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OPINION: Deep-End Dive Coming Too Soon For Promising Teen View More
Yealimi Noh ((Steve Gibbons, USGA)

OPINION: Deep-End Dive Coming Too Soon For Promising Teen

INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA | From a distance, she looks like any other tour player who isn’t having a great week. Through the first two rounds of the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship, Yealimi Noh hit it just as far as any of her fellow competitors. She found more fairways and…

NEWS: Tennant Captures U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur View More
Lara Tennant hoists the trophy at the 2018 U.S. Senior Women's Amatuer. (Photo credit: USGA)

NEWS: Tennant Captures U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur

Lara Tennant won the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur on Thursday, defeating Sue Wooster, 3 and 2, in the final at Orchid Island Golf & Beach Club in Vero Beach, Fla. Tennant, a 51-year-old Portland, Ore., resident and former University of Arizona golfer, trailed for only three holes in her six…

QUICK TAKE: Olson Starting To Show The Fire Inside View More
Hoping to put the disappointment of the Evian Championship behind her, Amy Olson shot a 3-under-par 69 on Thursday at the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship.

QUICK TAKE: Olson Starting To Show The Fire Inside

INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA | If you didn’t know her, you’d never know. Amy Olson remains as sweet as any person in or out of golf. You’d never know that this cold, windy Thursday at the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship was her first competitive round since the hooked tee shot,…

NEWS: Bell, Goosen Highlight 2019 Hall of Fame Class View More
Peggy Kirk Bell was a charter member of the LPGA who went on to become a noted instructor and women’s golf proponent. (Photo credit: World Golf Hall of Fame)

NEWS: Bell, Goosen Highlight 2019 Hall of Fame Class

The group of Peggy Kirk Bell, Retief Goosen, Jan Stephenson, Billy Payne and Dennis Walters will be enshrined in the World Golf Hall of Fame next June, it was announced Wednesday. The ceremony will take place the Monday prior to the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Bell, who died in…

NEWS: Koepka Named PGA Tour Player Of The Year View More
Brooks Koepka won two major championships in 2018. (Photo: Lee Smith, Reuters)

NEWS: Koepka Named PGA Tour Player Of The Year

On the strength of two major championship victories, Brooks Koepka has earned Player of the Year honors for the 2017-18 PGA Tour season. The 28-year-old Floridian won the U.S. Open and PGA Championship while posting four additional top-10 finishes. Making his Player of the Year achievement even more notable is…

QUICK TAKE: Crown Showdown Pauses As Typhoon Approaches View More
As the rains came in, Australians Su Oh and Katherine Kirk handed the South Korean team its only loss thus far at the UL International Crown. (Photo credit: LPGA)

QUICK TAKE: Crown Showdown Pauses As Typhoon Approaches

INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA | The best matches of the week at the UL International Crown will take almost that long to finish. From the beginning, the most anticipated matchup in the first three sessions was between the No. 1 seed home team, South Korea, and the grittiest team in the…

QUICK TAKE: Chairman Pledges Progress Toward Bolstering LET Schedule View More
England's Georgia Hall won the 2018 Women's British Open. Opportunities are expanding for the Ladies European Tour. (Photo credit: Action Images via Reuters/Jason Cairnduff)

QUICK TAKE: Chairman Pledges Progress Toward Bolstering LET Schedule

On Wednesday, Mark Lichtenhein, the chairman of the Ladies European Tour, was in Strasbourg, France, to announce a 2019 Women’s European Open, an event which will be part and parcel of the European Commission’s Week of Sport from 23-30 September and BeActive campaign. “It’s a very strong announcement – and…

NEWS: UL International Crown Schedule Shifts Forward For Storm View More
After a victory on Day 1, the American duo of Lexi Thompson and Cristie Kerr will pair up again. (Photo credit: LPGA)

NEWS: UL International Crown Schedule Shifts Forward For Storm

INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA | The weather problems that have plagued the 2018 LPGA season continue. This time, it’s Typhoon Kong-rey barreling down on the Korean peninsula as a Category 1 storm. With a potential washout in mind, times for the second-day matches at the UL International Crown have been moved…