Published: March 25, 2021
She finally admitted what those of us who were there suspected all along. When Michelle Wie West walked onto the patio at Hazeltine National on Friday of the 2019 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, you could see it in her teary eyes and hear it in her cracking voice.
Published: March 24, 2021
The LPGA Tour returns to Aviara Golf Club for the 11th Kia Classic after the 2020 competition was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Eight of the tournament’s previous 10 winners have made the trek to Carlsbad, Calif., including defending champion Nasa Hataoka of Japan, as well as Eun-Hee Ji (2018), Mirim Lee (2017), Lydia Ko (2016), Cristie Kerr (2015), Anna Nordqvist (2014), Yani Tseng (2012) and Sandra Gal (2011).
Published: March 04, 2021
In the two LPGA Drive On Championship tournaments in 2020, Danielle Kang won at Inverness Club and finished solo second at Reynolds Lake Oconee. It’s safe to say that the Rolex World Golf Rankings No. 5 enjoys the atmosphere and competitive nature the particular Drive On series showcases bring.
Published: March 01, 2021
The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), the longest-running professional women's sports organization in the world, and SknVue, a nonprofit organization promoting global awareness and early detection of skin cancer, today jointly announced a strategic partnership in support of SknVue’s Skn in The Game campaign.
Published: February 28, 2021
When Nelly Korda’s final putt dropped at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, the emotions took over. Tears welled in her eyes, as she realized the day’s reward. The 22-year-old had won her fourth victory on the LPGA Tour since joining in 2017 at the Gainbridge LPGA, after what she coined a “stressful” day.