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
The LPGA Tour continues it’s Asian Swing and will now head to Malaysia, as they will be competing at the 7th edition of the Sime Darby LPGA. The tournament will be held October 27th thru the 30th at TPC Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Jessica Korda will be the defending champion of the event after winning the 2015 edition by four shots at 18-under par. Jessica managed to hold … Continue reading Preview: Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia
Truth is it is very much unlikely to see such a successful LPGA rookie class like the one seen this year. Starting with Sei Young Kim, who won three times this season and was honored with the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year. Ha Na Jang, finish 15th on the LPGA money list and with nine top 10 results. Minjee Lee and Alison Lee … Continue reading Youngsters dominate the 2015 season
After 31 events successfully conducted in 12 different countries the 2015 LPGA Tour season came to an end in Naples, Florida. Money bonuses and year awards were at play during the CME Group Tour Championship, promising to be an exciting week especially with Lydia Ko and Inbee Park having a battle of their own to sweep the year’s honors. It all came down to surprises … Continue reading Kerr wins season finale in Naples, Fla.
After Brooke M. Henderson’s exciting win in Portland, Oregon, the LPGA will now head to Vancouver, Canada to play the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open. The event will be held at the Vancouver Golf Club August 20 thru 23. This tournament will be the last event counting to make the Solheim Cup teams; the captains from both teams will be announcing the final rosters on August … Continue reading Canadian Pacific Women’s Open Preview