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LPGA Launches 2012 Ad Campaign

The LPGA’s fans have asked… and the players have answered. The Tour today released four new spots as part of the highly successful “See Why It’s Different Out Here” marketing campaign that first launched in 2011. The 30-second spots, which are available at LPGA.com and will also be seen on Golf Channel, the LPGA’s international television partners, and local tournament markets throughout the 2012 season, feature 12 of the LPGA’s top stars.

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Lewis will represent Antigua brand in 2012

The Antigua Group, Inc.—one of the nation’s leading designers and marketers of lifestyle apparel under the distinguished Antigua and Slazenger brands has announced it’s Tour Team for year 2012.

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Mallon thrilled to be 2013 U.S. Solheim Cup Team Captain

Eighteen-time LPGA winner and nine-time Solheim Cup participant Meg Mallon was introduced as Captain of the 2013 U.S. squad at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando on Jan. 26. The four-time major champion was humbled by the honor and said she will take the role very seriously as the U.S. Team attempts to win back the cup from the European Team, Aug. 16-18, at Colorado Golf Club in Parker, Colo. Former LPGA media relations coordinator and 2013 Solheim Cup PR Manager Neal Reid caught up with Mallon to get her thoughts on her selection.

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HSBC Women's Champions Final Round Notes and Interviews

Angela Stanford earned her fifth-career LPGA title and added Champion of Champions to her resume with a victory at the HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore. She joins a world-class list of past champions that include Lorena Ochoa (2008), Jiyai Shin (2009), Ai Miyazato (2010) and Karrie Webb (2011). “I feel extremely honored to be in that group of golfers and women, and to be the first American to get to win here is pretty special,” she said.

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Angela Stanford wins the HSBC Women's Champion after a playoff

The drama of a weather suspension on the final hole in regulation and a four-player, three-hole, sudden-death playoff at the HSBC Women’s Champions wasn’t enough to keep Angela Stanford from prevailing to earn her fifth-career LPGA victory. The 34-year-old sank a three-foot birdie putt on the third playoff hole to earn the distinction of the 2012 “Champion of Champions” title. Stanford outlasted Shanshan Feng, who three-putted the first playoff hole, Na Yeon Choi, who missed a four-footer for par on the second playoff hole, and Jenny Shin, who bogeyed the final playoff hole to post the the second win by an American in the first three events of the LPGA season for the first time since 2007.

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