Early in the week, Canada’s Brooke Henderson appeared to be right at home in Hawaii. She was the 36-hole leader at the Lotte Championship and extended her advantage to five strokes at one point in the third round.
So Yeon Ryu might have been her own orchestra had golf not turned her into a solo artist. She played the violin, the flute and the piano as a child and even considered a career as a classical musician.
Standing on the tee at Aviara Country Club's par-3 14th on Sunday at the LPGA Kia Classic in Carlsbad, Calif., Eun-Hee Ji of South Korea had a one-shot lead over a late-charging Cristie Kerr. Then this happened.
South Korean rookie Jin Young Ko creates a piece of history in Adelaide.
Lydia Ko is starting the LPGA season with a new caddie and new instructor. And no, this isn’t an old story mistakenly republished.
The embattled Ladies European Tour (LET) may have decided to go it alone in 2018 but insist they remain open to future partnerships with either the LPGA Tour, the men’s European Tour or a combination thereof.
Mercurial Dutchwoman Anne Van Dam has quickly parked the heartache of wasting a dream start at last week’s LPGA Tour Q-School in the U.S. to take the driver’s seat halfway through the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
There’s an old adage that warns rivals to “beware the sick/injured golfer“. For survivors of the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic’s 36-hole cut, beware the tired/grumpy Georgia Hall might be more pertinent advice this weekend.
An exhausted Georgia Hall is determined to muster one final effort in Dubai to achieve the only thing missing from her career year.
Last weekend’s CME Group Tour Championship was the 33rd and final LPGA event of 2017, a year in which 22 different players won tournament titles. Yet it’s the name of one who didn’t that stands out.
There was never a dull moment for Michelle Wie during the 2017 LPGA season and her farewell Insta post provided more of the same.