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Pettersen (back) to skip LPGA Kraft Nabisco Suzann Pettersen, the world’s No. 2-ranked player, will miss the Kraft Nabisco Championship because of an aggravated disk in her back, it was announced
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Suzann Pettersen and Christian Ringvold married in a January 2017 ceremony in Oslo, Norway. She has 15 career LPGA wins and is the first player from Norway to hold full-time LPGA status.
Multiple-time major champion Suzann Pettersen and long-time partner Christian Ringvold got married on Saturday, with a number of Pettersen’s LPGA peers on hand to celebrate the nuptials.
A day after controversy erupted at the Solheim Cup, Suzann Pettersen righted a wrong and apologized.
Suzann Pettersen: $633,089 With career earnings of more than $10 million during her career that started in 2000, Pettersen can clearly still compete with the younger generation. The Norwegian has earned one major victory (2007 LPGA Championship) and has 18 total wins, including 11 on the LPGA Tour.
Suzann Pettersen is a distant relative of merchant Gunerius Pettersen (1826–1892). As an amateur, she was a five-time Norwegian Amateur Champion (1996–2000), and …
Women’s PGA C’ship: Won: 2007
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Henderson Recovering, Pettersen Turning Things Around and More From Thornberry Creek player-feature 10 Years later – Suzann Pettersen Reflects on the 2007 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship