The last LPGA Tour event Pettersen played before starting her maternity leave was the 2017 CME Group Tour Championship.
The 33-year-old 12-time LPGA Tour winner is expecting her first child with husband Gerrod Chadwell, the women’s golf coach at Houston, in early November.
In the wake of its debut and Team Denmark’s victory last May, the verdict wasn’t quite unanimous in its positivity. But the overall impression was pretty welcoming. Indeed, the inaugural GolfSixes showed a 42-percent increase in new golf fans at the event compared to regular European Tour events.
The old adage about only being as good as your last performance has world No.28 Charley Hull in a bullish mood ahead of the 12th Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
Two-time major champion Brittany Lincicome is bringing her big hitting game to the Majlis as a serious contender for the 9th Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
Sophie Lamb, low amateur at August's Women's British Open, has been invited to play next month's Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
Two-time major champion Suzann Pettersen is returning to the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic with the a clear, if not easily achieved goal.
It has not exactly been a smooth season for Michelle Wie, who in a bid at some redemption will enter the final round of the last event of the 2017 LPGA season tied for the lead.
On paper, the American Solheim Cup team is stronger than Europes. Fortunately, the Solheim Cup is not played on paper.
A slipped disc has cost European captain Annika Sorenstam one of her most experienced Solheim Cup players.
Women's golf wants to forget the putting controversy at the last Solheim Cup? Good luck with that.
Suzann Pettersen says Paige Spiranac is great for the game and welcomed inside the ropes by her peers but must learn to accept the evil side of the social media fame ...