By Mike Hedge Katherine Hull aspires to achieve all the things you would expect of a young, professional golfer.
Jon Tuxworth Leading Australian Katherine Hull-Kirk's recovery from the trees on the 18th capped a great tournament.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Peter Stone Five holes into So-Yeon Ryu's third round at Royal Pines, she had a five-shot lead.
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.
Brisbane amateur Ashley Ona did not earn one cent for winning this year's Canberra Ladies Classic.
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.
Australian Katherine Hull, ranked 30th in the world, has been confirmed for next month's inaugural New Zealand Women's Open in Christchurch.
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.
Tim Reynolds Australia's Karrie Webb has survived a tense three-way playoff to progress to the final round shootout for $US1 million in the 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.
World No.1 Lorena Ochoa is host of the Lorena Ochoa Invitational this week, but that won't stop her from trying to win an eighth title of LPGA Tour 2008.