Here is who I think the best women players of all-time are...
     

Mickey Wright--
82 LPGA victories (#2 all time), including 13 majors (#2 all time)
B. Hogan said she had the best swing he'd ever seen
Won the Career Grand Slam
1963 won 2 majors and 13 total tournaments

Kathy Whitworth--
88 LPGA victories (#1 all time), including 6 majors
First women to reach $1 million in career earnings
First LPGA win 1962, last win 1985
Won 10 tournaments in 1968
Won 8 tournaments in 1967 including two majors

Annika Sorenstam--
72 LPGA victories (#3 all-time), including 10 majors
In 2003, played on the PGA tour
In 2001, shot a 59 in an LPGA event
Won the Career Grand Slam
In 2002, she won 11 tournaments, including a major

Babe Zaharias--
Named by the Guiness Book of World Records as the most versatile women athlete of all-time
41 LPGA victories including 10 majors
All-American Basketball player in college
Olympic Gold medalist in track and field
Set 5 world records in track and field
Played in 3 PGA events and was the first women to make a PGA cut in 1945
In 1950, she won all three women's majors (The Grand Slam) and 8 times overall
Won a major championship one month after cancer surgery in 1954

Patty Berg--
Founding member of the LPGA
60 LPGA wins including 15 majors (#1 all-time)
Established the Patty Berg Award in 1979 for sportsmanship
1953, 7 wins and a major
First title 1937, last title 1962

Louise Suggs--
Founding member of the LPGA
55 LPGA victories, including 11 majors
1953, 9 wins including a major

Betsy Rawls--
55 LPGA wins, including 8 majors
1959 10 wins, 2 majors

Nancy Lopez--
48 LPGA wins, including 3 majors
1978 (Rookie year), 9 wins including a major

Karrie Webb--
41 LPGA wins, including 7 majors
Has won the career grand slam
Was the youngest living player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame
2000, 7 wins including 2 majors
Currently competes on the LPGA tour

Julie Inkster--
31 LPGA wins including 7 majors
1999, 5 wins including 2 majors
Still competing on the LPGA circuit