Lydia Ko may have been born in South Korea and hail from New Zealand, but the teen phenom undoubtedly has a special place in her heart for Canada.
“Wounded Warrior Project® Weekends” is a season-long charity program that will be tied into the Race to the CME Globe.
Inbee Park approached the 17th tee two back of the lead and needing to make noise on two of the toughest holes on the course to put pressure on Brittany Lincicome, who led by two shots.
Take a look at results and official money from the season's fourth major.
Take a look at quick facts about all of Inbee Park's experience in the winner's circle.
Laurie Rinker put herself in position to win The Legends Championship in Saturday’s second round and was in the right place at the right time when heavy rain canceled Sunday’s final round.
LPGA Tour veteran Sherri Steinhauer carded a course-record score of 9-under 63 in Saturday’s second round of The Legends Championship to move within one stroke of tournament leader Laurie Rinker.
After claiming she felt totally comfortable with her three-shot lead after the second round, Brittany Lincicome was surprised when she felt a rush of nerves hit her before the third round on Saturday at the
Wegmans LPGA Championship.
It’s been a little over a month since Inbee Park walked off the 18th green at Royal Birkdale Golf Club. Yet, the memory still gnaws at her.
Rosie Jones and Lisa Grimes are co-leaders after the first round of The Legends Championship, each carding rounds of 3-under 69 to move to the top of the leaderboard.
She hasn’t held a second round lead since 2009 but Brittany Lincicome now holds the 36-hole lead at a major championship for the first time in her 10-year career. The five-time LPGA Tour winner shot a 4-under 68 on Friday to take a three-shot lead at the Wegmans LPGA Championship.
The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Teaching and Club Professionals (T&CP) will return to the Atlanta, Ga. area resort, Château Élan, to play the 27th annual LPGA T&CP National Championship, Aug. 24-27, 2014.
Bogey Ballton is at it again. The lovable range ball with a heart of gold is back starring in a third installment of the popular children’s book series created and written by former LPGA Tour star Dottie Pepper and Scott Fuller.
Lexi Thompson stood in the fairway of the par-4 18th hole – one that had flummoxed players more than any other on Thursday and had a higher scoring average than the par-5 third – and got the yardage from her caddie, Benji Thompson: “183 yards.”
At 6,720 yards with wide fairways off the tee but difficult approach shots into small, undulating Donald Ross greens, Monroe Golf Club was supposed to be a second-shot golf course and reward the bombers – the players who could feast on drivers off the tee and in turn shorter irons and wedges into par-4s.
Competition kicks off at 8 a.m. Friday at The Legends Championship benefitting Riley Children’s Foundation.
Any time the LPGA Tour plays its last event in an area that’s become like a second home to players and staff, there is certainly going to be some emotion that comes along with it.
With a new name and presenting sponsor, the 2014 Portland Classic Presented by Cambia Health Solutions enters a new era when the world’s top professional and amateur women’s golfers return to Oregon August 28-31.
This is the 38th time Rochester has hosted the LPGA and fifth time the city has been home to the LPGA Championship. For the first time, Monroe Golf Club - a historic Donald Ross layout - will provide the type of championship test reserved for a major championship.
The LPGA Championship returns to one of the best cities in the country for golf this week for the 60th edition of the second-longest running event on the schedule - the Wegmans LPGA Championship.