Preview: Honda LPGA Thailand

The LPGA Tour starts their mini Asian-swing this week as they head to Thailand for the Honda LPGA. The Siam Country Club will  host the event once again February 25th thru February 28th. This will be the first tournament of the season with No-Cut criteria therefore players will have the opportunity to improve their position on the leaderboard throughout the weekend. The defending champion of … Continue reading Preview: Honda LPGA Thailand

Preview: Coates Golf Championship

After the first tournament of the 2016 season at the Bahamas the Tour heads back to Florida to play the Coates Golf Championship presented by R+L Carriers February 3 thru 6. This is just the second edition of the event where Na Yeon Choi will be the defending champion. Choi won during the inaugural event with 16-under par. Jessica Korda, Lydia Ko and Ha Na Jang finished runner-up … Continue reading Preview: Coates Golf Championship

Preview: Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic

The excitement is back for all women’s golf fans as the 2016 season begins with the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic. The event will be held at Paradise Island, Bahamas January 28th thru January 31st. Main action will take place at the Ocean Club Golf Course. The season opener will feature some of the top ranked players like Inbee Park, Stacy Lewis, Lexi Thompson and Hyo-Joo … Continue reading Preview: Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic

Recap: Memorable debut for Chun at the U.S. Women’s Open

The name In Gee Chun may not be familiar to female golf fans in North America or Europe. But it is well known in Asia and especially in South Korea. Take note and remember her name because we will be hearing a lot more about the rising golf star in 2015. In July, Chun took the prestigious U.S. Women’s Open title in her first appearance … Continue reading Recap: Memorable debut for Chun at the U.S. Women’s Open

Rolex Rankings movers of the week

After an exciting week in Lancaster, Pennsylvania where In Gee Chun became the first player to win her U.S. Women’s Open debut since 2005 we saw some interesting moves in the Women’s Rolex Rankings. Chun, who won the third major of the season, made her way up to the top ten of the ranking. While So Yeon Ryu who managed finished tied for 5th jumped … Continue reading Rolex Rankings movers of the week