Who will earn their 2015 LPGA Tour Card?
Rolex Rankings No. 12 and eight-time LPGA winner Paula Creamer made her return to LPGA competition at last week's ShopRite LPGA Classic.
New Rolex Rankings No. 1: According to unofficial LPGA projections, Ai Miyazato will be the new Rolex Rankings No. 1 come Monday morning, thanks to her win at the ShopRite LPGA Classic Sunday.
Hello all, it is the middle of June, halfway through the Duramed FUTURES Tour season and things have been going well.
Rolex Rankings No. 6 and two-time LPGA winner Anna Nordqvist, LPGA tour winner M.J. Hur and sponsor exemption Alexis Thompson stepped Outside the Ropes on Thursday to visit the AtlantiCare Center for Childbirth.
Jennifer Song wasted little time in making her mark as a first-week professional. Song won her pro debut and crashed the tournament record books, leaving the field six shots back at the $125,000 Tate & Lyle Players Championship.