Posts tagged with: "U.S. Women’s Open"

QUICK TAKE: U.S. Women’s Open Return to Pine Needles an Ode to Peggy Kirk Bell View More
Cristie Kerr putts during the 2007 U.S. Women's Open at Pine Needles. (Photo Credit: Brandon Malone, Action Images)

QUICK TAKE: U.S. Women’s Open Return to Pine Needles an Ode to Peggy Kirk Bell

They’re coming back to the Sandhills. On Tuesday, the USGA announced that the U.S. Women’s Open would return to Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club the first week of June 2022. It will be the record fourth time the U.S. Women’s Open has been at Pine Needles and the first…

QUICK TAKE: U.S. Women’s Open Ready For Pebble Beach Spotlight View More
Pebble Beach is set to host the 2023 U.S. Women's Open.

QUICK TAKE: U.S. Women’s Open Ready For Pebble Beach Spotlight

  As often happens when he and his tour are on the other side of the world, LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan woke up Tuesday in Malaysia to a mountain of messages. One of the voice mails was from Mike Davis, executive director and CEO of the USGA. “Mike and I…

NEWS: U.S. Mid-Amateur, Junior Amateur Winners Exempt Into U.S. Opens View More
Noah Goodwin and Erica Shepherd are granted exemptions into the 2018 U.S. Open and U.S. Women's Open, respectively. (Goodwin photo Copyright USGA/Darren Carroll) (Shepherd photo Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)

NEWS: U.S. Mid-Amateur, Junior Amateur Winners Exempt Into U.S. Opens

The amateur presence for both the U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open just got a boost. The USGA has announced that, starting next year, winners of the U.S. Mid-Amateur and U.S. Junior Amateur events will be exempt from qualifying for the U.S. Open. Similarly, winners of the U.S. Girls’ Junior…

NEWS: President Trump Visits U.S. Women’s Open View More
Donald Trump arrived to little fanfare on Friday afternoon at the U.S. Women's Open. (Photo Credit: Steve Eubanks)

NEWS: President Trump Visits U.S. Women’s Open

  No fanfare, no cheers, no protests and very little notice: President Trump and the First Lady, Melania Trump, arrived at Trump National Bedminster in a steady rain about the time tournament leader Shanshan Feng tapped in for par on the eighth hole of her second round. The fact that…

NEWS: Wie (Neck) Withdraws From U.S. Women’s Open View More
Michelle Wie has played solid golf this year, but a nagging neck injury stopped her from making a run at another U.S. Open title. (Photo Credit: Kyle Terada, USA Today Sports)

NEWS: Wie (Neck) Withdraws From U.S. Women’s Open

BEDMINSTER, NEW JERSEY | It’s been a busy morning in Bedminster. After struggling throughout most of the opening round with a nagging neck injury (the left side of her neck seizes up and cramps), Michelle Wie made it one hole Friday morning before withdrawing. At the 11th tee (her second…