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Tseng and Ko ready for Canberra Showdown
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The current World No.1 amateur Lydia Ko and World No.1 professional Yani Tseng pictured together at Commonwealth Golf Club in February 2011, when Tseng successfully defended the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open and Ko was the leading amateur in a tie for 12th place. In 2012 at Royal Melbourne, Tseng tied for 8th, while Ko tied for 19th. Will the 15-year-old Ko be able to better Tseng this year, or will Tseng capture the title for a third time?... more ....

 
Preview Interviews with Yani Tseng, Stacy Lewis, Karrie Webb, Michelle Wie and Jessica Korda, the defending champion, at Royal Canberra.
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No. 1 Yani Tseng has admitted time and time again she was looking for answers for some of her inconsistent play in 2012. But the Taiwan native hopes some wisdom from her mom recently can confirm good vibes she has felt heading into the 2013 season.

Well Yani, number 1 in the world.  Do you see yourself winning around here this week?
I think yes because I feel pretty good.  This is my first tournament of the year and I’m very excited and I love Australia.  I came here every year to play and to have a holiday, so I’m very familiar for Australia and playing at Royal Canberra, this is a great golf course.... more....

 
All set for ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open at Royal Canberra
ISPS Handa

The Ladies European Tour returns to Australia this week for the third tournament of the 2013 season, taking place in the country’s capital, Canberra.

A field of 157 players will be playing for a $1.2 million USD/ €937,500purse in the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open at Royal Canberra Golf Club.

It will be the club’s first time hosting the event and will be included as part of the city’s centenary celebration.... more....

 
Exploring the Australian lifestyle: Surf Lifesaving
surf

Surfing encapsulates the great Australian way of life and the sport shares many similarities with golf in that it presents the ideal opportunity to be healthy, active and positive. Here we investigate the Australian lifestyle.

Australians have always loved the beach and surfing has become a national pastime, however, statistics demonstrate that the ocean presents many dangers. The volunteer surf lifesaving movement was born in 1907 at Bondi beach in Sydney to protect and save the lives of the bathing public.... more....

 
Lydia Ko, 15, enjoys historic win at ISPS Handa NZ Women’s Open in Christchurch
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Amid a drama-filled final half hour, 15-year-old Lydia Ko has created history to win the ISPS Handa NZ Women’s Open in Christchurch.

Ko made a clutch three foot putt on the final hole to become the first Kiwi to win the New Zealand Women’s Open and the youngest player to ever win a Ladies European Tour event.

As the nerves left, tears of joy streamed down Ko’s face as she came to terms with her third professional win from only 12 events.... more....

 
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ISDS Order of Merit
  P L A Y E R Euros
1 Amelia LEWIS 34,177.33
2 Stacey KEATING 29,324.04
3 Ariya JUTANUGARN 19,429.50
4 Nikki CAMPBELL 11,394.77
5 Pernilla LINDBERG 10,925.51
6 Jessica KORDA 10,800.00
7 Elizabeth BENNETT 8,994.77
8 Alison WALSHE 8,905.51
9 Giulia SERGAS 7,570.80
10 Sarah KEMP 6,766.90
11 Joanna KLATTEN 6,358.57
12 Nontaya SRISAWANG 5,389.40
13 Belen MOZO 5,244.50
14 Kristie SMITH 4,450.77
15 Emily TAYLOR 4,425.51
  Beatriz RECARI 4,425.51
17 Daniela HOLMQVIST 4,409.50
18 Carlota CIGANDA 4,094.48
19 Cheyenne WOODS 4,019.50
20 Gwladys NOCERA 3,947.44
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1 Ariya JUTANUGARN 19,429.50
2 Nikki CAMPBELL 11,394.77
3 Emily TAYLOR 4,425.51
4 Daniela HOLMQVIST 4,409.50
5 Cheyenne WOODS 4,019.50
6 Xi Yu LIN 2,130.00
7 Sarah KING 1,817.44
8 Whitney HILLIER 1,740.00
9 Pamela PRETSWELL 1,314.30
10 Jacqueline HEDWALL 1,170.00
11 Mallory FRAICHE 980.00
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2013 Solheim Cup
  P L A Y E R  
1 Caroline Masson (Solheim Cup points)
2 Carlota Ciganda (Solheim Cup points)
3 Pernilla Lindberg (Solheim Cup points)
4 Giulia Sergas (Solheim Cup points)
5 Suzann Pettersen (Rolex Rankings)
6 Catriona Matthew (Rolex Rankings)
7 Azahara Munoz (Rolex Rankings)
8 Anna Nordqvist (Rolex Rankings)
9 Captain's pick  
10 Captain's pick  
11 Captain's pick  
12 Captain's pick  
* Solheim Cup Points updated: 10th Feb 2013 following the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open
** Rolex Rankings updated: 11th Feb 2013
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