Who will earn their 2015 LPGA Tour Card?
Lydia Ko tapped in for par on the fourth sudden-death playoff hole to net the biggest payday...Read More
The youngest player in the field at the CME Group Tour Championship - 17-year-old Lydia Ko –...Read More
Ko won the CME Group Tour Championship in a playoff with Julieta Granada and Carlota...Read More
Granada stayed in the lead in Naples after a Saturday 70, putting her one shot ahead of...Read More
Suzann Pettersen is back home in Norway and keeping herself very busy. She has done TV and radio interviews, gone cross country skiing, and played tennis with her brother
Vicky Hurst spent a few days recently in Bucaramanga, Colombia visiting fellow Tour member MariaJo Uribe. They went rafting and sampled a lot of the local cuisine.
In an era often dominated by teen LPGA pros, it would be easy to think that players in their late 30s might be calling it quits. But not for tour veteran Karen Stupples, who seems to just be hitting her stride.
DAPHNE, Ala. - The world's No.1-ranked women's golfer, Yani Tseng, is the United States Sports Academy's 2011 Female Athlete of the Year.