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Stats and Stuff: Looking back and forward on the 2014 season

With a mid-summer break in the LPGA season, it’s time to take a deep breath and prepare for the stretch run of the season.

New Kids on the Block: Marta Silva

Marta Silva

Over the next several months LPGA.com will spotlight the 2014 rookie class. Find out what each thought about earning their LPGA Tour card to what their favorite club is in their bag. Today we catch up with Marta Silva for a quick Q&A.

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New Kids on the Block: Yueer Cindy Feng

Yueer Cindy Feng

Over the next several months LPGA.com will spotlight the 2014 rookie class. Find out what each thought about earning their LPGA Tour card to what their favorite club is in their bag. Today we catch up with Yueer Cindy Feng for a quick Q&A.

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New Kids on the Block: Jackie Stoelting

Jackie Stoelting

Over the next several months LPGA.com will spotlight the 2014 rookie class. Find out what each thought about earning their LPGA Tour card to what their favorite club is in their bag. Today we catch up with Jackie Stoelting for a quick Q&A.

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Five things Friday featuring Juli Inkster

Juli Inkster

Welcome to the next edition of Fun Fact Friday the weekly series where LPGA.com will share with you five random facts about a player.

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Take a look back at the 2010 U.S. Women's Open

Topics: US Women's Open
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Take a look back at highlights from the 2010 U.S. Women's Open. This is when the most recent American, Paula Creamer, claimed the title at Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, Pennsylvania.

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Featured Rules Q&A

I was playing a par three with a pond in front of the green. My tee shot hit the green past pin high and spun back into the pond. I dropped my ball on the green side of the pond taking a one-stroke penalty. After making four on the hole I was told by my playing partners that I should have taken a drop on the tee side of the pond and not where I dropped. I crossed the hazard and thought I made a proper drop. There wasn't any drop area for the hole. When we finished the round I signed my scorecard and then was told that I was DQ for signing for a wrong score because of where I dropped the ball on the par 3. What's the ruling?

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