American golfer Meg Mallon tweeted this photo soon after Adam Scott won The Masters.
Yes, that's none other seven time major winner and possibly Australia's greatest ever golfer Karrie Webb jumping around as Scotty made the putt.
Tip o' the hat to PGA of Australia's Tweet of the Week for noticing this one.Read Full Story
Webb overruns her younger rivals with win eighth Ladies Masters title
Karrie Webb is without doubt Australia's best ever golfer. Webb has seven major titles and 38 wins on the LPGA Tour and as of yesterday, she also has eight Australian Ladies Masters titles.
Webb loomed ominously two shots behind youngsters Su-Hyun Oh and Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn at the start of the day but her experience shone through as she overtook the teenagers at the 12th hole and cemented an unprecedented...Read Full Story
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A spectator had the courage to speak out today during the first round of the Women's Australian Open and it saved Karrie Webb from a two-shot penalty.
Karrie Webb was seconds away from putting her ball on the 13th at Royal Melbourne, when a spectator spoke up and told her to stop. He reminded her that she had not replaced her ball correctly after moving her marker out of the line of Yani Tseng's putt moments earlier.
"I just blanked," she said, explaining that Tseng...Read Full Story
Karrie Webb put herself in contention for a fifth Women's Australian Open with a three-under round to hit the front after the third round at the Commonwealth Golf Course on Saturday.The Australian seven-time major winner, backing up from winning last week's Ladies Masters title on the Gold Coast, carded a 70 to ease past halfway leader Giulia Sergas of Italy.Webb is six-under par 213 overall, one shot ahead of Sergas, who slipped to a two-over par 75.Defending champion Laura Davies had a...Read Full Story
Karrie Webb is in sight of a seventh Australian Ladies Masters title after bursting through to the third round lead at Royal Pines on Saturday.The Australian former world number one, 35, made a spectacular birdie out of a fairway bunker on her final hole on the way to an eight-under round of 64 and a three-round total of 15-under 201.The seven-time major winner will go head-to-head with defending champion Katherine Hull of Australia in Sunday's final round.Hull, who won last year's...Read Full Story
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