Tee times and pairings for the stroke-play portion of the 66th U.S. Girls' Junior Championship to be held at Forest Highlands Golf Club (Meadow course) in Flagstaff, Ariz
Inbee Park came to the Women's British Open completely under the radar, but said she didn’t mind -- it shows as she leads after three rounds at Royal Birkdale.
Whatever the affable Karen Stupples does in the future, she’ll always be introduced as 2004 Women’s British Open champion. Friday at Royal Birkdale, she ended her playing days.
The last, and likely only time, the media have gathered around Beatriz Recari this season came three weeks ago at Pinehurst when she played a practice round alongside 11-year-old Lucy Li. Friday, Recari found the spotlight herself with a smooth 5-under 67, the lowest round so far this week at Royal Birkdale.
Michelle Wie and Stacy Lewis spend plenty of time together off the course, but it is the pushing of each other on the course that is paying major dividends for them, and for the LPGA.
For the first time, five of the seven members of one of golf’s most exclusive clubs met under one roof. Al Geiberger, Chip Beck, Annika Sorenstam, Paul Goydos and Stuart Appleby convened at Eddie V’s Prime Seafood for Golf Channel’s filming of an episode of its series “Legendary Conversation.”
Inside the June 27, 2014 issue of Golfweek.
Michelle Wie, 24, fired an even-par 70 on Sunday at the U.S. Women's Open to hold off a charge from World No. 1 Stacy Lewis to win her first major title of her career.
Michelle Wie arrived at Pinehurst No. 2 with a three-shot lead, but behind a 2-under 68 Amy Yang is tied with Wie (72) for the 54-hole lead. See how it happened in our U.S. Women's Open Tracker.
Stacy Lewis heads to Pinehurst No. 2 for Friday's second round of the 2014 U.S. Women's Open with a one-shot lead over Michelle Wie. Keep up with the highlights here!
Several notables, from Kraft Nabisco champion Lexi Thompson to Solheim Cup captain Juli Inkster, took to Pinehurst No. 2 with mixed results. Here are 5 Things to know Thursday's first round.
Stacy Lewis jumped out to an early lead at Pinehurst in Thursday's first round of the U.S. Women's Open, while Michelle Wie, Lydia Ko and Paula Creamer are among those taking aim this afternoon. See the highlights here!
The men moved out of Pinehurst, and now the women take center stage in golf. On a national sports landscape that already is overwhelmed with content, the U.S. Women’s Open is a welcome moment for the women to establish more of a presence.
It'd be easy to label 11-year-old Lucy Li as a prodigy after she qualified for the U.S. Women's Open. But the young gun from California is simply learning from the entire experience, putting no expectations on herself as she takes on Pinehurst.
After completing a successful freshman campaign at UCLA, top-ranked Alison Lee was greeted with a phone call from one of the all-time women's golf greats Annika Sorenstam – something Lee will cherish forever.
As she preps for the U.S. Women's Open at Pinehurst No. 2, Michelle Wie finds her form, personally and professionally.
Stacy Lewis finished a stroke off the tournament scoring record by capping her week at the ShopRite LPGA Classic with a 67 for the win.
On the eve of the Memorial Tournament, Jack Nicklaus talked about the shape his game's in, his career majors record in Tiger Woods' sights and how far he might have driven the ball in his prime using today's equipment.
Jerry Magee has experienced nearly everything you can as a professional golfer, but his most nervous moments might be ahead of him as he prepares to introduce his daughter-in-law, Annika Sorenstam, at a Wednesday ceremony at the Memorial.
Shedding tendencies of shyness and self-critiquing while settling into a new culture, Duke's Celine Boutier is even par through two rounds at the 2014 NCAA Division I Women’s Championship.
A look at our initial Annika Award Watch List. The award will honor the best player in women's college golf.
Annika Sorenstam sits down with Golfweek's Beth Ann Baldry to talk about the new Annika Award presented by 3M, with the award sanctioned by the Haskins Commission.
LPGA legend Annika Sorenstam gave the keynote speech for the 2013 PGA Merchandise Show and had a clear message: We need to grow the game.
Nancy Lopez shares her one regret with Jeff Rude, and why she thinks Annika and Lorena should still be playing.
Annika Sorenstam recounts her college years at Arizona, including recruiting, her favorite tournament and what is so special about the team vans.
Ashleigh Korzack speaks with Annika Sorenstam about the Annika brand and how fashion has changed on the LPGA.
Yani Tseng gives Golfweek an exclusive tour of her house, which she bought from Annika Sorenstam.
Jeff Rude catches up with Annika Sorenstam shortly after her wedding and asks about her break dancing moves as well as the LPGA's great going away present.
It wasn't Stacy or Paula, it wasn't Annika or Lorena. The only name that matters today is Inbee, the 63rd U.S. Women's Open champion.