News

31/3/2003

Lebouc makes history in California

France's Patricia Meunier-Lebouc sent a message out to Europe’s Solheim Cup captain Catrin Nilsmark when she lifted the first women’s major championship of the season at the Kraft Nabisco Championship ...

28/3/2003

Open de España returns to Spanish City of learning

(Tytherington, Cheshire March 28 2003) Among the most scenic and historical locations on the Ladies European Tour circuit is Salamanca, the ‘Spanish City of learning’ in the Castilla y Leon ...

28/3/2003

Sorenstam ahead on day one

(Rancho Mirage, California, 27 March 2003) World number one Annika Sorenstam returned a 4-under par 68 to lead after the first round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship at Mission Hills ...

25/3/2003

Tour confident of Scandinavian salvage

(Tytherington, March 25 2003) The Ladies European Tour announced today that Sponsor Service, the Tournament promoters of the P4 Norwegian Masters and Danish Masters on the 2003 Ladies European Tour, ...

24/3/2003

The 2003 Solheim Cup Captain's Interviews

U.S. Captain Patty Sheehan (PS) European Captain Catrin Nilsmark (CN) Thank you both for joining us. This is our first media opportunity with the captains ...

20/3/2003

Compaq Open changes its name

When World number one Annika Sorenstam tees up at Drottningholm Golf Club from the 7th-10th August to defend the Swedish Open title , it will be in a tournament with ...

19/3/2003

LET Support Services – an Endangered Species.

The Sport Psychology service of the Ladies European Tour is in threat of extinction. Vicki Aitken, the affable Kiwi who has been the resident sport psychologist ...

3/3/2003

McKay steals the show at Terrey Hills

(Sydney, Australia, March 2 2003) Scotland’s Mhairi McKay committed the golfing equivalent of grand larceny as she snatched her maiden Tour victory at the AAMI Australian Women’s Open ahead of ...

1/3/2003

Strudwick breezes to 64 as Davies fights on

(Sydney, Australia March 1 2003) The English duo of Laura Davies and Suzanne Strudwick will head into Sunday’s final round of the $Aus500,000 AAMI Australian Open tied for the lead ...

28/2/2003

Davies provides another grandstand finish

(Sydney, Australia February 28 2003) England’s Laura Davies provided the large galleries at Terrey Hills GC with another grandstand finish to snatch the halfway lead at the $Aus500,000 AAMI Australian ...

28/2/2003

Monnet ties Tour birdie record

Marine Monnet from France tied the Ladies European Tour record for most birdies in a row when she lobbed in seven in succession on the back nine of the second ...

28/2/2003

Gymnastics good for golf says Gulbis

The LPGA Tour’s ‘It-girl’ Natalie Gulbis made her first visit to the Ladies European Tour in Australia and admitted her training for a life on the pay-for-play ranks of professional ...

28/2/2003

Luna bitten by spider

Italy’s Diana Luna was rushed to the doctor after the first round of the AAMI Australian Women’s Open with swollen glands and a large mark on her right cheek. ...

27/2/2003

Davies drives on

(Sydney, Australia February 27 2003) England’s Laura Davies carried on her impressive run of form and fired a seven under par 65 to take a one shot lead after the ...

26/2/2003

Sydney welcomes world's best

Live Scoring (Sydney, Australia, February 26 2003) Defending champion Karrie Webb from Australia heads into Thursday’s $Aus500,000 AAMI Women’s Australian Open as strong favourite to win her ...

23/2/2003

England won, Australia two and three

(Gold Coast, Australia, February 23 2003) Finally, English sports fans have something to cheer about as Laura Davies managed to do what the cricketers and the national football team failed ...

22/2/2003

Round three cancelled at ANZ Ladies Masters

(Gold Coast, Australia, February 22 2003) The third round of the ANZ Ladies Masters at Royal Pines GC has officially been abandoned after heavy overnight rain and a deluge on ...

21/2/2003

Play Suspended but Webb on Course for Number Five

(Gold Coast, Australia, February 21 2003) Torrential overnight rain delayed the start of the second round of the ANZ Ladies Masters by two hours and twenty minutes on ...

21/2/2003

Flair on the fairway.

The Ladies European Tour embraces new ideas with open arms and at the ANZ Ladies Masters, a selection of talented young designers from the Whitehouse School of Design in Sydney ...

20/2/2003

Meunier-Lebouc leads after mixed day

(Gold Coast, Australia, February 20 2003) Patricia Meunier Lebouc of France took full advantage of the soft playing conditions and some good fortune at Royal Pines GC, carding eight birdies ...

19/2/2003

The Solheim Cup - Event Information

Tickets: Tickets for The Solheim Cup 2003 at the beautiful Barsebäck Golf & Country Club in Sweden are now on sale ...

19/2/2003

Webb in peak physical form to regain Masters title

(Surfers Paradise, Queensland, February 19 2003) Australia’s Karrie Webb begins as hot favourite to regain her title at the $Aus800,000 ANZ Ladies Masters at Royal Pines resort, the first official ...

19/2/2003

Hair today, gone tomorrow

After three months away from Tour golf, some of the more famous names of the Ladies European Tour were difficult to recognise after some radical changes in the hair salons ...

19/2/2003

Brooky returns after serious injury

New Zealander Lynnette Brooky made her first appearance back to golf at the ALPG Tour Championship after breaking her left elbow in a freak accident last November. ...