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WOMEN’S OPEN: Korea's Ko claims the Patricia Bridges Bowl

WOMEN’S OPEN: Korea's Ko claims the Patricia Bridges Bowl

South Korea’s Jin Young Ko has announced herself to the golfing world by winning the 2018 ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open in her first start on the LPGA Tour. 18 Feb 2018
WOMENS OPEN: Green’s golden opportunity beckons

WOMENS OPEN: Green’s golden opportunity beckons

It will take something special for Hannah Green to catch Korea’s Jin Young Ko and win the 2018 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. But the 21-year-old is still well within touch and will play in the final group on Sunday. 17 Feb 2018
Swede wins car with Australian Open ace

Swede wins car with Australian Open ace

It took some Australians going crazy for Swedish golfer Jenny Haglund to register that she had landed a hole-in-one and a new car. 17 Feb 2018
WOMEN’S OPEN: South Koreans loom large as Aussies falter

WOMEN’S OPEN: South Koreans loom large as Aussies falter

It appears as though the 2018 ISPS HANDA Australian Open has become South Korea’s to lose, with Jin Young Ko leading a handful of well-placed compatriots into the weekend. 16 Feb 2018
Webb cut, Korea's Ko leads Australian Open

Webb cut, Korea's Ko leads Australian Open

Golfing great Karrie Webb has missed the cut, while Korea's Jin Young Ko isn't getting strung out at the prospect of a wire-to-wire Australian Open win. 16 Feb 2018
WOMEN’S OPEN: Green leads Aussie hopefuls

WOMEN’S OPEN: Green leads Aussie hopefuls

Hannah Green is the highest-placed Australian at the 2018 ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open after an enthralling opening day’s play. 15 Feb 2018
Kiwi Ko among Australian Open golf leaders

Kiwi Ko among Australian Open golf leaders

Former World No.1 Lydia Ko knows she's getting bagged for swinging changes almost as much as her golf clubs. 15 Feb 2018
WOMEN’S OPEN: Ryu says, “I cannot wait to get back to No.1”

WOMEN’S OPEN: Ryu says, “I cannot wait to get back to No.1”

So Yeon Ryu has declared her biggest objective for the year will be to regain her position as World No.1. 14 Feb 2018
WOMEN’S OPEN: Aussies eyeing glory at Kooyonga

WOMEN’S OPEN: Aussies eyeing glory at Kooyonga

It has been four years since an Australian won their national title and lifted the Patricia Bridges Bowl. But despite the challenges of a difficult layout and a star-studded field – which features three former World No.1s and 15 major championship winners – there are at least two members of the Australian contingent who remain confident of breaking the drought. 13 Feb 2018
Ha Na Jang returning to defend Women's Australian Open

Ha Na Jang returning to defend Women's Australian Open

The 2018 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open will be played at Adelaide's Kooyonga Golf Club from 15-18 February. And after her explosive last-day charge lit up the huge Royal Adelaide crowd this year, defending champion Ha Na Jang has already committed to defend the Patricia Bridges Bowl. 15 Aug 2017
WOMEN’S OPEN: Jubilant Jang jets home to win

WOMEN’S OPEN: Jubilant Jang jets home to win

South Korea’s Ha Na Jang has roared home with three birdies and an eagle in her last six holes to win the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open by three shots. 19 Feb 2017
WOMEN'S OPEN: Su Oh charges into contention

WOMEN'S OPEN: Su Oh charges into contention

Victoria’s Su Oh has charged into contention at the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open with a five under 68 on a day when only 13 players in the field broke par. 18 Feb 2017
WOMEN’S OPEN: Smith‘s six sweet birdies snatch top spot

WOMEN’S OPEN: Smith‘s six sweet birdies snatch top spot

Queensland’s Sarah Jane Smith has ridden a hot putter into the lead at the halfway mark of the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open at Royal Adelaide Golf Club 17 Feb 2017
WOMEN'S OPEN: Brilliant Kirk upstages royalty to lead by two

WOMEN'S OPEN: Brilliant Kirk upstages royalty to lead by two

In a field brimming with LPGA Tour royalty, it is World No.275 Katherine Kirk sitting on the throne at Royal Adelaide after round one. 16 Feb 2017
WOMEN’S OPEN: Webb says, “I’m here to win”

WOMEN’S OPEN: Webb says, “I’m here to win”

Karrie Webb has achieved everything the game of golf has to offer. Yet, she’s still hungry for more. 15 Feb 2017
WOMEN’S OPEN: Ko v Jutanugarn – the friendliest of rivals

WOMEN’S OPEN: Ko v Jutanugarn – the friendliest of rivals

As Lydia Ko and Ariya Jutanugarn made final preparations for the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open starting tomorrow, one thing became quite clear – there is no rivalry between the world’s top-two players … yet. 15 Feb 2017
GA Express #228: Minjee's time to shine

GA Express #228: Minjee's time to shine

The constant quest for bigger and better marks 2017 as a pivotal year in the young career of Minjee Lee and this week's Women's Australian Open could be her launch pad. 14 Feb 2017
WOMEN’S OPEN: Wie clawing back into the limelight

WOMEN’S OPEN: Wie clawing back into the limelight

It’s hard to remember a time when Michelle Wie wasn’t in the limelight. But after a rough 2016 that saw her drop to No.182 in the world ranking, it might be hard for some to remember when she was playing well. 14 Feb 2017
Michelle Wie joins Australian Open field

Michelle Wie joins Australian Open field

Crowd favourite Michelle Wie is a confirmed starter for the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open to be played at Royal Adelaide Golf Club from February 16. 30 Jan 2017