Michelle Wie withdrew from the LPGA’s Canadian Pacific Women’s Open on Sunday and announced through her management team, IMG, that she was undergoing surgery this afternoon to remove her appendix.
By Keely Levins To put it lightly, Paula Creamer hasn’t had the best season. She’s missed seven cuts and she’s currently ranked 120th in the world, forcing her to play in a Monday qualifier just to get into the Ricoh Women’s British Open for the first time in her professional ...Continue Reading
By Ryan Herrington When Lydia Ko won the Ladies European Tour’s New Zealand Open in 2013 at age 15 years, nine months and 17 days, it was hard to conceive of anyone break the mark. But Thailand’s Atthaya Thitkul did just that—by nearly 17 months—when the amateur won the LET’s ...Continue Reading
By Keely Levins Danielle Kang birdied the 18th hole to win the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club outside of Chicago on Sunday. The 24-year-old was tied for the lead heading into the final round, a position she’d never been in before. And at first, it looked ...Continue Reading
By Keely Levins This week the second LPGA major of the year, the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, will be played at Olympia Fields Country Club outside of Chicago. From Michelle Wie, to rules controversies, to the Solheim Cup, there are a lot of storylines to note before the event gets ...Continue Reading
By Keely Levins The latest Rolex Rankings were released Monday morning, and there’s another new World No. 1 in women’s golf. So Yeon Ryu, fresh off her victory at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship on Sunday, grabbed the top spot for the first time in her career. The 26-year-old is ...Continue Reading
Most of us can agree that golf can be very intimidating for beginners. We praise initiatives that help bring the game to an expanded group, one of which is a global day that has caught our attention. Following its launch last year, Women’s Golf Day will feature more than 700 ...Continue Reading