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22 December 2011, Singapore - LPGA legend and Hall of Famer Karrie Webb will return to defend her HSBC Women's Champions title at the Tanah Merah Country Club from 23 to 26 February 2012. The Australian golfing legend, currently ranked 18th in the official Rolex Rankings, will be returning to the club where she won last year's title with hopes of repeating her winning performance.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., December 22, 2011 - LPGA Founder Bettye Danoff passed away today in Texas at the age of 88.
LPGA.com counts down to the end of 2011 with the LPGA Tour's 11 top stories of the year. Join us as we look back at the year's most memorable milestones. Read about Yani Tseng's win in Taiwan in Story No. 10.
It’s more of a fact than a joke that Taiwan’s Yani Tseng dominated the 2011 LPGA Tour to a degree that everybody else was playing for second.
LPGA.com begins its countdown to the end of 2011 with the LPGA Tour's 11 top stories of the year. Join us as we look back at the year's most memorable milestones. We begin here with Story No. 11.