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Swedes search for Major success at Jabra Ladies Open


Rebecca Hood-son

Having a nickname on Tour is a rite of passage for all players and England’s Rebecca Hudson is no exception when she was christened with a new moniker at the ...


Icher splits from caddie

Karine Icher from France will begin the 2003 Evian Tour season without her long time caddie Jean-Michelle Neuville, one of the most animated bagmen on the Tour. ...


Annika comes up trumps for the 13th time

Sweden's Annika Sorenstam ended the 2002 season the way most believed she would - by winning her second-straight tournament and 13th worldwide title of the year at the season-ending ADT ...


Maconi wins Tour school in thrilling finish

(Grenoble, France, November 2 2002) Isabella Maconi from Italy rolled in a 30 foot eagle putt at the final hole to snatch victory by one shot at the 2002 Evian ...


Maconi bounces back

(Grenoble, France November 2002) Isabella Maconi from Italy fired a flawless six under par 67 to lead after the third round of the Ladies European Tour qualifying school at Golf ...


Pilgrim progresses at Tour school to share lead

(Grenoble, France 31 October 2002) Eleanor Pilgrim from Wales and Gwladys Nocera from France share the lead on nine under par after the second round of the Ladies European Tour ...


French pair lead after the rounds of their lives

(Grenoble, France, 30 October 2002) Karine Mathiot and Gwladys Nocera from France carded the lowest scores of their lives to share the lead after the first round of the Evian ...


Qualifying School for 2003 Season

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CONDITIONS OF PLAY HAVE BEEN AMENDED. REFER TO NOTE 3 (additional information - conditions of play) BELOW. VENUE Golf Grenoble Charmeil, ...


Hudson leads talented newcomers at Tour school

(Grenoble, France 29 October 2002) One hundred and thirty one players representing 25 different countries arrived at the foothills of the French Alps to compete for a place on next ...