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23/8/2006

Davies and Pettersen headline SAS Masters

Laura DAvies “My big goal is to win the money list – I want to win that again. Obviously last week by finishing second I beat Gwladys by a few thousand ...

20/8/2006

Wessberg claims maiden victory in Wales

“I was very nervous on that last hole,” said Wessberg. “I was looking at score boards all day and I’m a match play player so I would say that ...

18/8/2006

Wessberg leads in Wales

Australia’s Nikki Garrett Wessberg spent four years at Oklahoma State University where the wind can be notoriously strong in autumn and spring and has been educated in mastering the elements. She ...

18/8/2006

Brewerton and Wessberg lead in Wales

Joint leader Linda Wessberg Brewerton, 23, added: “The wind was a lot stronger today and more difficult so I think the draw has evened itself over the past two days. “It ...

17/8/2006

Brewerton and Walker lead Wales Ladies Championship

Sophie Walker Walker, a two-time Daily Telegraph Junior Champion, fired four birdies in a row from the tenth hole to move to six-under and then sank a 12 foot putt at ...

13/8/2006

Sorenstam completes brilliant Swedish title defence

However Sorenstam played an accomplished shot to eight feet at the final hole to claim victory, while Ochoa, who leads the US money rankings, had to be content with her ...

12/8/2006

Sorenstam and Ochoa share lead at TPC

World no.1 Annika England’s Laura Davies, who has posted three second places in Europe so far this season, shared fifth place at five shots back with Scot Catriona Matthew and Italian ...

11/8/2006

Ochoa gives Sorenstam a run for her money

Lorena is interviewed by the media The 24-year-old from Guadalajara eagled the 17th, which was her eighth hole, hitting her driver more than 300 yards and then playing a six-iron 165 ...

11/8/2006

Annika two ahead on home ground

Annika Sorenstam Stupples’ round included four birdies, two bogeys and a tap-in eagle at the 14th hole, where she hit her three wood to six inches. Stupples, playing in her ...