19/01/11 Hull and Davies favourites at NSW Open iseekgolf.com
The first of five consecutive three and four round events on this season’s ALPG Tour gets underway this week when the Bing Lee Samsung New South Wales Women’s Open is played at the Oatlands Golf Club in Sydney’s west.
05/01/11 Kemp to defend at Branxton Cessnock Advertiser
Branxton Golf Club’s course has received its final touches in preparation for the Branxton LPGA Pro-Am Tournament this Friday to Sunday….
03/03/10 Oh so close – Kemp tied second again Great Lakes Advocate
FORSTER Tuncurry’s professional golfer Sarah Kemp came so close to capturing her first major title last weekend at the New Zealand Women’s Open being played at the Pegasus golf course, just north of Christchurch
02/03/10 Kemp confident she can master hot field theherald.com.au
SARAH Kemp believes she can win the Australian Ladies Masters at Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast this week…
04/02/10 SARAH KEMP PREPARES FOR THE NSW WOMEN’S OPEN : NBN NBN
Tuncurry golfer Sarah Kemp is preparing to tee off at the New South Wales Women’s Open. She’s hoping to improve on her top 10 finish at the weekend’s Royal …
03/02/10Kemp cards a top 10Great Lakes Advocate
TUNCURRY professional golfer Sarah Kemp secured a top 10 finish in Canberra last week in the first of five major golf tournaments on the ALPG tour. …
20/01/10Kemp teed up to play classicGreat Lakes Advocate
SARAH Kemp is hoping to up her ranking when she tees off against former world number one and Australian Open Champion Laura Davies at ActewAGL Royal …
09/09/0912/01/10Kemp interviewed on Channel ONE HD’s Pro Shophttp://ten.com.au/the-pro-shop.htm
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10/01/10Kemp looking good for a winning return to Royal Canberracanberratimes.com.au
GOLF’S glamour girl Sarah Kemp wants her red-hot putting to be the attention grabber at this month’s inaugural Royal Canberra Ladies Classic.
09/09/09Disappointment for Kempwww.greatlakesadvocate.com.au
TUNCURRY’S Sarah Kemp has missed her third straight cut on the US tour, with an early exit from the weekend’s CN Canadian Women’s Open after two bogey-riddled rounds.
16/01/09Kemp has major intentionscanberratimes.com.au
Sydney golfer Sarah Kemp believes she can continue her strong form and make an impact on Australia’s major tournaments after winning in Canberra yesterday.
15/01/09Kemp sets sights on US victorycanberratimes.com.au
Sarah Kemp hopes victory at the inaugural ladies pro-am at Royal Canberra today will catapult her to her first major victory on the US LPGA tour this year.
13/10/08In Kyung Kim wins Longs DrugsIseekgolf.com
Sarah Kemp was the best of the Australians but the LPGA Tour rookie will rue the shots she dropped in her final round of 77. With only next week’s event in Hawaii and Lorena Ochoa’s event in Mexico in which she is likely to get a start her chances of improving her position on the money list are limited. Kemp finished 13th this week and will move to 118th or so on the money list.
12/10/08LONGS DRUGS CHALLENGE NOTEBOOK SFGate
Aussie revival: Australian Sarah Kemp caught an unlucky bounce on No. 9, where she tried to cut the corner on the dogleg par-5. Kemp’s drive struck a tree branch, hopped high off an adjacent cart path and floated over a tall fence into the backyard of a nearby house. Kemp returned to the tee and chose a safer line, along the left edge of the fairway. She ultimately salvaged bogey to complete a front-nine 40. Kemp recovered to shoot 31 on the back and finish the day tied for sixth with Ochoa.
10/10/08Kemp on leader’s tailFOX SPORTS
AUSTRALIAN Sarah Kemp is two shots off the pace after the opening round of the $US1.2 million ($1.76 million) US LPGA event in Danville, California. Kemp hit six birdies and a double bogey in her round of four-under par 68 to be equal fifth, trailing leaders Michele Redman, Maria Hjorth and Michele Redman.
27/05/08Sarah’s appearance on the Golf Show Fox Sports
During her flying visit to Australia this week, Sarah caught up with Brett Ogle on the golf show to give an insight into life on the LPGA so far!
