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NEWS: Complete Game Needed For Leaders At Kemper Lakes View More
Jessica Korda opened with a 5-under 67 Thursday at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. (Photo Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports)

NEWS: Complete Game Needed For Leaders At Kemper Lakes

KILDEER, ILLINOIS | Early first-round leader Jessica Korda summed it up best: “Finally, a golf course that benefits the long hitters.” She’s right. Kemper Lakes was always going to be beefy for the best women in the game – the longest course in KPMG Women’s PGA Championship history at a…

QUICK TAKE: KPMG Women’s PGA Draws Major Praise View More
Players are showing a lot of love for the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. (Photo Credit: Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports)

QUICK TAKE: KPMG Women’s PGA Draws Major Praise

KILDEER, ILLINOIS | It’s been a consistent and near-universal theme. This is the best major in women’s golf. No question. Not close. Players up and down the driving range and out on the insanely difficult back nine at Kemper Lakes Golf Club said it over and over. Caddies echoed their…

PODCAST: KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Preview View More
Brooke Henderson has a strong track record at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. (Photo: Brian Spurlock, USA Today Sports)

PODCAST: KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Preview

In this episode of the PostCast, our LPGA insider Steve Eubanks breaks down some of the major storylines at this week’s KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Kemper Lakes Golf Club in Kildeer, Ill. For more coverage of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, come back to globalgolfpost.com later this week.

QUICK TAKE: Sagstrom Has Her ‘Mind Right’ At U.S. Women’s Open View More
Madelene Sagstrom (Jeff Haynes, USGA)

QUICK TAKE: Sagstrom Has Her ‘Mind Right’ At U.S. Women’s Open

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA |  Of course it’s a physical game. Anybody who tells you that golf is 80- to 90-percent mental should play a hole with a 200-yard carry over water and be made to stay there until they get one over. Don’t tell anybody who has hit 300 or 400…

NEWS: Cool, Calm, Collected: Smith Ready For U.S. Women’s Open Weekend View More
Sarah Jane Smith (Photo credit: John David Mercer-USA Today Sports)

NEWS: Cool, Calm, Collected: Smith Ready For U.S. Women’s Open Weekend

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA | Every time you watch her you wonder how she hasn’t won 10 times. That, of course, assumes you’ve ever watched her or even know her name. Sarah Jane Smith is not likely to be someone you’ve followed. Even if you’re a fan of the game, the 33-year-old…

NEWS: Ariya Jutanugarn Is Focused On Commitment At Shoal Creek View More
Ariya Jutanugarn opened with a 5-under-par 67 at the U.S. Women's Open Thursday. (Photo Credit: Liza Eubanks/Global Golf Post)

NEWS: Ariya Jutanugarn Is Focused On Commitment At Shoal Creek

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA – Talent is a must. Obviously. You don’t win majors, become Player of the Year and reach the No. 1 spot in the Rolex Rankings without gobs of talent. But some championships require more than natural gifts and a good work ethic. Some require wisdom and maturity. Deep…