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

International prestige at play in the 2015 Solheim Cup

The Solheim Cup is a biennial professional match-play competition for women’s golf that features the best U.S.-born players from the LPGA Tour against the best European members from the LET. The Solheim Cup is named after the American-Norwegian, Karsten Solheim, who is the founder of Karsten Manufacturing Corporation, which makes PING golf equipment. The European Team arrives at the competition holding the Cup and will … Continue reading International prestige at play in the 2015 Solheim Cup

2015 Evian Championship Preview

The LPGA Tour will make a stop at one of France’s paradises, Évian-les-Bains, to play the Evian Championship September 10 thru 13. This will be last major of the season and also the last tournament before embarking into the 2015 Solheim Cup adventure. Norway’s Suzann Pettersen won the event in its inaugural year as major. Although only three rounds were played in 2013 due to the … Continue reading 2015 Evian Championship Preview

Ricoh Women’s British Open: Same tradition different venue

After a 3-week stretch on tour the fourth major of the year for the LPGA is here. The Ricoh Women’s British Open will be played July 30th thru August 2nd at the Trump Turnberry Resort in Turnberry, Scotland. In last year’s edition it was Mo Martin who took the win after making an eagle on the 72nd hole to finish 1-under par. Martin is known for her accuracy … Continue reading Ricoh Women’s British Open: Same tradition different venue