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NEWS: Jutanugarn, Ryu Could Take Over No. 1 In Rolex Rankings View More
So Yeon Ryu has continued a steady climb up the Rolex Rankings. (Photo Credit, Gary Vasquez, USA Today Sports)

NEWS: Jutanugarn, Ryu Could Take Over No. 1 In Rolex Rankings

WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA – Lydia Ko continues to hang on to the No. 1 spot on the Rolex World Rankings, but to say that it is far from a runaway is underselling the race by a wide margin. This week at the Kingsmill Championship: If Ko wins, she will remain No….

OPINION: Caddie Firing Is Not Grounds To Criticize Ko View More
Lydia Ko tees off at the 17th hole during the first round of the 2017 ANA Inspiration. Photo Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

OPINION: Caddie Firing Is Not Grounds To Criticize Ko

The Lydia Ko criticisms have gotten right silly, especially against the backdrop of her comeback performance last week in Hawaii where she opened with a 73 and played the next 54 holes in 18-under par. But the news in this LPGA off week hasn’t been Ko’s comeback or the vast…

PostCast, Episode 6: Playing Golf Matchmaker, Lexi Thompson’s Remarkable Life and More View More
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PostCast, Episode 6: Playing Golf Matchmaker, Lexi Thompson’s Remarkable Life and More

In this Valentine’s Day-themed episode of the PostCast, Sean Fairholm and Cassie Stein discuss the best and worst possible combos of male and female tour professionals, what makes us fall in love with the game and more. The co-hosts are joined by LPGA Tour insider Steve Eubanks, who explains what…

LPGA Notebook: Inbee Park is New No. 1

It may have been an off-week on the LPGA Tour, but there was still movement on the Rolex Rankings, as Inbee Park slid past Stacy Lewis, who had held the No. 1 position for the past four weeks. How did this happen? The rankings formula is based on a 104-week…

Feb. 25 Issue Now Available

It’s not surprising to learn that Dustin Johnson is particular about the clubs he carries in his bag. After all, that’s how players of that caliber are. But what might not be so apparent is how fastidious he is about the sunglasses he wears when he competes: for the clarity they provide as he tries to discern breaks on greens and slopes on fairways, and also for the protection they offer from the searing sunlight he so often battles. These days, Johnson is sporting the new Tourpro sunglasses from adidas Eyewear, and one thing he says he likes about these shades – which are designed and manufactured for the equipment maker by the highly regarded Silhouette International of Austria – is their adjustability. That’s primarily a result of an ergonomic frame and temple design with three adjustment options that allows him to click them slightly up or down, or leave them in the middle. “We think that is a great feature for golfers to be able move their lens as the sun moves during the day,” says Brendan McLaughlin, marketing services manager for Tourpros.