19/01/08Kemp anointed Australia’s next Karrie WebbDaily Telegraph SHE’S back where it all began, in Tuncurry, but Sarah Kemp has barely started to comprehend how far she can go in America. The only Aussie hopeful to survive three painstaking rounds of qualifying for the prestigious LPGA Tour, Kemp has spent the past week recharging at her family home on the North Coast ahead of a red-letter season.
24/12/07Sarah Kemp: 2008 USLPGA Rookie? Iseekgolf.com
There’s just one request in Sarah Kemp’s letter to Santa this year – the 2008 USLPGA Rookie Award. Fresh from earning her LPGA Tour card through the gruelling Q-School earlier this month, Rookie of the Year is a title that Kemp believes she can achieve if she just stays positive. “I would love to win it,” she said. I was happy with the way I played on the European Tour this year; I was more consistent, so I am going to take those thoughts with me for next year.”
04/12/07Birdie blitz earns young Aussie US LPGA Tour card Herald Sun
Sarah Kemp lived her dream yesterday, but was too exhausted to celebrate her remarkable feat. Kemp, 22 this Friday, birdied each of the closing four holes to earn her 2008 US LPGA Tour card with just one shot to spare. “I’ve never played a tougher tournament and I want to party, but I’m absolutely wrecked, physically and mentally,” Kemp said from Daytona Beach, Florida, yesterday. “It’s awesome, but it hasn’t sunk in yet.” Kemp, who had a breakout year on the Ladies European Tour that featured a tie for third in the Italian Open among six top-10 finishes, thought her chances were fading after a slow start in her final round of Q-school.
03/12/07Kemp grabs card The Sydney Morning Herald
Sarah Kemp birdied the final four holes of the gruelling US LPGA Tour qualifying school to earn her 2008 tour card with a shot to spare. The 22-year-old from Tuncurry dug deep to become the only one of 10 Australians in the 90-hole final stage in Daytona Beach, Florida, to emerge with the coveted card. “It was absolutely the week from hell – it was the hardest tournament I’ve ever played in,” said Kemp. “I’m just physically and mentally drained.” Kemp now has full exemption for the US tour, with prizemoney of $US58 million ($66m) in 33 tournaments.
03/12/07Kemp wins LPGA Tour card The Age
Sarah Kemp birdied the final four holes of the gruelling LPGA Tour qualifying school to earn her 2008 tour card with a single shot to spare. The 21-year-old from Tuncurry, NSW, dug deep to become the only one of 10 Australians in the 90-hole final stage in Florida emerging with the coveted card. “It was absolutely the week from hell – it was the hardest tournament I’ve ever played in,” said Kemp, who wept tears of relief and exhaustion after the final putt went down. “I’m just physically and mentally drained,” she told AAP.
19/9/07A weekend of laughter and Aussie golf action for Princess MaryHello Magazine
Her face wreathed in smiles and occasionally covering gasps of amazement with her hands, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark was clearly having a whale of a time on a solo visit to the circus at the weekend.Although she’s mum to two youngsters – Prince Christian, nearly two, and four-month-old Princess Isabella – on this occasion, a charity performance in Copenhagen, the pretty brunette had left her charges at home.
10/9/2007Princess sees play-off win AAP
AUSTRALIA’S Sarah Kemp finished tied sixth after a one-under-par, final-round 70 of the Nykredit Masters in Copenhagen overnight.
10/09/2007Kemp in tie for sixth PA Sport and Sportal
Australian Sarah Kemp finished in a tie for sixth place at the Nykredit Masters in Denmark, five shots behind Lisa Hall, who won in a playoff. Kemp shot a one-under-par 70 four to finish on four-under. Hall was locked on nine-under with English pair Kiran Matharu and Kirsty Taylor, who bogeyed the last hole after her second shot hit a tree.
6/3/2003Teen ace’s hole-in-one double The Age
Sarah Kemp notched holes in one on successive days at the Riversdale Cup tournament. Sarah Kemp played five years of golf waiting for her first hole in one, knocking a seven iron into the cup at the first hole at Riversdale on Tuesday. But she had to wait only 24 hours for her second. Kemp, a 17-year-old prodigy uncovered in Sydney by the Jack Newton Golf Foundation, walked on to the par-three first hole in the Riversdale Cup tournament yesterday and pulled out the seven iron again.
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