Katherine Hull

Katherine Hull close to Aussie Open lead

By Mike Hedge Katherine Hull aspires to achieve all the things you would expect of a young, professional golfer.

Golf

Teen sensation for tilt at Australian Ladies Masters golf

454113941 (1).jpg

Brilliant English teenager Charley Hull has joined the field for the Australian Ladies Masters.

Golf

Coaching from greats essential to develop youngsters' careers

CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA - MARCH 22:  Karrie Webb of Australia poses for a portrait on March 22, 2011 at the Industry Hills Golf Club in the City of Industry, California.  (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

Jon Tuxworth Veteran Australian golfers Lindsey Wright and Karen Lunn believe young players need to be mentored by former stars as Karrie Webb continues to fight a lone battle in the world rankings.

Golf

Wright opens up over dark side of tour

Jon Tuxworth Lindsey Wright has spoken out about the dark side to tour life, insisting her battle with depression has changed her outlook on the game.

Ko off to a sensational start at Open

Amateur golf sensation Lydia Ko from New Zealand playing the Oatlands course during the Pro-Am in preparation for the defence of her title in the womens NSW Open beginning tomorrow. 24th January 2013 Photo Dallas Kilponen

Jon Tuxworth Teenage golf sensation Lydia Ko has made a spectacular start to her Australian Open campaign in pristine conditions at Royal Canberra this morning.

Golf

Don't write off Webb's hopes just yet, Korean rival warns

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 14:  Karrie Webb of Australia reacts during day one of the ISPS Handa Australian Open at Royal Canberra Golf Club on February 14, 2013 in Canberra, Australia.  (Photo by Stefan Postles/Getty Images)

Jon Tuxworth Korean Jiyai Shin has issued a warning to those willing to dismiss Karrie Webb's Australian Open hopes - do so at your own peril.

Golf

Australian Open day two highlights

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 14:  Stacy Lewis of the United States reacts during day one of the ISPS Handa Australian Open at Royal Canberra Golf Club on February 14, 2013 in Canberra, Australia.  (Photo by Stefan Postles/Getty Images)

Jon Tuxworth World No.3 Stacy Lewis made every hacker feel a lot better after she made a mess of her bunker play on the par-three 13th.

Golf

Australian Open day four highlights

Jon Tuxworth

Jon Tuxworth Leading Australian Katherine Hull-Kirk's recovery from the trees on the 18th capped a great tournament.

Shin wins Women's Australian Open

Shin

One of the best shots of South Korean star Jiyai Shin’s life delivered her an eleventh LPGA win at the Women’s Australian Open golf tournament in Canberra.

Golf

Webb on form for St Andrews

Karrie Webb.

Neil Harvey Karrie Webb can thank Inbee Park for allowing her to fly under the radar in her tilt for a fourth Women's British Open title.

Golf

Webb in stellar form for assault on the Old Course

Karrie Webb

Neil Harvey Karrie Webb can thank Inbee Park for allowing her to fly under the radar in her tilt for a fourth Women's British Open title.

Stacey Lewis captures British Open as Park flops

Stacy Lewis.

ST ANDREWS: Stacy Lewis's love affair with the Old Course continued at St Andrews on Sunday when she finished birdie, birdie to win the Women's British Open.

Golf

Lewis' late birdie blitz lands Open

Stacy Lewis putts on the 14th green during the fourth round of the Women's British Open golf championship.

St Andrews Stacy Lewis' love affair with the Old Course continues at St Andrews.

Golf

Teenager steals the show

Generic golf

GOLF Amateur Ashley Ona holds her nerve to upstage a strong field of professionals and win the ALPG Tour's Royal Canberra Ladies Classic.

Shin's dream Open start

Martin Blake GOLF Jiyai Shin was fresh from a good night's sleep and came to Commonwealth to see the winds were light and the damp greens receptive.

Golf

Ryu may rue third day as challengers move in

Peter Stone Five holes into So-Yeon Ryu's third round at Royal Pines, she had a five-shot lead.

Season 2011 a mistake, says Hull

A refreshed and determined Katherine Hull admits she should have heeded her Irish caddie and quit the 2011 US LPGA Tour season shortly after it began.

Canberra Classic champ Ona chips in for defence

Brisbane amateur Ashley Ona did not earn one cent for winning this year's Canberra Ladies Classic.

Shark wins senior player of year award

John Coomber Greg Norman's romance-filled tilt at the British Open has earned him the Senior Player of the Year award from a leading golf magazine.

Hull confirmed for NZ Women's Open

Australian Katherine Hull, ranked 30th in the world, has been confirmed for next month's inaugural New Zealand Women's Open in Christchurch.