Race to the CME Globe came down to the season finale

After 34 successful events around the globe the 2016 season of the LPGA came to an end in Naples, Florida. The youngster mainly dominated the season this year, the average winners age was 22.38. To maintain the trend of young winners, the season ended with England’s Charley Hull earning her first LPGA title thanks to a spectacular weekend, in which she signed rounds 66 to … Continue reading Race to the CME Globe came down to the season finale

Quick look at the Major Championships

ANA Inspiration- Winner: Lydia Ko Throughout her career, Lydia Ko has got world golf fans used to her super game and skills. She has also amazed many with the way she carries herself on the course and the unnumbered world records she has broken. This season she managed to break another record and became the youngest two-time major winner in LPGA after winning the ANA … Continue reading Quick look at the Major Championships

Tradition and prestige at the Women’s British Open

The majority of the LPGA players had a week-off to prep for the fourth major of the season as the second edition of the UL International Crown was held at Merit Club just outside Chicago, Illinois, last week. This week the Tour will travel to England and will make their way to Milton Keynes, home of the 2016 Ricoh Women’s British Open. The 40th edition of the championship … Continue reading Tradition and prestige at the Women’s British Open

Major championship predictions

ANA Inspiration: Anna Nordqvist Anna is one of the most consistent players on tour and was ranked 3rd for greens in regulation during the 2015 season. She now has 5 wins on the LPGA Tour, which include a major championship (McDonald’s LPGA Championship 2009). Her stats playing in the ANA Inspiration stand out given that she finished within the top 10 in four of her … Continue reading Major championship predictions

Train like a major champion

With an extraordinary final-round of 63 Lydia Ko became the youngest major champion in LPGA Tour history. Lydia managed to win her first major title at the Evian Championship this Sunday and removed the last nagging doubt hanging over her still bright and young career. Lexi Thompson finished runner-up six shots behind New Zealand’s sensation. Ko likes breaking records and her win at Evian was the … Continue reading Train like a major champion

Park wins her seventh Major and seals the Career Grand Slam

Last week at the Ricoh Women’s British Open, South Korea Inbee Park came on to scene and showed us why she is the No.1 ranked player in the world.  When everything pointed to another surprising major, 27-year-old Park started Sunday’s round three shot-back from the lead but signed a final round of 65-shots to earn the seventh major title of her career. Jin-Young Ko was having an outstanding week … Continue reading Park wins her seventh Major and seals the Career Grand Slam