For the LPGA, it's on to the UK

Amazingly, the 15th Evian Masters was won today by the same player who won the first ever Evian Masters, way back in 1994.

In an exciting three-way, sudden-death play-off earlier today, Sweden's Helen Alfredsson won the tournament for the 3rd time... at age 43!

21 year old Na Yeon Choi and 19 year old Angela Park were the other two contenders in the thrilling three-way, so this victory once again highlights the fact that, as Ms. Alfredsson herself put it: In golf, "Age doesn't seem to be that big a deal".

Now, after a week in the enchanting, sun dappled French Alps. The ladies of the LPGA are off to the somewhat more uncertain climate of the UK, and Sunningdale Golf Club, where the The British Women's Open will soon be underway.

In this video, taken in early July, the awesome Cristie Kerr talks about how she prepares for the British Women's Open.

Cristie is gorgeous ...and has that rare combination of humor, elegance and a true sense of empathy, that make her a fan favorite. ...And now, after her impressive T6 finish in Evian, lots of golf fans have her on their short list to win at Sunningdale.