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Golf Australia Express : Issue 27
March 15-18 March 15-18 PEEK THE FOR THE first time this season the LPGA Tour’s on US soil. The LPGA Founders Cup is back at the Wildfire Golf Club in Phoenix, Arizona. And things are heating up. After a successful inauguration in 2011, the event returns as a tribute to the 13 founding members who started the LPGA in 1950. It’s played at Wildfire’s Palmer and Faldo courses. The tournament donates half of the prize purse to charity and the other half to individual charities chosen by the top- 10 finishers. Players earn not a cent in this unique format. Last year Karrie Webb shot a blistering 6-under 66 on the final day to score a one-shot victory. She donated $200,000 to the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation and Japan Relief Charity. OTG Wildfire Golf Club, Arizona, USA Purse: $1,500,000 Defending Champ: Karrie Webb (AUS) THE EVENT THE DEFENDER WHAT CAN we say about Karrie Webb? At 37 she’s pretty much accomplished everything in golf. A total of 52 professional wins—including 38 on the LPGA Tour—seven major titles and entry to the World Golf Hall of Fame. Her last LPGA win came at the inaugural Founders Cup, and if anyone has a stellar record defending a title, Karrie is it. While we highlight a couple of hopefuls on the next page, truth is—even with Yani Tseng in the field—we reckon Karrie’s a dead cert to double-up on Sunday. What’s happening on the LPGA Tour this week