Laura Davies, David Graham, Mark O’Meara and Albert Warren "A.W." Tillinghast, a foursome of deserving individuals, have been selected to join golf’s most distinguished list as members of the World Golf Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015.
Few things on tour are more entertaining than a Laura Davies interview, and on Wednesday she dished out a few gems while being honored as a new member of Royal Birkdale, site of her only Women’s British title, in 1986.
Laura Davies owns four major titles and 84 worldwide victories in a career that has yet to land her in the Hall of Fame. But her honors in England continue to rise, recently being named Dame Commander.
Laura Davies needs a top-2 finish at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters for a shot to steal the Henderson Money List crown from Lee-Anne Pace. Both players notched five victories this season on the Ladies European Tour, and just 32,000 euros stands between them. Pace can seal it with a top-5 finish – no matter what the Englishwoman does.
It’s now clear what Laura Davies must do to steal the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit title from Lee-Anne Pace. The seven-time merit champion needs one more victory like Saturday’s, in the season finale next month in Dubai.
With Laura Davies competing at the LPGA event in Malaysia, Lee-Anne Pace can retake the top spot on the 2010 Ladies European Tour Henderson Money List this week at the inaugural Sanya Ladies Open in China.
English star Laura Davies won the Spanish Women’s Open on Sunday for her 76th worldwide victory, closing with an even-par 71 for a two-stroke victory over American Christina Kim, England’s Rebecca Hudson and Australia’s Frances Bondad.
Laura Davies thought she blew her chances to win the Spanish Women’s Open on Sunday with a quadruple-bogey-8 on the 13th hole. But the Englishwoman still secured a two-stroke win over compatriot Rebecca Hudson, Australian Frances Bondad and Christina Kim of the United States at the Flamingos Golf Club.
Brit Laura Davies is the marquee name at the inaugural Allianz Ladies Slovak Open at Gray Bear Golf Course this week. A winner in Germany less than two weeks ago, Davies will make her first-ever visit to Slovakia for the Ladies European Tour event that offers prize money of €350,000.
The quote of the week from the Kraft Nabisco might already have been said. See how Laura Davies described what would probably go down as the best victory lap in golf history. <strong>Beth Ann Baldry</strong> reports