2023 Race to Costa del Sol. As consistent as anybody last season, Diksha recorded eight top-10 finishes either side of her Tipsport Czech Ladies Open triumph and placed T21 at the AIG Women’s Open in August – the best result from a female Indian in Major history. Diksha was honoured for her achievements by the Sports Ministry of India with the prestigious Arjuna Award – an accolade recognising outstanding performance in sports and games in the country. The left-handed star also remains the only golfer to have competed in both the Summer Olympic Games and Deaflympics.

Professional since 2015

28 years old (born on October 2, 1995)

Anne van Dam

  • 5 wins on LET: 2016 Xiamen International Open, 2018 Estrella Damm Mediterranean Ladies Open and 2018 Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de Espana, 2019 ActewAGL Canberra Classic, 2019 Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de Espana

  • LET ranking in 2023: 6th

The Dutch golfer finished 2023 in impressive fashion with 6 top 5 finishes in the last 8 tournaments of the Race to Costa Del Sol, including second in the Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de España. Her late surge helped her climb to 71st in the Rolex World Ranking. The 2019 Solheim Cup winner cycled hundreds of kilometres on her bike in her down time during golf tournaments around the world. One of the most powerful players in the game, van Dam is incredibly fit. In December 2022, she raced a half Ironman to raise money for Grace Godfrey, the two-year-old daughter of LPGA player Jane Park and long-time caddie Pete Godfrey.

Proette since 2015

31 years old (born on December 12, 1991)

Manon de Roey

  • One victory on the LET: Aramco Team Series Bangkok 2022
  • 2022 LET ranking: 4th

Five years after starting golf, Manon de Roey won her first major amateur victory at the age of 16. The Belgian returned to Europe to play the pro tournaments after her graduation in psychology and management from the University of New Mexico in the United States. In 2020 and 2022, she progressed to 4th position in the Race to Costa Del Sol.

Manon De Roey is also one of the few players who achieved an albatross (3 shots under par) in competition. Two months ago, the winner of the Aramco Team Series Bangkok 2022 won, like Ines Laklalech, her right to play on the LPGA Tour this season.


21 years old

Intissar Rich

  • Individual victory of the 2022 All African Challenge Trophy

Amateur Intissar Rich is a member of the FRMG Elite Pole. She made a strong impression by winning the All African Challenge Trophy last September in Tanzania. Thanks to a splendid 8 meters birdie at the 18th hole, this hard-fought for individual victory over players from South African and Kenya, is her young career’s best international performance. This result allowed the Moroccan women’s team to secure 2nd position behind South Africa. Inspired by her peers, Maha Haddioui and Ines Laklalech, the Tangier resident intends to make a mark at her first Lalla Meryem Cup.

Proette since 2021

23 years old (born on June 20, 1999)

Linn Maria Grant

  • 4 LET victories in 2022: Joburg Open, Mithra Belgian Ladies Open, Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed and Skafto Open
  • 2022 LET ranking: 1st

Linn Maria Grant has golf running in her blood: she is a granddaughter of a Scottish pro who migrated to Sweden. Following a remarkable amateur career punctuated by a victory at the Ladies British Open amateur, the Swede quickly established herself as the leader of European Women’s golf.

Starting from her first year on the LET, Linn Maria Grant won the Race to Costa del Sol 2022 thanks to four victories including the Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed finishing ahead of the pros of the DP World Tour! Ranking among the world top 3, she is also credited with three top 10 finishes on the LPGA Tour in 2022.

Proette since 2021

23 years old (born on December 10, 1999)

Maja Stark

  • 5 LET wins: Creekhouse Ladies Open, Estrella Damm Ladies Open 2021, Women’s NSW Open, Amundi German Masters, and ISPS Handa World International 2022
  • 2022 LET Ranking : 2nd

As soon as she turned pro, Maja Stark won two of the three tournaments she was invited to. Last year, she turned out to be daunting as she compiled victories on the LET including one co-sanctioned by the LPGA Tour, the ISPS Handa World International. Throughout last season, she delivered a superb battle against her fellow citizen Linn Maria Grant for the title of European     No. 1. This year, Maja Stark has one goal: to earn her place in the European Solheim Cup team.