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US Women’s Open Hopefuls Heading for The Buckinghamshire


Two minutes with Sophie Gustafson

What's your favorite moment from The Solheim Cup? Of course, winning it two year ago was fantastic. It was so incredibly close and coming out on top must have ...


Inkster calls for friendly matches

American Solheim Cup veteran Juli Inkster has called for this years match at Interlachen to be played without any animosity that marred previous Solheim Cups, most notably Loch Lomond in ...


Sorenstam nearly cracks 60 again

Annika Sorenstam, the only player in LPGA Tour history to crack 60 in a competitive round, shot a bogey-free 10-under-par 62 on Saturday for a three-stroke lead at the LPGA ...


Marti cruises to Q-School victory

Paula Marti from Spain, who is on course to win the Ladies European Tour order of merit this season, made a bold statement the week before The 2002 Solheim Cup ...


Rookie Hjorth relishing the challenge

How is your form going into next week? It’s pretty good, I saw my coach last week and as I’ve been struggling with my tee shots a little bit ...


In conversation with Laura Davies

What do you think your role will be next week? Obviously, I have been in all of them as has Alfie, everyone is going to be nervous, especially some ...


Sorenstam notches up ninth win

World number one Annika Sorenstam racked up her ninth worldwide win of 2002 after firing a final round 65 to snatch the Williams Championship on the LPGA by four strokes ...


Solheim Cup Player Profile: Sophie Gustafson

SOPHIE GUSTAFSON (Sweden) Sophie Gustafson has all the qualities needed to become the next dominant Swede in women’s golf. She has power, finesse, talent, determination and above all, a ...


Solheim Cup Player Profile: Maria Hjorth

MARIA HJORTH (Sweden) ‘Mimi’, as she is affectionately known on Tour, is a powerhouse, and with an accurate display of driving, can, when she is in the mood, reduce ...