Who will win in 2014?
Will Suzann Pettersen defend her title?
Breast cancer has been a part of my life since I was 11 years old. That's when my parents sat the three of us down at the kitchen table--my sister was three years younger than me and my brother five years younger--and Dad told us our mother was sick.
Heather Farr was a wisp of a woman once cast as David to Laura Davies' Goliath in a Curtis Cup match at Muirfield. The Scots called her "The Wee One." She was a shade over five feet tall, barely a hundred pounds, all of it tenacity infused with charisma and accentuated by an infectious smile that was too deeply ingrained in her character to allow breast cancer to erase it.
VICKY HURST etched her name in the record books after only one season on the Duramed FUTURES Tour. By age 18 and still in her first year as a professional, she was the LPGA developmental tour's 2008 Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year.
Norway's Marianne Skarpnord rolled in a six foot birdie putt at the third playoff hole to clinch her second Ladies European Tour victory at the Carta Si Ladies Italian Open in Milan.
Second-year Duramed FUTURES Tour member MISUN CHO of Cheongju, South Korea, was one of the Tour's most steady performers this season, finishing the year ranked third with earnings of $62,327.