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18/3/2005

Maria Beautell secures maiden victory

Maria Beautell from Tenerife, who turned professional just under a year ago, took the title at the 2005 Nedbank Women’s SA Masters at Killarney Golf Club today. ...

16/3/2005

LET announce Werdinig as Marketing Director

(Cheshire, England – March 16 2005) Lizza Moya, Managing Director of the Robe di Kappa Ladies European Tour, announced today the appointment of Christine Werdinig as Marketing Director. ...

11/3/2005

Maritz wins Telkom Women’s Classic

PRETORIA (11 March 2005) – Laurette Maritz birdied her final two holes for a two-stroke victory in the Telkom Women’s Classic at Zwartkop Country Club on Friday, which ...

11/3/2005

LGU announce research project to develop golf

A significant piece of research to establish a benchmark for the future of the game for women in Great Britain and Ireland is to be commissioned by the Ladies’ Golf ...

10/3/2005

Maritz tied for lead in Telkom Women’s Classic

PRETORIA (10 March 2005) – South Africa's Laurette Maritz and 18-year-old amateur Lumien Lausberg finished the second round of the Telkom Women’s Classic in a five-way tie for ...

8/3/2005

Boden's seven-shot win in Acer Women’s SA Open

(Johannesburg - 4 March 2005) Sweden’s Maria Boden won the Acer Women’s SA Open by a convincing seven shots at the Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club on ...

27/2/2005

Miyazato caught in Karrie's Webb

(Gold Coast, Australia – February 27 2005) Karrie Webb from Australia served up notice that she is revisiting her finest form by winning her fifth ANZ Ladies Masters title at ...

26/2/2005

Webb and Ekelundh chase Miyazato

(Gold Coast, Australia – February 26 2005) Ai Miyazato from Japan heads into the final round the $Aus800,000 ANZ Ladies Masters with a three shot lead after posting a two ...

25/2/2005

Dates announced for PING Junior Solheim Cup

(Cheshire, England – February 25 2005) The third staging of the PING Junior Solheim Cup will take place at The Bridgewater Club, Carmel, Indiana, USA on ...

25/2/2005

Miyazato extends lead at Royal Pines

(Surfers Paradise, Australia – February 25 2005) Ai Miyazato from Japan extended her first round lead at the $Aus800,000 ANZ Ladies Masters after tacking on a four under par 68 ...

25/2/2005

Teenage invasion continues at Royal Pines

(Surfers Paradise, Australia – February 25 2005) The teenage invasion continued during the early play of the second round at the $Aus800,000 ANZ Ladies Masters at Royal Pines Resort as ...

24/2/2005

Miyazato cards course record to lead ANZ

(Gold Coast, Australia – February 24 2005) The hype surrounding the arrival of Japanese sensation Ai Miyazato before the $800,000 ANZ Ladies Masters began proved to be entirely justified as ...

23/2/2005

Stupples aiming to go one better in Australia

(Surfers Paradise, Australia – February 23 2005) England’s Karen Stupples hopes to go one place better this year at the $Aus800,000 ANZ Ladies Masters, which starts Thursday at Royal Pines ...

22/2/2005

Vandals hit ANZ Ladies Masters

In an act of shocking vandalism, an unknown chemical substance has been directly sprayed onto three of the greens at Royal Pines Resort, home of the ANZ Ladies Masters for ...

22/2/2005

Vandals hit ANZ Ladies Masters

In an act of shocking vandalism, an unknown chemical substance has been directly sprayed onto three of the greens at Royal Pines Resort, home of the ANZ Ladies Masters for ...

22/2/2005

Johnson and Arricau receive invites to Nabisco

England’s Trish Johnson and Stephanie Arricau from France make up two of the international invitations for this year’s first major, the Kraft Nabisco Championship, held at Mission Hills Country Club ...

20/2/2005

Hull earns maiden win on ALPG Tour

(Sunshine Coast, Queensland – February 20 2005) Local favourite Katherine Hull from Sunrise Beach delighted the gallery with a final round two under par 70 to win the Titanium Enterprises ...

19/2/2005

Good day for Knight on Sunshine coast

(Sunshine Coast, Australia – February 19 2005) Anne-Marie Knight from Australia takes a one shot lead over compatriots Fiona Pike and Katherine Hull heading into Sunday’s final round of the ...

16/2/2005

Women may have the chance to play in The Open

According to reports on the newswires this morning across the UK, organisers of The Open Championship are set to give women the chance to qualify for golf's oldest major ...

13/2/2005

Japan survive scare to win World Cup

(George, South Africa – February 13 2005) Japan has won the inaugural Women’s World Cup of Golf. But the youngest pair in this inaugural $1million event did not make life ...

13/2/2005

Media Gallery

A brief snapshot of the week in pictures at the Women's World Cup of Golf. For more pictures from the week go to the media gallery section on the official ...

12/2/2005

Moodie and Matthew flying the flag at World Cup

(George, South Africa February 10 2005) The Saltire - the Scottish flag - was the only thing visible from ground level when standing in between the giant sand dunes of ...

11/2/2005

Canada and Italy share the lead on seven under

(George, South Africa February 10 2005) Team Canada and Team Italy share the lead on seven under par 66 after the first round of the inaugural Women’s World Cup of ...