Who will win the inaugural event?
Will Jessica Korda defend her title?
Stacy Lewis, Jessica Korda, and Azahara Munoz, the headliners atop the leaderboard, headed...Read More
Minutes before the veil of darkness closed on the first round at the Coates Championship...Read More
The offseason in Jupiter, Fla., resembled the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open final round. Both...Read More
Lydia Ko tapped in for par on the fourth sudden-death playoff hole to net the biggest payday...Read More
LPGA-USGA Girls Golf program (Girls Golf) gears up to celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2009, Sandy LaBauve - the woman who started the program that would become Girls Golf - and past participant-turned LPGA Tour winner Brittany Lincicome will serve as national ambassadors.
When Barack Obama raised his right hand one week ago to be sworn in as the 44th President of the United States, two African-American professional golfers were glued to the TV with millions of other Americans and viewers from around the world.
Sarah-Jane Smith, aka Sarah-Jane Kenyon, has a new name along with a new LPGA Tour card for 2009. The 24-year-old Australian is spending a few weeks in her home country competing and getting used to her new name. Read more about Sarah-Jane Smith, her new husband and where she is playing this week. >>
ndy Shepard, 84, former chairman of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Board of Directors, died Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009, following complications from a recent fall. Shepard, a Santa Rosa, Calif., resident at the time of his death, served on the LPGA Board of Directors from 1992-96, and was chairman of the board from 1997-2000.