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Annabel Dimmock wins Jabra Ladies Open


Australia, England and Sweden favourites

(George, South Africa – 10 February 2005) All 20 teams are raring to go at the inaugural Women’s World Cup of Golf, which starts tomorrow over The Links at Fancourt ...


Women's World Cup of Golf set for Friday

(George, South Africa - February 9 2005) The inaugural Women’s World Cup of Golf begins this Friday over The Links Course at the magnificent Fancourt Hotel and Country Club Estate ...


Wie receives exemption for Weetabix

Teenage prodigy Michelle Wie will this year play in her first Women's British Open on a special exemption, the Ladies' Golf Union (LGU) said on Monday. ...


LGU change gender policy

The Ladies' Golf Union has finalised a Gender Policy Document that will now be an integral element of the Conditions of Competition for all championships run under the auspices of ...


Young Loh lights up Samsung Ladies Masters

When Melissa Loh lines up for her early-morning PE class come Monday, the diminutive Singaporean should have something of an edge on her schoolmates.


Kang pays the price of fame in Korea

One of the hotly tipped future stars of Korean golf is Soo Yun Kang, who, after a successful start to her professional golf career, has now become so ...


Song snatches Samsung from Sörenstam

(Singapore, February 5 2005) Korean Bo Bae Song narrowly avoided a remarkable collapse with a clutch birdie putt at the final hole to win the $30,000 first prize at the ...


Sorenstam five behind Korean phenom

(Singapore 4 February 2005) Charlotta Sörenstam from Sweden carded a course record eight under par 64 during the second round of the $200,000 Samsung Ladies Masters and is the nearest ...


SA Business supports Women’s World Cup of Golf

(Johannesburg, 2 February 2005) South African companies have thrown their full financial weight behind the inaugural Women’s World Cup of Golf at the Fancourt Hotel and Country Club Estate from ...