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7/7/2003

No European hat-trick at the US Open

Sweden’s Annika Sorenstam and Scotland’s Mhairi McKay just missed out on the chance of winning the third major championship of the year and making it a European hat-trick of majors ...

6/7/2003

McKay slips - Sorenstam announces intentions

If Scotland's Mhairi McKay is to win her first major championship on Sunday evening, she will have to do it the hard way as she slipped to three shots behind ...

5/7/2003

McKay survives triple bogey to extend lead

Scotland’s Mhairi McKay extended her lead at the Women’s US Open to four shots at the halfway mark, despite racking up a triple bogey seven on her final hole at ...

4/7/2003

Eight birdie Mckay off and running

Scotland’s Mhairi McKay fired a five under par 66 and takes a commanding lead after the opening round of the Women’s US Open at Pumpkin Ridge in Oregon. ...

22/6/2003

Solheim update – Sanchez consolidates position

Ana Belen Sanchez from Spain has hardly been considered so far this year for a Solheim Cup place, but the amiable 27-year-old from Malaga has been a model of consistency ...

22/6/2003

Brooky defends after Sunday drama

(Arras 22 June 2003) Lynnette Brooky from New Zealand successfully defended her title after holding off England’s Trish Johnson and Norway’s Vibeke Stensrud on a dramatic final day at the ...

21/6/2003

Brooky and Stensrud lead in France

(Arras, June 21 2003) After a day of blazing sunshine at Le Golf d’Arras, defending champion Lynnette Brooky from New Zealand shares the third round lead on nine under par ...

20/6/2003

Johnson and Brooky lead at halfway

(Arras, France June 20 2003) England’s Trish Johnson and Lynnette Brooky from New Zealand share the halfway lead on six under par after the second round of the €275,000 Open ...

19/6/2003

Three tied after tough day in France

(Arras, June 19 2003) After a day of high winds and the threat of a storm, three players battled the tough conditions to share the first round lead of the ...

18/6/2003

LET returns to Northern Ireland

(Tytherington, June 13 2003) The Ladies European Tour announced today the return of a Tournament in Northern Ireland to its 2003 schedule after a break of 16 years when Scotland’s ...

18/6/2003

Wales WPGA Championship full of stars

Three of Wales’ top women golfers will join a host of luminaries from the Evian Ladies European Tour at the £400,000 Wales WPGA Championship of Europe this year. England’s Laura ...

18/6/2003

Johnson aiming for French double

(Arras, France, June 18 2003) England’s Trish Johnson headlines the field at this week’s €275,000 Open de France Dames at Le Golf d’Arras in the Pas de Calais region of ...

17/6/2003

Watch the Ladies Irish Open.....

After the excitement of the weekend's event with Sophie Gustafson beating the course record, here's your chance to see it for yourself! Tuesday 17th June 2003 ...

17/6/2003

TV Times for the Ladies Irish Open

The Ladies Irish Open can be seen on the following channels at the follwoing times: Sky Sports 2: June 17th - 20.00 ...

15/6/2003

Gustafson cruises to third Irish victory

(Killarney, June 15 2003) Sweden’s Sophie Gustafson snared her second win in eight months with a level par 73 in the final round to win her third Irish Open title ...

14/6/2003

Gustafson shoots 63 - Davies to shoot Gustafson!

(Killarney, June 14 2003) Sweden’s Sophie Gustafson opened up a five shot lead after the second round of the €165,000 Ladies Irish Open in association with Bord Failte, setting a ...

13/6/2003

Big guns blazing at Irish Open

(Killarney, Ireland, June 13 2003) Scoring was as hot as the weather conditions in County Kerry as England’s Laura Davies and Sophie Gustafson from Sweden royally entertained the galleries at ...

12/6/2003

Tour welcomes back star names for Irish Open

(Killarney, Ireland, June 12 2003) A host of luminaries in women’s golf return to the Ladies European Tour for this week’s €165,000 Ladies Irish Open in association with Bord Failte ...

9/6/2003

Annika wins fifth major

Annika Sorenstam is notorious for setting goals for herself and is even more well-known for going out and achieving them. Sorenstam had repeatedly said one of her main remaining goals ...

1/6/2003

Foundation to salvage Dutch Open

Four members at the Kennemer Golf and Country Club near Zandevoort have begun a foundation to reinstate the Ladies Dutch Open to the LET schedule. Ernst V.W ...

1/6/2003

Koch confirms for Irish and French Open

Sweden’s Solheim Cup star Carin Koch will make a welcome return to Tour golf after giving birth to her second son last April and has confirmed to play in the ...

1/6/2003

Elder stateswoman Dassu wins in Spain

(Salamanca June 1 2003) At 44-years-old, Italy’s Federica Dassu became the oldest winner in the history of the Ladies European Tour after her two shot victory at the Open de ...

31/5/2003

Auffret two clear in Spain

(Salamanca May 31 2003) Virginie Auffret from France controlled her nerves during Saturday at the €250,000 Open de España Feminino in Salamanca and heads into the fourth and final round ...

30/5/2003

Dibs rues storm delay in Salamanca

(Salamanca, May 30 2003) A thunder and lightning delay at the €250,000 Open de Espana Femenino came at exactly the wrong time for Australia’s Corinne Dibnah, who, after the end ...

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