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Rising Tide

Kathleen Ekey

Ekey looking to turn momentum from 2011 into success this season. Two years ago, Kathleen Ekey was just another player fighting for survival on the Symetra Tour.

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HSBC Women's Champions -- Third-round notes and interviews

Rolex Rankings No. 17 Angela Stanford, No. 65 Katie Futcher and No. 98 Jenny Shin remain in a tie atop the HSBC Women’s Champions leaderboard after three rounds with some of the Tour’s biggest names lurking close behind. The trio leads China’s Shanshan Feng by two shots and Rolex Rankings No. 1 Yani Tseng, No. 2 Na Yeon Choi and No. 7 Jiyai Shin by three shots with 18 holes remaining at the fifth-edition of the Singapore-based tournament.

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Judy Rankin's husband Yippy passed away

Topics: Rankin, Judy

Walter “Yippy” Rankin passed away Friday, February 24th, 2012 following an extended illness. Yippy had been a great supporter and fan of golf and women’s golf since marrying Judy Rankin in June of 1967, his wife of 45 years.

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HSBC Women's Champions First-round notes and interviews

For the second time in three years, Angela Stanford holds the first-round lead at the HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore. The 34-year-old Texan carded a bogey-free 6-under-par 66, one shy of Lorena Ochoa’s tournament record of 65 (2008, second round), to take a two-shot advantage over five players after 18 holes of play at Tanah Merah Country Club. In 2010, Stanford held a share of the first-round lead with Cristie Kerr and Hee Young Park at 4-under-par 68 and went on to tie for ninth. Her career-best finish at the HSBC event came in 2009, when she tied for third.

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HSBS Women's Champions Pre-tournament notes and interviews

Ai Miyazato

The next “Champion of Champions” will be crowned on Sunday at the fifth-annual HSBC Women’s Champions at Tanah Merah Country Club in Singapore. Each of the four prior winners of the $1.4 million tournament has come from the upper echelon of the women’s professional game. At the inaugural event in 2008, then-Rolex Rankings No. 1 Lorena Ochoa won the event by a whopping 11 strokes over Annika Sorenstam and set the tournament record with a 7-under-par 65 in the second round. In 2009, South Korea’s Jiyai Shin won the tournament by two strokes and went on to top the LPGA Official Money List and win the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year award at season’s end. Shin would go on to hold the Rolex Rankings No.

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