This season, for the first time, the opportunity to win a senior slam on the women’s tour became possible. Thanks to the inaugural U.S. Senior Women’s Open...
The inaugural U.S. Senior Women’s Open was a success by virtually every metric, notably the outcome coming down to the two players likely...
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.
Lydia Ko is starting the LPGA season with a new caddie and new instructor. And no, this isn’t an old story mistakenly republished.
Much has been made of the Majlis being a big-hitters paradise but I.K. Kim reckons the absorbing 12th edition of the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic will be decided on the greens.
Shy Thai Supamas Sangchan was happy to let her golf do the talking after grabbing the early clubhouse lead and keeping it all the way to the end of an absorbing opening day at the 12th Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
Troy Mullins set to rip it past major champion I.K. Kim and co. in rebranded Omega Dubai Ladies “Classic”
Reigning Women’s British Open champion In-Kyung Kim has been lured to headline the 12th edition of the rebranded Omega Dubai Ladies “Classic” but it is another edgy sponsors invite that is dominating the pre-tournament narrative.
Beth Allen promises to bring something resembling her A-game to Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open defence
Beth Allen can feel the game that carried her to the 2016 Ladies European Tour’s (LET) money title bursting to break through the gloom of a tough season in the U.S. and intends proving it at Saadiyat Beach.
Laura Davies is set to tee it up at next year's Shipco Masters in Denmark.
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 ...