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Karrie Webb (click to enlarge) Despite the youth uprising infiltrating the world of women’s golf, let’s not yet hand over the keys to the car to the teenage (and recently teenage) sensations just yet. 38-years young Hall of Famer Karrie Webb put on a dazzling display of final round golf to capture the 2013 ShopRite LPGA Classic. I’m not describing her efforts with superlatives simply because she won. Somebody wins every week. While each triumph... Read More »

Australia’s Karrie Webb has won the RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup. It is her second win in a row after winning the HSBC Champions last month taking her up to 38 LPGA career victories. Her final round included seven birdies and one bogey, to lead her to a one stroke victory over three time LPGA Tour winner Brittany Lincicome. Webb final score was 71, 67, 66 (204) or 12-under-par over the three days. The victory earned Webb $200,000 which she... Read More »

She’s one of the most successful golfers in the world; her flawless game has shown who she is. Besides, she’s a complete class of act in and outside the ropes, which makes her a fan favorite. Recently she won her 49th tournament, which made clear that there’s a lot more to come from Karrie Webb. She’s, without a doubt, the greatest female golfer of Australia. When she was 20 she decided to become professional and went to play... Read More »

The LPGA keeps losing events and things aren’t precisely in great shape. This year they started the season without two great tournaments, the Fileds Open and the Ginn Tribute; a couple of months ago the Kapalua LPGA Classic, which was supposed to take place in October withdrew from the schedule, this situation led to the “resignation” of Comissioner Bivens, the truth is some players decided it was time for her to leave. Of course... Read More »