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Hall Of Famer Finds Her Calling

When Betsy King founded the Golf Fore Africa charity in 2008 after taking a heartbreaking trip to Rwanda, Tanzania and Zambia and witnessing...

LPGA Going Through A Welcome Baby Boom

The LPGA Tour's daycare centre is a bustling place these days, and Commissioner Mike Whan says that is good news for all involved....

Lydia Ko Weighs In On Saudi Aspirations

Lydia Ko doesn't believe in a strict regimen for golfers, no matter where they come from. Saying “It’s all a matter of finding...

Michelle Wie’s Wild Ride

One-Time Phenom Hopes Healing Will Help Her Volatile Career

Michelle Wie popped onto the national scene at age 12 in 2002, when she played her first LPGA tournament. She's since ridden a...

‘Outrage Squad’ Members Should Think Before Accusing

Amy Olson and Ariya Jutanugarn are the focus of golf's latest controversy. Steve Eubanks, noting no rules were broken, doesn't understand the outrage.

Jutanugarns Find Harmony In Giving Back

The turning point for the Jutanugarn sisters came when they realized there was no turning point, Ron Sirak writes on the eve of...

At The Aussie Open, Can Lydia Ko Regain Her Glow?

Four years after Lydia Ko became the youngest golfer of either gender to attain the No. 1 ranking, things haven't quite panned out...

Legacy On Display

When discussing global legacies in women's golf, Karrie Webb's name sometimes gets overlooked. But, GGP+ Contributor Ron Sirak writes that this would be...

Through Inaugural Pro-Am, Bahamas Seeks To Make Good With LPGA

After allowing a contract to lapse with the LPGA that resulted in a January tournament being dropped after six years, Tourism Bahamas felt...

Despite Absentees, LPGA Players Revel In Vic Open’s Differences

There are notable no-shows at the ISPS Handa Vic Open, but GGP+ Contributor Charles Happell writes that the LPGA players who made the...

Ingenious Mix

Way down south in the land Down Under, on a stretch of coastline so remote that a famous convict escapee, William Buckley, once...

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The Constant Kindness Of Comeback Kid Lydia Ko

She lost a tournament she should have won. Then came the extraordinary.