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WATCH: Global Golf Post’s Steve Eubanks On Golf Channel’s Morning Drive View More
Steve Eubanks and Damon Hack discuss a pair of former No. 1 LPGA players on Golf Channel's Morning Drive.

WATCH: Global Golf Post’s Steve Eubanks On Golf Channel’s Morning Drive

Lydia Ko’s resurgence and So Yeon Ryu’s injury were Thursday morning’s hot topics, as Global Golf Post’s Steve Eubanks joined Golf Channel’s Morning Drive from the CME Group Tour Championship in Naples, Fla. Ko hasn’t won in more than a year and lost her world No. 1 ranking to Ariya…

NEWS: World No. 1 Maguire Will Forgo LPGA Q-School Finals View More
Leona Maguire represented Ireland at the 2016 Olympics. (Photo Credit: REUTERS/Andrew Boyers, Picture Supplied by Action Images)

NEWS: World No. 1 Maguire Will Forgo LPGA Q-School Finals

Nobody can deny that world amateur No. 1 Leona Maguire is a rare breed. But she’s an even rarer breed at the pressure-packed LPGA and Symetra Tour Qualifying Tournament Stage II event in Florida this week because her goal is simply to complete 72 holes and secure Symetra Tour status….

NEWS: Catriona Matthew Named 2019 European Solheim Cup Captain View More
Catriona Matthew at the 2017 Solheim Cup at Des Moines Golf and Country Club. (Photo Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports)

NEWS: Catriona Matthew Named 2019 European Solheim Cup Captain

Catriona Matthew, a four-time LPGA Tour winner and nine-time Solheim Cup participant, has been named the European Solheim Cup captain for the 2019 matches in her home country of Scotland, the Ladies European Tour announced Thursday. Matthew, 48, was an unsurprising pick given her experience and Scottish roots. The PGA…

QUICK TAKE: A Class Act Bows Out View More
Ai Miyazato's decorated LPGA Tour career came to a close on Sunday in France.

QUICK TAKE: A Class Act Bows Out

  Athletes retire all the time. But it isn’t often that a sport loses a precious gem like golf did this week. On Sunday, Ai Miyazato, who has always been a better person than she is a player, even when she was the No.1-ranked player in the world, waved goodbye…

QUICK TAKE: Sister Act Takes A Moriya Turn View More
Moriya Jutanugarn is looking for her first LPGA and her first major victory at the Evian Championship. (Photo Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports)

QUICK TAKE: Sister Act Takes A Moriya Turn

Wouldn’t it be something? If Moriya Jutanugarn holds onto the one-shot lead she carries into the final round of the Evian Championship, three players this year will have made their first LPGA victory a major. Danielle Kang and Sung Hyun Park captured their first at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship…