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Hannah Green hoping to ride wave of Success in Bonville


Quotes of the Year

"I know how much it would mean to Karrie to make history in her home country. But I'm not apologising. I've lost play-offs in the past but ...


Review of the Year 2002

While 2001 was the year of the rookie, last season heralded a return to the familiar. Youth was still able to prosper, but some more established faces regained ...


LD states Annika is the best ever

England’s Laura Davies is among the first to announce that Annika Sorenstam is the best female golfer ever to have graced the game. Speaking to BBC Sport Online, Davies ...


Annika - Jane of the jungle according to GGIGI

Annika Sorenstam is the No. 1 golfer in the world. Tiger Woods, at No. 2, isn’t even in her rearview mirror. Annika over Tiger? No doubt about it. ...


Solheim Cup ticket discount

(London, December 18 2002) The 2003 Solheim Cup is less than a ten months away and tickets are selling quickly for this biennial golf spectacular between the finest women golfers ...


Ellen Smets voted Belgian Player of the Year

Ellen Smets, a 26-year-old Belgian professional who earned her card for the Evian Tour 2003 by finishing 13th at the Qualifying School in Grenoble, was voted Belgian Ladies ...


Tinning nominated for prestigious sporting awards

Denmark’s Iben Tinning received four prestigious nominations in her homeland for her outstanding season on the Evian Tour. The 28-year-old from Copenhagen become the first Danish female professional to win ...


Carriedo and Marti receive Royal awards

Paula Marti and Raquel Carriedo, Ladies European Tour number one players for 2002 and 2001 respectively, have been awarded the Spanish Royal Order of Merit for Sports in the bronze ...


Head wins a new kitchen in Morocco!

England’s Johanna Head notched her first victory in three years at the Princess Lalla Meriem Cup played over the red course at Dar es Salam GC outside Rabat. ...