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Golf Australia Express : Issue 11
AUSTRALIA’S KATHERINE Hull holed a 6-foot knee- knocker for par on the final green to claim a one-shot win over American Brittany Licicome. The Australian began the final day three shots behind playing partner Cristie Kerr. Both Hull and Kerr had a lacklustre front nine and by the turn the pair found themselves at the top of the leaderboard with five other contenders. A slugfest of birdies resulted as the competition heated over the closing holes. Hull took the lead with a birdie at the 17th. A regulation par at the last gave her a final round 67, a tournament record aggregate of 269 (19-under) and a handy $195,000. It was Hull’s second LPGA Tour win. But the best round of the final day came from her compatriot Lindsay Wright. A course record-equaling 63 bolted her to tied for 5th. STAR STUDDED CLASSIC PEEK THE What’s happening on the LPGA Tour this week September 15-18, 2011 RTJ Golf Trail Capitol Hill, Alabama, USA Purse: $1,300,000 Defending Champ: Katherine Hull (AUS) WHO TO WATCH LAST TIME WITHTHE performance ofthe12US Solheim Cup team members in the spotlight this week, they’ll be looking to pack some good form in their bags before heading to Killeen Castle next week. For five of the 12, a strong performance this week is vital. Michelle Wie, Juli Inkster, Christina Kim, Vicky Hurst and Ryan O’Toole all missed the cut last week in Arkansas. One missed cut is acceptable, but to successfully take on the might of Europe’s best they simply can’t afford another lapse in form at the Navistar. And more importantly, with Fourball and Foursomes matches to play, team members will also be watching their play. The pressure’s really on the two youngsters Vicky Hurst and Ryann O’Toole [pictured]. Among the five to miss the cut last week, they have more than just the other team members to impress. As Rosie Jones’s two picks, they need to also show the captain they’re worthy of the trip. OTG