Race to the CME Globe comes to an end

After 30 events played all over the globe the LPGA Tour heads to Naples, Florida, to play the season finale. The Tiburón Golf Club will host the CME Group Tour Championship for the third time and will welcome the 71 best female golfers of the 2015 season. The top 9 players in the Race to the CME Globe will have a real chance of taking … Continue reading Race to the CME Globe comes to an end

Preview: Lorena Ochoa Invitational 2015

After an exciting Asian Swing the LPGA Tour comes back to North America where the final two events of the season will be played. This week’s event distinguish itself from any other in the calendar for having a limited field in which only the best female golfers are invited to play in Lorena Ochoa’s home country. The 8th edition of the Lorena Ochoa Invitational will … Continue reading Preview: Lorena Ochoa Invitational 2015

Preview: 2015 Blue Bay LPGA

The LPGA Tour enters its fourth week in Asia and will now have the Hainan Island as scenery for the Blue Bay LPGA. Despite only being on its second edition the event has become one of the favorite stops for players, who even call it paradise. In last year’s edition the South African Lee-Anne Pace managed to hoist the trophy after four days of heavy … Continue reading Preview: 2015 Blue Bay LPGA

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

2015 Sime Darby LPGA Preview

The LPGA Tour is back in action after having two weeks off. Malaysia will be the first of five stops the tour will make in Asia for this final stretch of the season. Defending champion Shanshan Feng will top the field for this week in Kuala Lumpur for the 2015 Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia. During the 2014 edition of the event Feng managed to card an … Continue reading 2015 Sime Darby LPGA Preview

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

Canadian Pacific Women’s Open Preview

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

Next LPGA stop: Grand Rapids

The LPGA Tour is back in Michigan for the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft. The Blythefield Country Club in Grand Rapids will host the tournament July 23 thru 26. During the inaugural edition in 2014, rookie Mirim Lee tied the lead at 14-under and defeated Inbee Park after a two-hole playoff to conquer her first career win. The Blythefield Country Club was opened in 1929 … Continue reading Next LPGA stop: Grand Rapids

Prestige and class at the U.S. Women’s Open

The third major of the year for the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) is up ahead on the calendar. After traveling around North America tour professionals will play one of the most prestigious events of the season, the U.S. Women’s Open. The 70th edition of the tournament will be held July 9th thru 12th at the Lancaster Country Club in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This event is … Continue reading Prestige and class at the U.S. Women’s Open