Sandra Gal

Germany

6'0"

2008

$2,503,706.75

University of Florida (August 2008, Advertising)

Official Site

Race to CME Globe

35

Rolex Ranking™

51

Sandra Gal News

Safeway Classic Presented by Coca-Cola First Round Notes and Interviews

Twenty-three-year old Thailand native Pornanong Phatlum fired an 8-under 64 in the first round of the Safeway Classic Presented by Coca-Cola and takes a one-shot lead over American teenager Lexi Thompson.

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Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship Pre-tournament Notes and Interviews

Fans line the 9th hole

The LPGA Tour heads to Taiwan this week for the third event of the Tour’s fall Asian swing, the Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship.

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Ryder Cup was great theater, and quite a classroom

Sandra Gal attended her first Ryder Cup last week at Medinah.

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2012 U.S. Women's Open Final-Round Notes and Interviews

Na Yeon Choi first dreamt of playing on the LPGA Tour when at the age of 10, she watched Se Ri Pak capture the 1998 U.S. Women's Open at Blackwolf Run. On Sunday, Choi's dreams of becoming a major winner came true as she took home the 2012 U.S. Women's Open title on the same course where Pak captured her most memorable victory. Choi shot a final-round, 1-over 73 to take a four-shot victory over fellow South Korean Amy Yang and earn her first ever major title.

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U.S. Women's Open Third-Round Notes and Interviews

Five-time LPGA Tour winner Na Yeon Choi will have an opportunity to capture the biggest victory of her career, as she carries a six-stroke lead into Sunday’s final round of the 67th U.S. Women’s Open. Choi, who is ranked fifth in the Rolex Rankings, put on a masterful display on the Championship Course at Blackwolf Run Saturday by firing a 7-under 65. Choi’s round tied Karrie Webb (1997) and Judy Clark (1985) for the lowest 3rd round score in U.S. Women’s Open history and only four lower rounds have ever been recorded in the history of the championship.

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