Cheyenne Woods and Birdie Kim will play in the LPGA's newly sponsored JTBC Founders Cup this month in Phoenix, the tour announced Monday.
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UNLV held off both Stanford and Oklahoma State by two shots to win the prestigious Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters. Stanford's Patrick Rodgers captured the individual title by two shots over six others.
View images from the final round of the UCF Challenge at Eagle Creek Golf Club. UCF held on for a 1-stroke victory.
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Casie Cathrea won the San Francisco City Women's Championship for the second straight year more than one month after leaving Oklahoma State.
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Our Bradley S. Klein says new Doral is truly the winner of this week's WGC-Cadillac Championship, and takes you hole-by-hole through the new layout in South Florida.
View images of the lodge at the Streamsong Resort which features 216 guest rooms. The lodge was done by architect Alberto Alfonso.
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Celine Boutier of the French national team won the 2011 Annika Invitational by two strokes over Doris Chen at Reunion Resort in Reunion, Fla.
Annika Sorenstam gives a hug to Celine Boutier after she was doused with champagne and water after she won the Annika Invitational.
Published on February 21, 2011
Perrine DeLacour of the French national team douses her teammate, Celine Boutier, with champagne after the final round.
Celine Boutier of Montrouge, France, is doused with water and champagne after winning the Annika Invitationa. She won with a tournament total of 213.
Paige Lee waits at No. 15 to hit her shot during the final round.
Annika Sorenstam, who is 5 months pregnant, waits at No. 18, to hug each girl as they finish during the final round.
Celine Boutier hits her tee shot at No. 8 during the final round. She shot a 76.
Doris Chen placed second at the 2011 Annika Invitational. She posted a tournament total of 215.
Victoria Tanco, the defending champion, gets low to watch her tee shot at No. 8.
Doris Chen hits a shot at No. 17 during the final round.