Apparently, Margot Robbie wants to learn another sport.
A season that began with plenty of promise after a victory at the HSBC Women’s World Championship in March, took an all-too-familiar turn for Michelle Wie.
Lexi Thompson involved in another rules issue, but still shoots 64 to stay in contention in her return to play
Until Saturday at the Indy Women in Tech Championship, Lexi Thompson’s return to the LPGA after a month-long self-imposed break to mentally re-charge had been seemingly uneventful.
Lexi Thompson abruptly withdrew from the Women’s British Open three weeks ago, citing emotional and mental exhaustion.
Georgia Hall plays with a quiet intensity, which on the final day of the Ricoh Women’s British Open made her look like she was exactly where she belonged.
Paula Creamer finds herself in an unusual position for a 10-time LPGA winner and former U.S. Women’s Open champion: On the outside looking in to play in a major championship.
Brittany Lincicome breaks par in the second round of PGA Tour’s Barbasol Championship, holes 116-yard shot for eagle
Brittany Lincicome did herself and the LPGA proud on Saturday, by making five birdies and an eagle and posting a one-under-par 71...
Thidapa Suwannapura goes from fear she’ll lose tour card to beating Brittany Lincicome in a playoff for first LPGA win
The Jutanugarn sisters are no longer the only, women from Thailand to win on the LPGA tour. After shooting 65 on Sunday ...
Attention tour pros looking for a fat bonus next season: The PGA Tour and LPGA have announced a new $1 million prize. And it doesn’t require much effort on your part.
USGA officials optimistic they’ll get things started on time at Shoal Creek—and will play the ball down
If no more rain falls before Thursday morning, USGA officials says they’ll be looking at a 72-hole U.S. Women’s Open that’s starting on time on Thursday, and the ball will be played as it lies.
Carol Mann stood six-foot-three, or five-feet-15, as she liked to say, but she stood out in golf for altogether other reasons.