In the final tune-up before the first major of the 2014 LPGA season, Lydia Ko, Karrie Webb and Azahara Munoz will form one of the top groups in the first two rounds of the Kia Classic.
Brooke Pancake has plenty of game, having led Alabama to a national championship and a U.S. Women's Amateur semifinalist. But it is her last name that gets most of the attention, and on National Pancake Day, we celebrate her along with Chase54.
Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic winner Jessica Korda will play with Paula Creamer and Charley Hull while World No. 2 Suzann Pettersen and No. 3 Stacy Lewis will play with Karrie Webb at the 2014 Women’s Australian Open -- see complete tee times and groupings here.
Lydia Ko shot 1-under 71 in her pro debut Thursday at the CME Titleholders Championship. Ko, 16, is seven shots back of first-round leader Sandra Gal, who carded a course-record 64.
Lydia Ko will start her title defense at the CN Canadian Women’s Open next to Solheim Cup hero Charley Hull. Ko, 16, and Hull, 17, are two of the best young talents in the game.
Emily Tubert is on the back end of a changing of the guard in women’s amateur golf.
Tee times for the second round of the 2013 U.S. Women's Open at Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y.
Local qualifying for the U.S. Women’s Open, to be played June 27-30 at Sebonack Golf in Southampton, N.Y., has begun.
Of five freshmen women posting strong seasons, two have a legitimate shot at Player of the Year honors: Annie Park of USC and Mariah Stackhouse of Stanford are ranked in the sport's top five.
Our LPGA senior writer Beth Ann Baldry takes a look at 10 players to watch in the upcoming 2013 season.
If there was a theme to women's college golf in 2012, it was that it’s becoming less and less predictable, which is great for the game.
Golfweek will spend 10 days counting down the top amateur players of the past year. Who will be No. 1? Who else will make the list? Check back each day. Today: No. 6 Austin Ernst
Golfweek will spend 10 days counting down the top amateur players of the past year. Who will be No. 1? Who else will make the list? Check back each day. Today: No. 10 Bronte Law
In our first My Year in Golf, our Beth Ann Baldry reflects on the amazing story of Meredith Duncan to a round at Liberty National to the memory of rules official Doug Brecht.
LPGA Q-School for 2012 is in the books and the 20 players that have earned their cards can enjoy the holidays a bit more this year. Here is a player-by-player look at the 20 to advance.
Christina Kim, perhaps the most well-known player in the field at the final stage of LPGA Q-School, is staying close to the top of the leaderboard at LPGA International.
Here are the tee times and pairings for the final stage of LPGA Qualifying School, to begin Nov. 28 at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Katie Burnett of Brunswick, Ga., shot a final-round 71 to win the second stage of LPGA Q-School by six shots.
Recent Alabama graduate Brooke Pancake has been chosen as one of the nine finalists for the 2012 NCAA Woman of the Year award, announced by the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics.
Garrett Phillips' journey to LPGA Q-School has been different than most, but the 26-year-old's runner-up finish Friday assured her of a spot in the second stage.
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