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Golf Australia Express : Issue 10
SUZANN PETTERSEN began playing golf at the age of six. Today, the 30-year-old Norwegian princess of the fairways is the No. 2 female golfer in the world. Born in Oslo, “Tutta” turned professional at the age of 19. In her breakout pro season she won the Open de France Dames and was named the 2001 LET Rookie of the Year. In her 2002 Solheim Cup singles match, the Norwegian tied Michele Redman from the US when five down with just five to play. It was a performance that flaunted her ice cool heritage. Plagued with injury for three seasons, it took Pettersen until 2007 to get back into the swing of tour golf. Fully fit, she became a dominant force, winning five times on the LPGA Tour and once on the LET. She became the first Norwegian LPGA winner with a victory at the ’07 Michelob ULTRA Open. She followed this up with a major, the 2007 LPGA Championship, later overtaking Karrie Webb as world No.2. Pettersen has already won three times in 2011, including the recent Safeway Classic. LIST THE SUZANN PETTERSEN Born 7 April, 1981