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2/9/2002

Sheehan announces USA Solheim team

(Springfield, Illinois, September 1 2002) - Seven Solheim Cup veterans and five Solheim rookies comprise the 12-person US Solheim Cup Team, which was announced by U.S. Captain Patty Sheehan. The ...

25/8/2002

Reid chooses wild cards amid controversy

(Porthcawl, August 25 2002) At the close of the Wales WPGA Championship, European Solheim Cup captain Dale Reid announced her twelve players for this year’s seventh edition of The Solheim ...

25/8/2002

Gottmo wins at the Wales WPGA Championship

(Porthcawl, August 25 2002) Sweden’s Asa Gottmo fired a final round two under par 71 to snatch the £60,000 winners cheque at the Wales WPGA Championship of Europe at Royal ...

24/8/2002

Jo three A-Head of Solheim jumble

(Porthcawl, August 24 2002) England’s Johanna Head is on course for her first Tour victory as she takes a three shot lead into the final round of the £400,000 Wales ...

23/8/2002

Tinning on top in Wales

(Porthcawl, August 23 2002) At the beginning of the week, Iben Tinning knew she had to perform strongly to realise her dream of becoming the first Dane to represent Europe ...

22/8/2002

Duffy leads and Scandinavians in Solheim seats

(Porthcawl, August 22 2002)England’s Claire Duffy opted out of semi-retirement and returned to Tour life by snatching the first round lead on six under par at the £400,000 Wales WPGA ...

21/8/2002

Solheim race is on in Wales

(Porthcawl, August 21 2002) The cream of the Evian Ladies European Tour have converged on the sun kissed links of Royal Porthcawl beside the Bristol Channel to fight for the ...

20/8/2002

Annika drops wildcard hints

Dale Reid is legendary for keeping her Solheim Cup team thoughts to herself and surprising everyone when she announces the wild cards, as she did in 2000. ...

20/8/2002

Reid denies ‘giving anyone the nod’

Solheim Cup Captain Dale Reid was under considerable pressure at the Compaq Open to admit that she had given a few players ‘the nod’ for the wild card picks for ...

18/8/2002

Sorenstam by five - Solheim strategy revealed

(Helsingborg, August 18 2002) World number one Annika Sorenstam cruised to her eighth victory of the season with a final round two under par 70 to lift the Compaq Open ...

17/8/2002

Davies leads the chase

(Helsingborg, August 17 2002) Over nineteen thousand spectators witnessed World number one Annika Sorenstam extend her lead to six shots heading into the final round of the £325,000 Compaq Open. ...

16/8/2002

Sorenstam surges on with course record

(Helsingborg, August 16 2002) Stamping her authority all over the £325,000 Compaq Open, World number one Annika Sorenstam rattled of a new course record six under par 66 to lead ...

16/8/2002

Decision time looms for Reid

On Sunday evening after the final round of the Wales WPGA Championship of Europe, European Solheim Cup captain Dale Reid has the invidious task of announcing her five wild cards ...

15/8/2002

Swedes hit top gear again

LIVE TV COVERAGE (Helsingborg, August 15 2002) World number one Annika Sorenstam bounced back from the ignominy of missing cut the Weetabix Women’s British Open ...

15/8/2002

WATCH THE COMPAQ OPEN LIVE

Thanks to our new found best friends at www.golf.se they have provided an full uninterrupted television feed over the internet. There is also live television in the ...

14/8/2002

Sorenstam returns home but Reid has headache

(Helsingborg, August 14 2002) World number one Annika Sorenstam makes a welcome return to her homeland as she heads the field for the £325,000 Compaq Open at the delightful Vasatorp ...

14/8/2002

Nilsmark announced as 2003 European captain

The Evian Ladies European Tour are delighted to announce the captain for The Solheim Cup 2003 European Team – five time Solheim Cup player, Catrin Nilsmark from Sweden. ...

11/8/2002

Webb cruises to sixth major victory

(Turnberry, August 14 2002) Australia’s Karrie Webb demonstrated a ruthless display of iron play and putting during the final round of the £1,000,000 Weetabix Women’s British Open as she came ...

10/8/2002

Koch vows to pay attention

(Turnberry, August 10 2002) Sweden’s Carin Koch vowed to make sure she will look at the scoreboards during the final round of the £1,000,000 Weetabix Women’s British Open at Turnberry ...

10/8/2002

Who will make history on Sunday

If Australia’s Karrie Webb wins tomorrow afternoon, she would achieve the LPGA’s “Super Career Grand Slam,” which means she has won the five different major championship titles available in her ...

9/8/2002

Koch and Kung lead - Karrie Chasing

(Turnberry, Scotland, August 9 2002) Sweden’s Carin Koch heads into the weekend of the £1,000,000 Weetabix Women’s British Open sharing the lead on eight under par and determined to emulate ...

9/8/2002

Top stars miss the weekend

Sixty six players made the cut of one over par for the Weetabix Women's British Open, but some of the top names in women’s golf will be watching the drama ...

9/8/2002

Karrie Webb posts clubhouse lead on -7

Australia's Karrie Webb fired a second round one under par 71 in tougher conditions thanks to two eagles and a lot of grit and determination. Webb, in ...

8/8/2002

Kung unwraps course record present at Turnberry

(Turnberry, Scotland, August 8 2002) Candie Kung from Taiwan leapt to the top of the leaderboard after setting a new course record seven under par 65 in the first round ...