Karrie Webb is coming back to where it all began. The seven-time major champion and Wold Golf Hall of Fame member has confirmed she will return for her 21st tilt at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. Remarkably, highlighting the commitment she has shown to the game across her homeland, Webb has not missed […]
New world No.1 Lydia Ko will steal the headlines, but there are plenty of other reasons to be excited about the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open field – about six of the world’s top 12 reasons, to be precise. Ko became the youngest ever world No.1 – male or female – at the weekend aged […]
The world’s best players will return to the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in February when the 2015 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open is held on the club’s famous Composite Course. In a world-class field featuring several of the top-10, Australian legend Karrie Webb – who won a record fifth national crown this year – will […]
Queenslander Karrie Webb has secured her second LPGA title for the year after firing a final round of nine-under-par 63 at the Wildfire Go Club in Phoenix. The 39-year-old conjured one of her greatest rounds to reel in the leaders and win the JTBC LPGA Founders Cup, her 41st win on the LPGA Tour and […]
Who is Australia’s greatest ever golfer – male or female? Those who measure greatness by the number of major wins will say Karrie “Spider” Webb (7 wins) is Australia’s greatest golfer followed by the legendary Peter “Thommo” Thomson (5) and Greg “The Shark” Norman. There are many firmly in the Webb camp. They believe the honour should be judged on major victories alone.
However, there are strong arguments in favour of the Thomson and iconic and charismatic Norman.
Australian Karrie Webb has won the Volvik RACV Ladies Masters for an incredible eighth time and in doing so she equals Sam Snead’s record for most wins of a single tournament. Snead won the Greater Greensboro Open eight times in a run spanning four decades. Webb first won here in 1998 and her most recent […]