12.02.2012 [The Spokesman Review] - Korda leads Women's Australian Open: American teenager Jessica Korda moved into position for a two-sport, father-daughter Australian double, shooting an even-par 73 in windy conditions to take the Women's Australian Open lead at Royal Melbourne in
27.01.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - The American player Jessica Korda, daughter of the 1998 Australian Open men's singles winner Petr, didn't have a great day. A triple bogey eight at the eighth hole was the culprit when she presumed her ball had gone into the left-side water hazard
16.02.2012 [Memphis Commercial Appeal] - Last year: Top-ranked Yani Tseng won the season-opening event, beating Michelle Wie by five strokes for the third of her dozen 2011 worldwide titles. Last week: Jessica Korda won the Women's Australian Open at Royal Melbourne for her first LPGA Tour
16.02.2012 [Golf Channel] - The LPGA Tour season is underway and Jessica Korda won in a 6-way playoff to claim the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open. The playoff was conducted by splitting the six into two groups of three and Annika disagreed with that decision.
16.02.2012 [Sport.cz] - Dalších devět hráček je na výsledku 70. Obhájkyně titulu Yani Tseng předvedla na úvod 73 ran, 1 nad par. Sandra Gal zahrála 75 (+3) a dělí se o 55. místo. Jessica Korda, čerstvá vítězka Women´s Australian Open, nehraje.
15.02.2012 [The Australian] - Jessica Korda began the final day of the Open leader by one shot and daughter of Petr Korda, winner of the Australian tennis Open in 1998. She is making headlines for two reasons and so the burden is extra if not exactly doubled.
14.02.2012 [The Bradenton Times] - On Sunday, Jessica Korda won the Australian Open. A Bradenton native, Korda refined her golf skills at The Pendleton School at IMG. It was last year in Thailand, Korda made her LPGA debut. On another note, Chris Ciaccio, from IMG Academies
12.02.2012 [Montreal Gazette (blog)] - 2012 – Jessica Korda defeats Stacy Lewis, Brittany Lincicome, So Yeon Ryu, Hee Kyung Seo and Julieta Granada in six-person playoff to win LPGA Tour ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open; first-place prize money – $165000. 2012 – Phil Mickelson defeats