SAMSUNG WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2004
Jennifer Rosales lines up her shot on the 16th green on Day 3 of competition at the Samsung World Championship at Bighorn Golf Club October 16, 2004 in Palm Desert, California. Rosales had a combined 3-day score of 5 under par, 11 strokes behind leader Grace Park. (UPI Photo/Christine Chew)
Lindsey Wright put together a bogey-free round Thursday that lifted her into a four-way tie for first place in the opening round of the Mobile Bay Classic.
Dorothy Delasin and Jennifer Rosales teamed up to shoot a 7-under-par 65 and win the Women's World Cup of Golf for the Philippines Sunday in South Africa.
Teams from the Philippines and South Korea shared the second-round lead in the Women's World Cup of Golf in South Africa Saturday at 11-under-par 133.
Nicole Perrot shot a 7-under 64 on Saturday to take the lead after three rounds of the Longs Drugs Challenge at Auburn, Calif.
Annika Sorenstam made a birdie on the third playoff hole Friday to beat Tina Barrett in the second round of the HSBC Women's World Match Play Championship.
Japan combined for a three-over 149 in Sunday's final round, to win the Women's World Cup of Golf by two strokes.
Canada and Italy shared the lead Friday after the opening-round of the inaugural Women's World Cup of Golf in South Africa.
Annika Sorenstam bogeyed the first hole of a playoff Sunday but still won her third ADT Championship as she beat Cristie Kerr for her eighth 2004 win.
Annika Sorenstam shot even-par 72 Saturday to hold a one-stroke lead after the third round of the ADT Championship.
Cristie Kerr shot a second straight nine-under 63 Saturday to pass Christina Kim and take first place after three rounds of the State Farm Classic.