Annika Sorenstam and Mike McGee were married on Saturday, four weeks after the Swedish golf star ended her Hall of Fame career.
Wayne Heming It's the safest bet in sport: Karrie Webb winning the Ladies Masters at Royal Pines.
Queensland's Karrie Webb has claimed an eighth Australian Ladies Masters title at Royal Pines, winning the 54-hole tournament by two shots after a closing round of five-under 67.
Dutchwoman Christel Boeljon hadn't made the cut in three previous attempts but she held her nerve at Royal Pines on the Gold Coast yesterday.
Melissa Reid thinks Suzann Pettersen has the game to be No.1 female golfer in the world.
Brisbane amateur Ashley Ona did not earn one cent for winning this year's Canberra Ladies Classic.
Peter Stone Rhein Gibson is now the talk of the golfing world after a 16-under 55 in Oklahoma.
Annika Sorenstam ended her glorious career, fittingly with a birdie on the final hole, but could not produce enough magic to win the Dubai Ladies Masters.
Harrison Frazar shot a 59 in the fourth round of the US PGA Tour qualifying tournament, the first player in eight years to hit golf's magic number at Q-school.
US golfer Cristina Kim birdied the last to give the Internationals a nailbiting 12.5/11.5 win over Asia at the Lexus Cup to avenge their drubbing last year.
South Korea's Shin Ji-Yai won the $US1 million ($A1.64 million) top prize at the LPGA's season-ending ADT Championship.
Tim Reynolds Annika Sorenstam's storied US LPGA Tour career ended on Friday when she missed the cut at the ADT Championship.
Australian Katherine Hull fired a four-under par 68 to grab a one-stroke lead after the first round of the LPGA ADT Championship.
Robert Grant Karrie Webb's 12-year reign as Australia's queen of the international golf tour is coming under a new threat.
Carlos Rodriguez Australia's Katherine Hull is in third place two strokes behind leader Angela Stanford going into Sunday's final round of the LPGA event in Mexico.
Woods has featured in a video watched by the International Olympic Committee as the International Golf Federation made their case for inclusion in the Olympics.
Annika Sorenstam defeated Ye Liying in the second hole of a playoff at the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open, giving the Swede her fourth title of the season.
Norway's Suzann Pettersen posted an even-par 72 to retain a share of the lead after the second round of the $US1.5 million LPGA Kapalua Classic.
Janie McCauley Paula Creamer's third-round 68 in the Samsung World Championship gave her a one-stroke advantage on Saturday with Australian Katherine Hull in third place.
South Korea's women's British Open champion Ji-Yai Shin fired a five-under 67 to take the first-round lead in the LPGA Samsung World Championship.