Laura Davies


Laura Davies tees off at NSW Open for long shot at Rio

Alex Nicholson English golfing legend Laura Davies believes she is a genuine chance of taking out the Women's NSW Open, and has warned other competitors to write her off at their peril.

Laura Davies win NSW Open women's golf

England's Laura Davies has started 2008 in perfect fashion with a two stroke victory in the NSW Open at Oatlands Golf Club.

St Andrews' vote to permit women golfers at club receives widespread praise

ST ANDREWS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 01:  Paula Creamer of USA performs a cartwheel on the 18th fairway during the Pro-Am prior to the 2007 Ricoh Women's British Open held on the Old Course at St Andrews on August 1, 2007 in St Andrews, Scotland.  (Photo by Warren Little /Getty Images)

Danielle Rossingh Sponsors and women golfers, including four-time major champion Laura Davies of Britain, welcomed a move by The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews in Scotland to allow female members.

Rebecca Artis is runner up at Helsingborg

Australia's defending champion Rebecca Artis has finished runner up to Dewi Claire Schreefel at the Helsingborg Open in Sweden.

Kristie Smith leads way in NSW Open

Kristie Smith

Alex Nicholson Western Australia's Kristie Smith shot a seven under 65 to take the lead at the end of the opening round of the NSW Women's Open at Oatlands on Friday.


France’s Joanna Klatten wins Women’s NSW Open with course record 63

Joanna Klatten

Alex Nicholson France's Joanna Klatten shot a course-record nine under 63 to win the NSW Women's Open at Oatlands on Sunday.


Nikki Campbell happy and hoping even better to come

Lee Gaskin Canberra's Nikki Campbell hopes her strong performance during the Women's NSW Open is a sign of things to come for the rest of the Australian summer.


Karrie Webb favourite to win Ladies masters again

Former world No.1 a phenomenal 262-under-par for her career on the Royal Pines course.


Tiger Woods' niece shoots to lead at Australian Ladies Masters

GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 06:  Cheyenne Woods of the United States looks on during day one of the 2014 Ladies Masters at Royal Pines Resort on February 6, 2014 on the Gold Coast, Australia.  (Photo by Matt Roberts/Getty Images)

Ed Jackson American Cheyenne Woods has shown it's not just her uncle who can tame a golf course as she surged into the lead at the Australian Ladies Masters.

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Pornanong wins Dubai Ladies Masters

Josh Charles Thailand's world number 47 Pornanong Phatlum ended her year on a high when she produced sensational golf over the closing stretch of the Majlis course to beat American world number three Stacy Lewis...


From the paddock to the putting green

Stacey Keating

David Sygall STACEY KEATING has a unique appreciation for the svelte greens, neatly manicured fairways and colourful surrounds at the Women's NSW Open.

Keating shrugs off costly late stumbles

Stacey Keating

Wayne Heming VICTORIAN country girl Stacey Keating refused to beat herself up after blowing a golden opportunity to lead after the opening round of the Australian Ladies Masters at Royal Pines on Friday.


Davies, with teens in sight, eyes off title No. 85

Chris Dutton Laura Davies is adamant she can match it with the new generation of golfing superstars in the capital this week.


Age no handicap for these masters of longevity game

SPORT: Mabel Couch, 69 of Mildura Victoria and Tom Sample 92 of Bonnie Doon will playing in the Masters Golf comp at Gungahlin Lakes golf course. . 9th April 2013. Photo by MELISSA ADAMS of The Canberra Times..

Chris Wilson While Chinese 14-year-old Guan Tianlang will become the youngest player to ever contest the US Masters, 69-year-old Mabel Crouch is not convinced he will last.


Rebecca Artis wins Helsingborg Open on Ladies European Tour

Rebecca Artis.

Australian golfer Rebecca Artis has won the Helsingborg Open by one shot over Swede Caroline Hedwall for her first victory on the Ladies European Tour.

Shin's dream Open start

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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.


Aussie rookie Whitaker finishes fourth in Austria

Alison Whitaker

Swedish golfer Caroline Hedwall completed a successful defence of her Ladies Austrian Open title, finishing four strokes clear in her first tournament since a two-month injury lay-off.


Davies in line to test the top 10

Peter Stone The former world No. 1 is looking forward to playing the renowned Royal Melbourne course.

Suzann doesn't need Yani more drive

Suzann doesn't need Yani more drive

Melissa Reid thinks Suzann Pettersen has the game to be No.1 female golfer in the world.