Posts tagged with: "LPGA Tour"

PODCAST: What Is Next For Lydia Ko? View More
After winning 12 times in a 27-month span, Lydia Ko has not won on the LPGA Tour since July of 2016.

PODCAST: What Is Next For Lydia Ko?

On episode 46 of the PostCast, Sean Fairholm and Cassie Stein are joined by LPGA insider Steve Eubanks to discuss Lydia Ko’s struggles and whether she can get back on track. Eubanks wrote about Ko in this week’s edition of The Post and says she deserves the benefit of the…

QUICK TAKE: Hull’s Hope Springs Eternal View More
Charley Hull isn't into overthinking things. (Photo Credit: Gary Vasquez, USA Today)

QUICK TAKE: Hull’s Hope Springs Eternal

St. Andrews, Scotland – While Charley Hull was answering questions Monday about her injured wrist at an R&A dinner ahead of the media day for the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Kingsbarns, people were looking concernedly at her feet. How could she walk in such treacherously high heels? The answer…

LPGA-Ladies European Tour Merger a Possibility

LPGA-Ladies European Tour Merger a Possibility

In an exclusive interview with The Post’s Steve Eubanks, LPGA Tour commissioner Mike Whan discussed his potential plan for making the Ladies European Tour a developmental circuit underneath the LPGA Tour’s umbrella. Below is an excerpt from the article: (Whan) would also like to expand the developmental brand beyond the…

Se Ri Pak Bids an Emotional Farewell in Final LPGA Tour Event View More
Se Ri Pak of South Korea takes a selfie with her fans during her retirement ceremony.

Se Ri Pak Bids an Emotional Farewell in Final LPGA Tour Event

South Korea’s most influential golfing hero received the home sendoff she deserved. Se Ri Pak, a five-time major champion and role model to a burgeoning legion of talented Korean women golfers, played her final LPGA Tour round on Thursday in Incheon, South Korea, at the KEB HanaBank Championship. The 39-year-old…

USGA and R&A Release Driving Distance Report View More
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USGA and R&A Release Driving Distance Report

The ruling bodies of golf keep a close eye on how far players are hitting the ball, in part because of criticism that the USGA and R&A let technology get away from them in the 1990s and early 2000s, and, in part, to provide guidance to owners and operators about…