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Suzann Pettersen successfully defended her title shooting a final-round of 69 or 3-under-par to win the Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship and take her 14th career LPGA Tour victory. This is Pettersen fourth victory for 2013 and she is chasing just behind Inbee Park to become the best female ranked golfer in the world. Inbee Park is the current top ranked female golfer on the rolex rankings with a string of victories earlier in the year winning six... Read More »

Suzann Pettersen winner of 11 LPGA tour tournaments including one major tournement posed naked for ESPN magazine. The 32 year old from Oslo, Norway had no problem joining the list of world famous athletes that have appeared naked. Pettersen is the sixth golfer to pose naked for the ESPN magazine, the others include Christina Kim and Sandra Gal. Suzann Pettersen said she tried to diet before the photo shoot, however it didn’t last long not that... Read More »

Suzann Pettersen fired a 7-under-par 64 on the last day of  the Safeway Classic to finish with 207 or 6-under-par for the tournament. Pettersen then had to wait over two hours as the remainder of the field finished their rounds. Na Yeon Choi, the second-round leader, was nine strokes ahead of Pettersen at the start the day, but lost her chance of a clear victory when she finished the day with a two-over 73. Na Yeon Choi bogeyed the final hole... Read More »

After one month of inactivity, the LPGA players are back to continue with this year’s schedule. This is the first tournament that they’ll play in US soil, since the first two tournaments were celebrated in Asia. So, expect coverage for all and lots of fans following their favorites. This is an inaugural event and will be played in California. As expected, the field includes the best of the best, 17 of the top 20 Rolex Rankings players... Read More »

Just as it was expected, last Friday the IOC approved the inclusion of golf into Rio de Janeiro 2016 program. The news buried other sport’s hopes, such as baseball, softball, squash, karate and others.Golf debuted in Paris 1900 and the last time it was part of the Olympic Games was in St. Louis 1904. Golf’s comeback isn’t a surprise, the International Golf Federation used as many resources as it had and had the best players in the world to speak... Read More »

Sophie Gustafson never gave up and fought fiercely and hold off Lorena Ochoa, who hasn’t won since April, when she lifted the Corona Championship trophy at Morelia, Michoacán. This was Sophie Gustafson’s first victory in the LPGA since 2003 when she won the Samsung World Championship. From the first round of the CVS Pharmacy LPGA Challenge, Gustafson shot the best round of the day with a 65. Her closest rival was a Mexican, but not... 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 »