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Tour Success with Iomic Grips

IOMIC grips are incredibly soft, and feature great traction and low torque.

These versatile grips are suitable for all playing styles, from beginners to top ranked tour professionals.
Professional Golfer Karrie Webb
Professional Golfer Karrie Webb
Professional Golfer Karrie Webb
Professional Golfer Karrie Webb
Professional Golfer Karrie Webb
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Karrie Webb

Born in Queensland, Australia in 1974, Karrie started playing golf at the age of 8. She was an Australian national player before turning professional, playing six times in international matches. She turned professional in 1994, and in 1995 she had her first victory at the British Women's Open.

She is the most successful current player on global women's golf tours, with 57 international victories including 41 LPGA titles, a record eight Australian Ladies Masters and seven majors. Karrie Webb was inducted into the LPGA Hall of Fame in 2005, given life membership of The ALPG in 2008 and appointed a member of The Order of Australia in 2010

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Karrie's Winning Record

Year Tournament Name
2014 ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open - JTBC Founders Cup
2013 ShopRite LPGA Classic
2012 Volvik RACV Ladies Masters - Shop light LPGA classic
2011 HSBC Women's Championship - RR Donnelly LPGA Founder's Cup
2010 ANZ Women's Masters (LET)
2009 Phoenix LPGA International
2008 MFS Australia Women's Open (LET)
2007 MFS Australia Women's Open (LET> - ANZ Women's Masters (LET)
2006 Craft · Nabisco Championship - Michelobe Championship - Evian · Ladies Masters - Longs Drugs Challenge - Mizuno · Japan · Classic
2005 ANZ Women's Masters (LET) - USLPGA Golf Hall of Fame - World Golf Hall of Fame
2004 Kellogg · Keveler · Classic
2003 Conagra Foods · LPGA Skins Game ※ No prize money ranking eligible - John Q Hammons Classic
Year Tournament Name
2002 AAMI Women's Australian Open (LET) - Wegmans · Rochester International - Women's British Open
2001 Australian Women's Masters (LET) - Nichirei Cup World Ladies (Japan) - National Women's Open - McDonald's National Women's Professional Championship - Tyco / ADT Championship
2000 The Office Depot - AAMI · Women's · Australian Open (LET) - Australian Women's Masters - LPGA · Takefuji Classic - Craft · Nabisco · Championship - Nichirei Cup World Ladies (Japan) - National Women's Open - Olds Mobil Classic - AFLAC · Champions
1999 he Office Depot - Australian Women's Masters - Standard register pin - Mercury · Title Holder 's Championship
Wegemans Rochester International - Du Maurier Classic
1998 Australian Women's Masters - City of Hope Myrtle Beach Classic
1997 Suzan · G · Comment · International - Women's British Open - Safeco Classic
1996 Health south innormal - Sprint championship - Safeco Classic - ITT · LPGA · Tour · Championship
1995 Women's British Open

Professional Golfer Catriona Matthew
Professional Golfer Catriona Matthew
Professional Golfer Catriona Matthew
Professional Golfer Catriona Matthew
Professional Golfer Catriona Matthew
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Catriona Matthew

Catriona Matthew was born in Edinburgh, and grew up in North Berwick. She learned to play golf on the Children's Course and North Berwick West Links. She had a successful junior and amateur career, becoming Scottish Girls champion in 1986 and Scottish Under-21 Stroke Play champion in 1988 and 1989. She won the Scottish Amateur title in 1991, 1993 and 1994, and the British Amateur title in 1993. Catriona turned professional in 1995.

Catriona’s first professional win came in the Holden Women's Australian Open in 1996. Catriona has continued to win consistently during her professional career.

In 2009, Matthew won the Ricoh Women's British Open with a final score of 3-under-par over second-place finisher Karrie Webb, her first win in a major tournament. She is the first player from Scotland to win a women's major golf tournament.

She has been an eight time Solheim Cup player and represented Scotland three times in the World Cup of Golf. She has also played on many other representative teams including the Lexus Cup, the Handa Cup and The Queens.

Catriona's Winning Record

Year Tournament Name
2013 Wegmans LPGA Championship - Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open
2012 Ladies Irish Open - LPGA KEB-HanaBank Championship Norway
2011 Aberdeen Ladies Scottish Open - Lorena Ochoa Invitational
2009 HSBC LPGA Brasil Cup (unofficial LPGA event) - Ricoh Women's British Open
Year Tournament Name
2007 Scandinavian TPC hosted by Annika
2004 Wendy's Championship for Children
2001 Cup Noodles Hawaiian Ladies Open
1998 McDonald's WPGA Championship
1996 Holden Women's Australian Open (ALPG Tour)