There is still plenty to play for during the final three events of the 2018 LPGA season. Just not the tour’s Player of the Year award.
A new and shortened format, a different course and revised dates are designed to reinvigorate Dubai’s now rebranded women’s professional event.
Angela Stanford didn’t just win her first major, she went where no golfer (male or female) has gone before
The label “best player without a major championship” often gets passed around in men’s golf, a dubious honorific to say the least.
Sung Hyun Park wins, Lizette Salas gets painfully close to second LPGA victory, and Lexi Thompson returns
Maybe the pressure of the moment got to Lizette Salas, who needed a birdie on 18 to beat Sung Hyun Park and win the Indy Women in Tech Championship.
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.
A breakout win from a rising young star? That certain is how Sunday appears to have unfolded at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
David Cannon LYTHAM ST ANNES, ENGLAND – AUGUST 05: Georgia Hall of England lines up a birdie putt on the 13th hole during the final round of the Ricoh Women’s British ...
If there is one player, though, who might rise above the sea of LPGA Tour talent and begin to take control, it’s Ariya Jutanugarn.
Beatriz Recari’s whiff with a driver is the latest example of how tough golf can be—even for tour pros
By Stephen Hennessey It’s always shocking when a tour pro does something we see our hacker buddies do on a regular basis. If you haven’t whiffed on a shot (c’mon, you ...