Los Angeles calls itself the entertainment capital of the world, Hooray for Hollywood and all that jazz, though sports in this melange of lights, camera, action has always been hit or miss.
When Azahara Munoz finished second to Brooke Henderson on Saturday at the Lotte Championship in Honolulu, it was her best LPGA finish since 2014...
LPGA Q-School’s makeover is now official. Stages 1 and 2 of Q-School will still be played as separate, four-round tournaments, but the final stage as you know it is gone.
A tournament that built its foundation on nostalgia was gamely represented on Sunday by Laura Davies, who has contributed to the game’s history.
When Laura Davies posted a bogey-free nine-under 63, it was the lowest score she shot in an LPGA event since the third round of the Wendy’s Championship for Children … in 2005.
Angel Yin survived a dramatic final round and even more suspenseful playoff to win the $500,000 Omega Dubai Ladies Classic and cap an unforgettable rookie season.
The latest teen prodigy in golf, Lucy Li, remains a prodigy now that she’s become comfortably a teen
After becoming the youngest ever U.S. Women’s Open qualifier as a 11-year-old in 2014, Lucy Li purposely kept a relatively low profile. Until now that is.
Ariya Jutanugarn takes LPGA season finale after Lexi Thompson misses short par putt on the 18th hole
As if the 2017 season wasn’t already eventful enough for Lexi Thompson, it became even more so—frustratingly—on Sunday at Tiburon Golf Club.
Kim Kaufman had mono, fell going down stairs before the CME Group Tour Championship, now tied for lead
Kim Kaufman began not feeling well during the LPGA’s swing through Asia in the middle of October.
It has not exactly been a smooth season for Michelle Wie, who in a bid at some redemption will enter the final round of the last event of the 2017 LPGA season tied for the lead.
Lexi Thompson enters this week’s LPGA season finale, the CME Globe Tour Championship, the leader in the year-long CME Race to the CME Globe points standings.