Whether it’s the Solheim Cup or the Ryder Cup, it seems like every year a couple players come out of the woodworks to dominate the match-play competitions. Here’s five players to watch out for this week at the International Crown.
Efter att de spelade lika i sin match på torsdag mot Japans Mika Myazato och Momiko Higa, ville Anna Nordqvist och Caroline Hedwall leverera stort för Sverige på dag 2.
Wednesday was pro-am day at Caves Valley Golf Club, as teams geared up for the final day of preparation before the battle to be crowned the best golfing nation in the world begins tomorrow.
Representing one’s country is unique. For the first time for many of these players in the field at the International Crown, they’ll get to do so as professionals.
Onsdagen var Pro-Am dagen på Caves Valley Golf Club, där lagen laddade upp inför de sista förberedelserna innan kampen om kröningen som den bästa golfnation i världen som börjar i morgon.
Wisconsin native Sherri Steinhauer will return to Michigan this year to defend her title at the Wendy’s Charity Challenge, an event on the LPGA Legends Tour.
Eight countries earned the right to compete. Only one will leave Baltimore with the Crown as the world’s best women’s golfing country.
With an eagle on the par 5 17th hole on Sunday at the Marathon Classic in Sylvania, Ohio, Brittany Lincicome notched the 200th weekend eagle this season on the LPGA Tour and helped reach an even bigger milestone.
At long last, it is time for the inaugural International Crown.
Is it really even a surprise anymore when Lydia Ko does what she did Sunday? Seventeen-year-olds aren’t supposed to be that unflappable, that immune to pressure.
Seventeen-year old Lydia Ko shot a final-round 6-under 65 to win her fourth LPGA Tour victory at the Marathon Classic Presented by Owens Corning & O-I.
Lydia Ko fires a final round 65 to win the 2014 Marathon Classic Presented by Owens Corning and O-I by one stroke over So Yeon Ryu.
The 39-year-old tied atop the leaderboard at the end of the round Saturday for the first time in 12 years wasn’t even sure she wanted to play this year.
The inevitable 2014 breakthrough for So Yeon Ryu to get a win is coming. Whether it’s this week, the next or the following, it seems inevitable. She’s played too good of golf this season for it not to be with eight top-10s on the season.
Laura Diaz (71) and Lee-Anne Pace (68) share the 54-hole lead at the Marathon Classic Presented Owens Corning & O-I. The duo sit atop the leaderboard at 11-under par and lead LPGA Tour rookie Jaye Marie Green and 2012 champion So Yeon Ryu by one shot.
Thirty-nine year old Laura Diaz birdied three of her final four holes to card a 2-under 69 in the second round of the Marathon Classic Presented by Owens Corning & O-I.