Most guys watch golf to catch a glimpse of Natalie Gulbis or the next hottest woman on tour.
So it is time to embrace the women that make women’s golf a little more interesting, even if they are better known for their looks rather than their games.
Here it is: the top women to ever hit the fairways. Continue reading
LPGA Golfer Cristie Kerr just like any other sports celebrity had to go through a series of challenges and life changes before they became famous for their chosen profession and passion. At a young age of 8 she was already drawn to the sport golf. Continue reading
Cristie Kerr won the Lorena Ochoa Invitational on Sunday for her first LPGA Tour victory in more than two years, and Stacy Lewis tied for fourth to wrap up the player of the year award. Kerr parred the final three holes at Guadalajara Country Club to hold off Angela Stanford and third-round leader Inbee Park by a stroke.
Coming in those last couple of holes it didn’t feel like I had won before,” Kerr said. “I kind of just squeaked in. I won by a shot. That’s all that it takes. I’ve lost plenty of tournaments by a shot, but winning by a shot feels a lot better.” Continue reading
Golf : Suzann Pettersen does not stop winning
Suzann Pettersen had the Rolex Rankings Move of the Week moving up one spot to No. 6 after winning the Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship.
Pettersen became the third player to win back-to-back events on the LPGA Tour this season, as she captured a three-shot victory. Pettersen shot a final round 3, under 69 to capture the come-from behind victory over Rolex Rankings No. 5 Inbee Park.
One week after closing out her first victory of the 2012 season at the LPGA KEB HanaBank Championship, Pettersen once again found a way to take home a trophy. But while it took her three playoff holes in South Korea for a win, Pettersen managed to pull away from her playing partners, Park and Rolex Rankings No. 1 Yani Tseng, over the final few holes this week. Continue reading