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» Na Yeon Choi wins Hana Bank KOLON Championships 2009
Na Yeon Choi from South Korea shot a 5-under-par on the final day of the tournament to win the Hana Bank KOLON Championships. Choi scored a total of 10-under-par (206) over the three days to beat Yani Tseng and Maria Hjorth by one stroke. This is Choi's second win for the year earlier in the year she won the Samsung World Championship taking home $250,000 for winning the tournament. She received $255,000 for winning Read More >>
» Lorena Ochoa wins Navistar LPGA Classic 2009
World number one ranked women's golfer Lorena Ochoa successfully defended her title this year to win the Navistar LPGA Classic at the The Senator course in PRATTVILLE, Alabama.

Ochoa shot a total of 18-under-par (270) over the 4 days to win comfortably by four shots over second place winners Michelle Wie and Brittany Lang (T2) who both scored 14-under-par (274). The lowest score over the four days was from Yani Tseng who scored a 63 (9-under-par) on the 2nd day of the tournament. Read More >>
» Catriona Matthew wins Ricoh Women's British Open
Catriona Matthew scored a total of 285 or -3 under par to win the tournament by three shots over Australian Karrie Webb. Webb, who started the day eight shots behind, made an impressive chip in for eagle on the 15th and was starting to look like she had a shot at the lead after birding the 16th. Webb finished the final day with a 68 or -4 under par. Placing her second for the tournament.
» Ricoh Women's British Open
The Ricoh Women's British Open begins tomorrow at the Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club in Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire, England. Tee off times begin at 6:30. The length of the course is 6492 yards with a par of 72.

2008 British Open winner Jiyai Shin will be back again to defend her title, Shin has had a great year so far in 2009, winning the HSBC Women's Champions and Wegmans LPGA. Shin currently sits at second on the money list for 2009 behind number one Cristie Kerr. Shin will definitely be one of the leading favorites to win the event. Read More >>
» Ai Miyazato Wins Evian Masters
Ai Miyazato of Japan won the 2009 Evian Masters in a one-hole playoff against Sophie Gustafson of Sweden. It was the 24-year-old Miyazato’s first win on the LPGA Tour. Miyazato and Gustafson tied at 14-under-274 after 72 holes of regulation play. In the playoff on the 18th hole, Miyazato hit her third shot from a greenside bunker to within six feet of the hole, then sank the putt for birdie and the championship.

» 2009 Evian Masters Golf Tournament
The Evian Masters starts tomorrow at the Evian Masters Golf Club in Evian-les-Bains, France with first round tee times beginning at 7:00am. The course is a Par 72, playing to 6,373 yards, and overlooks Lake Geneva, the largest freshwater lake in western Europe which stretches out from France across and into neighbouring Switzerland Read More >>
» Eun Hee Ji wins 2009 Women's US Open
23 year old Eun-Hee Ji from South Korea has won this year's Women's US Open. Ji sunk a 15-foot birdie putt on the last hole of the tournament to win by one stroke over place winner Candie Kung, originally from Taiwan. In-Kyung Kim and Cristie Kerr both placed third (T3).

Cristie Kerr who was leading the tournament after the third round. had some trouble on the final round and ended up the day with a 75, two over par for the tournament and a total of 286

» 2009 Women's US Open
The 2009 U.S. Women's Open begins its first round tee off tomorrow at the Saucon Valley Country Club in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The Course total length is 6,740 yards, Par: 71.

A few well known players won't be joining the line up this year, among them fan favorites Michelle Wie and Natalie Gulbis. They failed to qualify under U.S. Golf Association’s revised exemption criteria, much to the disappointment of some fans. LPGA veteran Wendy Ward and rookie Vicky Hurst also failed to qualify.

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