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Other Golf News This Week

ANZ Ladies Masters, Australia
In her first appearance of 2004, Annika Sorenstam carded consecutive 7-under par, 65s, on the final two rounds to win the ANZ Ladies Masters by 4 shots. Runner-up, England's Karen Stupples scored 68 on the last day having led the competition at the end of day two. Last year's champion, Laura Davies, also from England, had to settle for a share of eighth place with 1st round leader, Australian, Rachel Teske. They finished 12 strokes off the pace with 281 total for the tournament.
1 Annika Sorenstam (SWE) -19 269
2 Karen Stupples (ENG) -15 273
T3 Kylie Pratt (AUS) -11 277
T3 Jennifer Rosales (PHI) -11 277
5 Anne-Marie Knight (AUS) -10 278
6 Ana Larraneta (ESP) -9 279
7 Nadina Taylor (AUS) -8 280
T8 Laura Davies (ENG) -7 281
T8 Rachel Teske (AUS) -7 281
10 Silvia Cavalleri (ITA) -6 282

 

 

 

 


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It has been confirmed that prize money for the European Tour's flagship event, the Volvo PGA Championship has been increased to a record-breaking 3,750,000 euros. The 2004 Volvo PGA will be held at Wentworth from May 27-30 and the winner's share of the increased prize fund will be 625,000 euros (approx. $780,000).

 

 

 

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