British Open Admits Women Golfers


It looks like the British Open organizers have decided to admit women into the competition beginning in 2006, reports BBC News. The Open is one of the four largest golfing events worldwide.
The word on the street is that fifteen-year old Michelle Wie is going to be the first woman to qualify. Check out some of her kick-ass achievements she’s made as one of the leading ladies of golf.

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  1. Posted April 29, 2005 at 11:27 am | Permalink

    In terms of actual likelihood to place or make the cut, Annika Sorenstam (probably the most dominant female golfer in the last 50 years) is head and shoulders above Michelle Wie, who is definitely an unbelievable phenom. However, she hasn’t yet won a tournament, while Annika has 58 LPGA Tour wins and something like 12 major tournament wins.

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