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Laura Davies at 1987 U.S. Women's Open Laura Davies

Davies’ 1987 U.S. Women’s Open Victory A Breakthrough Triumph

Dame Laura Davies would win three additional majors after her first – the 1987 U.S. Women's Open. But with her playoff victory at...

Mike Whan

Mike Whan Teaches Leadership During Crisis

Presenting calm in crises is the first lesson of leadership. In our game, at this time, there is no calmer and clearer voice...

Evian Championship flag

More Major Championship Moves

Evian Championship Postponed; U.S. Open Reportedly Next

Organizers of the Evian Championship announced Friday that the LPGA major championship will move to Aug. 6-9 from its previously scheduled dates in...

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The Evolution Of Annika

Annika Sorenstam, who was recently chosen to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom, evolved from a youngster who would intentionally three-putt to avoid...

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BROOKE HENDERSON SELFIE

Is Brooke Henderson Too Selfless To Reach No. 1?

Most LPGA fans would never guess that Brooke Henderson is ranked eighth in the world. Third maybe. Could be as low as fourth....

Nelly Korda, staring

Nelly Korda: Assassin In Waiting

Nelly Korda has a little Dustin Johnson in her – the cool walk, the killer stare, the placid demeanor. If Hollywood cast 21-year-old...

Jin Young Ko putter

Jin Young Ko Is On The Cusp Of LPGA History 

You might not know her, but Jin Young Ko is on the brink of making LPGA history. Our Steve Eubanks writes her story.

Shirley Spork LPGA Rolex Players Awards

Shirley Spork Still Lighting A Spark At 92 

At 92, Shirley Spork is one of only two living LPGA founders of the original 13. She is still active and energetic, and...

Solheim Light Still Shining In Indy

Two weeks later, the glow still burned bright. As Ally McDonald walked out of the scoring tent on Friday at Brickyard Crossing Golf...

Pace Of Play A Big Loser At Solheim Cup 

There were plenty of winners in the early going of the Solheim Cup, but pace of play was not one of them. Our...

Ally McDonald Part Of A Record In Her First Solheim Cup

Ally McDonald, who made the U.S. Solheim Cup team as a late addition when Stacy Lewis hurt her back, teamed with Angel Yin...

Solheim Cup Critics Couldn’t Be More Wrong 

Veteran writer Ron Sirak is at his eighth Solheim Cup, and he says critics of the event couldn't be more wrong. He calls...