US Looking for World Cup Victory
1/14/08 -- The LPGA opens the 2008 season with the Women's World Cup of Golf , which is in its fourth year.
LET Announces 2005 Schedule
Schedule: February 3-5 -- Singapore Ladies Masters -- Laguna National Golf and Country Club February 10-12 -- Womens World Cup of Golf -- Fancourt Hotel and Country Club Estate in George, South Africa. February 24-27 -- ANZ Ladies Masters
Yanks in Middle East Euros in US
Cup also returns to Sweden later in the year. The 2007 tour begins later this month in South Africa, with the Womens World Cup of Golf . Golfers Honoured In the United Kingdom, the Queen awards a series of honours to her loyal and dedicated subjects
Swedes Pull Three Clear at World Cup
1/21/06 -- Annika Sorenstam and Liselotte Neumann of Sweden posted a 3-under 69 in Saturday's second round of the Women's World Cup of Golf .
US Trails Paraguay by 10 in South Africa
1/19/07 -- Led by ADT Championship winner Julieta Granada, Paraguay opened up a four-shot lead Friday after the first round of the Women's World Cup of Golf .
LPGA Future Bright and Young
won more than a million dollars in her country last year as an 18-year-old and led Japan to victory in the Womens World Cup of Golf in South Africa last week where she was trailed by no less than 45 Japanese media members. If you are looking
Womens World Cup Teams Announced
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- The third Womens World Cup of Golf will feature a mix of established stars and new ..... finishes. The Americans finished fourth at the 2006 Womens World Cup of Golf and will again be challenged by defending champions
Ladies European Tour 2005 Schedule
schedule: February 3-5 -- Singapore Ladies Masters -- Laguna National Golf and Country Club February 10-12 -- Womens World Cup of Golf -- Fancourt Hotel and Country Club Estate in George, South Africa. February 24-27 -- ANZ Ladies Masters
Creamer Gulbis Ready to Take on the World
1/17/06 -- The 2006 LPGA Tour season begins this week with the Women's World Cup of Golf at the Sun City Resort in Sun City, South Africa.
tour having had her son, Craig, in September. Moodie teamed with Mhairi Mckay to represent Scotland at the Womens World Cup of Golf ; the pair finished tied for 4th. Englands Karen Stupples will complete the trio of new babies; shes due April