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

Rookie players to follow this 2016 season

In Gee Chun: When it comes to introductions In Gee needs none. She is the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open winner and tied the lowest 72-hole score of 8-under. Chun is currently No. 9 in the world and won all five awards on the Korean LPGA last year which include Player of the Year, money leader, wins leader, lowest scoring average and best player, as voted … Continue reading Rookie players to follow this 2016 season

Preview: 2015 LPGA KEB-HanaBank Championship

The LPGA Tour moves on to its second Asian stop and will now be in Incheon, South Korea for the LPGA KEB-HanaBank Championship. The Sky 72 Golf Club Ocean Course will host the event once again where we’ll see some of the best ranked female golfers. During the 2014 edition KLPGA Tour member Kyu Jung Baek took the trophy home with an outstanding performance and a … Continue reading Preview: 2015 LPGA KEB-HanaBank Championship

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