England's Laura Davies has started 2008 in perfect fashion with a two stroke victory in the NSW Open at Oatlands Golf Club.
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.
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.
Chris Dutton Laura Davies is adamant she can match it with the new generation of golfing superstars in the capital this week.
David Sygall STACEY KEATING has a unique appreciation for the svelte greens, neatly manicured fairways and colourful surrounds at the Women's NSW Open.
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.
Peter Stone The former world No. 1 is looking forward to playing the renowned Royal Melbourne course.
Melissa Reid thinks Suzann Pettersen has the game to be No.1 female golfer in the world.
Frances Bondad penalised herself at last year's Canberra Ladies Classic, but when this year's tournament starts next week she will be hoping for a change of luck.
WITH a beer in one hand and celebratory handshakes occuring in the other, France's Joanna Klatten had all but wrapped up her maiden professional victory with one hole to go at last weekend's
It's not often the world of accountancy trumps the glitz and glamour of professional sport but for Lauren Stensrud life as a pro golfer just didn't add up.
Big-hitting Brit Laura Davies will be looking to stop a run-of-outs as she headlines the field in the Canberra Ladies Classic at Royal Canberra today.
Brisbane amateur Ashley Ona did not earn one cent for winning this year's Canberra Ladies Classic.
Some of the world's best female golfers could play in Canberra as soon as January after a decision to add the Australian Women's Open to the US LPGA schedule from next year.
Annika Sorenstam remained optimistic despite falling four shots behind leader Anja Monke of Germany after the third round of the Dubai Ladies Masters.
A superb second round 66 had Australia's Nikki Garrett one shot behind leader Annika Sorenstam at the halfway stage of the Dubai Ladies Masters.
England's Johanna Head stole the limelight from Swedish superstar Annika Sorenstam on the opening day of the Dubai Ladies Masters on Thursday.
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.
France's Gwladys Nocera set a new Ladies European Tour record when she won the Gothenburg Masters in Sweden with the best ever 72-hole score.
Gwladys Nocera of France has shot a seven-under 65 at the Goteborg Masters to break the Ladies European Tour's record for the lowest 54-hole total.