It's that time of year! The start of the 2013 LPGA season is quickly approaching and each week throughout the year we will spotlight one LPGA player and provide an in depth look into her life - both on and off the course. Up next in the "This week is all about..." series is Brittany Lincicome. Be sure to read the latest buzz about Lincicome.
What bad back? Brittany Lincicome in contention at exciting LPGA Titleholders
In addition to taking on Player of the Year Stacy Lewis, world No. 1 Yani Tseng, and the rest of the talent-rich field at the LPGA’s Titleholders event, Brittany Lincicome has battled back pain that nearly forced her to withdraw from the tour’s season finale.
“I was in SOOO much pain today playing golf,” @Brittany1golf tweeted after carding a 4-under 68 in Thursday’s first round at TwinEagles Golf Club in Naples, Fla. “I've never in my life felt anything like this before.” More>>
CME Group signs Lincicome to sponsorship deal
by Gene Yasuda
CME Group, title sponsor of the LPGA's CME Group Titleholders tournament, is investing in another of the tour's assets – not an event, but one of its players.
Saying it wants to increase its commitment to women's professional golf, CME Group announced a sponsorship deal with Brittany Lincicome. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Among the LPGA's marquee players, Lincicome has five LPGA career victories and has exceeded $5 million in total earnings. Last year, she competed on her third U.S. Solheim Cup team. More>>
Hate to be Rude: Brittany Lincicome
Golfweek Senior Writer Jeff Rude asks LPGA star Brittany Lincicome a very important question: Would you rather be playing golf, or be fishing? Her answer may surprise you! More>>
Brittany Lincicome: LPGA Star Honors Her Roots In Tampa Bay
By Jeff Berlinicke
Brittany Lincicome has been a winner all over the world. With three wins on the LPGA Tour and other amateur and pro-am wins that span the globe, she's made an imprint just about everywhere on a golf course except in her hometown of St. Petersburg.
That's because there are no women's professional golf tournaments in St. Petersburg. In fact, the LPGA has gone several years without even a visit to the state of Florida even though the Tour is headquarted in Daytona Beach. More>>