Top-ranked Inbee Park, No. 3 Stacy Lewis and two-time 2014 winner Anna Nordqvist will play in Thursday's early feature groups at the LPGA's first major of the year, the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Nelly Korda of Bradenton, Fla., won the Kathy Whitworth Invitational on March 11.
Bailey Tardy will attend Georgia in the fall after an accomplished junior career, but she has one goal in mind before leaving her junior days behind: Win a U.S. Girls' Junior Championship.
Arizona epitomizes youth this season in every way. The leading Wildcat scorers are a sophomore transfer and two freshmen. With youth comes the opportunity for a breakout performance.
The first major of the LPGA season will lose Kraft Nabisco as a sponsor after 2014, commissioner Mike Whan told the local newspaper.
Nelly Korda, 15, drew upon her made cut at last year's U.S. Women's Open, calming her nerves to win the Kathy Whitworth Invitational in a playoff.
Nine amateurs will compete on sponsor exemptions at the Kraft Nabisco Championship on April 3-6 in Rancho Mirage, Calif., including 15-year-old Nelly Korda, who made the cut at last year’s U.S. Women’s Open.
Over the past 12 years, the Golfweek Junior Invitational has evolved from a year-end event in Florida to a year-long series with invitationals played around the country.
Derek Castillo and Kristen Gillman took stroke-play-medalist honors Tuesday at the AJGA Polo Golf Junior Classic, earning the top seed for match play in the boys and girls division, respectively.
The AJGA has announced its roster of 2013 Rolex All-Americans, an honor annually bestowed upon the top junior golfers in the world.
As soon as Jessica Korda exited the gauntlet of screaming, costumed fans at No. 1 tee, she popped the first bite of a banana in her mouth. Halfway down the fairway, once partner Morgan Pressel had hit the approach, Korda knew that banana wasn’t staying down.
A four-shot lead held up for Inbee Park in the final round of the U.S. Women's Open, bringing her three-fifths of the way to a grand slam.
Jessica Korda parted ways with her caddie after the ninth hole of the U.S. Women’s Open and promptly told her boyfriend to grab the bag.
Check out the spotlight groups in Sunday's final round of the U.S. Women's Open at Sebonack, as well as complete tee times and pairings.
Inbee Park outdistanced the field again at Sebonack, building a four-shot lead with the only third-round score under par at the U.S. Women's Open as I.K. Kim is in second. Recap the highlights right here.
For all the dreariness that greeted the 41 players who arrived at Sebonack early Saturday morning to finish the fog-delayed second round of the U.S. Women's Open, much depended on those final few holes.
Here are complete groupings and tee times for Saturday's third round of the U.S. Women's Open at Sebonack Golf Club, where leader Inbee Park and I.K. Kim will play in the final group.
While Inbee Park and I.K. Kim can boast low scores at 68 and 69 respectively, just eight golfers headed completed two rounds with a score under par. Here are 5 Things to Know.
The second round of the U.S. Women's Open has ground to a halt a bit early this evening at Sebonack, where fog thickened before Inbee Park – winner of the season's first two majors – passed I.K. Kim for the lead. Recap the action here.
Second-round notes from the U.S. Women's Open at Sebonack: I.K. Kim in the lead after the morning wave, Lizette Salas back at the top of the leaderboard in a major championship and more.