Paula Creamer


How girls in their early teenage years can compete on the LPGA's biggest stages

Isabelle Khurshudyan To be young and inexperienced is usually a disadvantage in sports, but in women's golf, it is the envy of LPGA veterans.


Taiwan shocks US in women's team golf

Karrie Webb of Australia follows her tee shot on the 5th hole during round one of the International Crown.

Australia and South Korea split their matches at the eight-nation LPGA International Crown teams event on Thursday.


Karrie Webb moved to tears at LPGA tee off

Karrie Webb (left) and Minjee Lee walk to the 4th green during round one of the  International Crown

Karrie Webb moved to tears as she sang the Australian national anthem before teeing off at the inaugural LPGA International Crown.


British Open targeted by young generation

Lydia Ko of New Zealand.

Could this be the first year that a teenager wins the women’s British Open?


Aussie women in the mix at US Open golf

Minjee Lee

Australian teenager Minjee Lee and compatriot Katherine Kirk are two shots off the lead following the opening round of the US Open at Pinehurst in North Carolina.


Tiger Woods still golf's top earner as he passes $1bn for career

Tiger Woods.

World No.1 Tiger Woods has cracked $US1.3 billion ($1.45 billion) in career earnings by leading the Golf Digest 50 income list for 2013, with Australian Adam Scott coming in eighth.

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Jessica Korda wins LPGA season opener

Jessica Korda wins LPGA Tour's season-opening Bahamas Classic for her second tour title.


Women's Australian Open: Day 4 updates

Karrie Webb.

Matt Murnane Updates from Day 4 of the Women's Australian Open at the Victoria Golf Club.


Creamer would be icing on the cake for Open

Paula Creamer

Chris Wilson Former US Open champion Paula Creamer is next on the hit-list of stars for next month's Australian Open after former teenage wunderkind Michelle Wie confirmed on Thursday that she would be making her...


No Creamer, but Canberra gets 5 of the top crop for women's Open

Fleta Page Five of the top ten players in the world will hit the fairways of Royal Canberra Golf Club with three new players announced on Tuesday, but potential drawcard world No.


Canberra will spring a few surprises for the wayward: Smith

Kristie Smith

Fleta Page Five of the world's top-10 players will hit the fairways of the Royal Canberra Golf Club for the Women's Australian Open next month, but professional Kristie Smith says they might not like what they...


Teenager leads LPGA Kingsmill

Ariya Jutanugarn

Thai teenager Ariya Jutanugarn shot a seven-under-par 64 on Thursday to take a two-stroke lead after the first round of the LPGA Tour's Kingsmill Championship.


Webb spins Royal Canberra magic

Karrie Webb.

Fleta Page Seven-time major winner Karrie Webb will headline a stellar field in next year's women's Australian Open at Royal Canberra Golf Club.


Shin wins, Webb falters at British Open

Jiyai Shin.

Hoylake, England South Korea's Shin Jiyai overcame atrocious weather and survived a marathon 36-hole final day to claim a second Women's British Open at Royal Liverpool Golf Club by nine shots on Sunday.

Annika Sorenstam marries Mike McGee

Annika Sorenstam and Mike McGee were married on Saturday, four weeks after the Swedish golf star ended her Hall of Fame career.

Harrington voted GWAA player of the year

Padraig Harrington has been voted player of the year by the Golf Writers Association of America, receiving 75 per cent of the vote to end Tiger Woods' reign.

Internationals beat Asia in Lexus Cup

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.

Golfer Shin caps year with top prize

South Korea's Shin Ji-Yai won the $US1 million ($A1.64 million) top prize at the LPGA's season-ending ADT Championship.

Webb survives but Hull is ousted

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.

World No.1 hosts Ochoa Invitational

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.