Consistency was the hallmark of Jessica Korda’s third year on the LPGA. She hasn’t missed a cut since the 2012 Ricoh Women’s British Open and increased her number of top-25 finishes to 13 this season from five in 2012.
For Golfweek's Beth Ann Baldry, 2013 was quite the year. She got engaged, will be married Dec. 21, traveled to New Zealand . . . oh, and played Augusta National.
Former World No. 1 Yani Tseng ready to come out of ‘hiding’ and work her way back to the top.
Five LPGA legends – Jan Stephenson, Pat Bradley, Nancy Lopez, Beth Daniel and JoAnne Carner – sat down with Golfweek at the recent LPGA Legends Tour event at Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor, Fla.
Karrie Webb, who has navigated a no-wake zone of privacy, charts her legacy in the game with an excursion into more-open waters.
Nineteen-year-old Jaye Marie Green set an LPGA Q-School record with a 29-under 331 total over 90 holes, beating the field by 10 strokes.
Reilley Rankin was nearly paralyzed and told she would never walk again. Now, 14 years later, Rankin has defied the odds and is trying to regain her LPGA card at Q-School this week.
With dad Donnie on the bag and her old shafts back in play, Jaye Marie Green -- 29th on the 2013 Symetra Tour money list -- posted a course-record 10-under 62 on the Jones Course to open the final stage of LPGA Q-School.
Shanshan Feng wins the CME Group Titleholders and its $700,000 prize, largest on the LPGA tour; Stacy Lewis claims the Vare Trophy "to get American golf on the map;" plus more.
Winner of three consecutive majors and six tournaments overall, Inbee Park's acceptance speech for Player of the Year honors was candid and moving.
Looking to cap memorable year with victory, Natalie Gulbis is tied for the third-round lead at the CME Group Titleholders.
Stacy Lewis needs to finish nine shots better than Suzann Pettersen this week at the CME Group Titleholders to win the Vare Trophy for low scoring average. A course-record 63 has Lewis eight shots ahead of the Swede entering Sunday's final round.
This week at the CME Group Titleholders will mark the end of 11 years on the LPGA Tour for Stacy Prammanasudh.
Lydia Ko shot 1-under 71 in her pro debut Thursday at the CME Titleholders Championship. Ko, 16, is seven shots back of first-round leader Sandra Gal, who carded a course-record 64.
The LPGA 2014 schedule, announced Friday, carries good news: The number of tournaments will increase significantly, including those played in the United States, with TV growing even more.
Not much has changed for Lydia Ko the LPGA pro, who went through media interviews Wednesday before her CME Group Titleholders debut and thought of her potential long-term place in the game.
Caroline Masson leads Moriya Jutanugarn for the LPGA's rookie-of-the-year honors, while Stacy Lewis and Suzann Pettersen are after the Vare Trophy; plus more in Beth Ann Baldry's LPGA notes.
LPGA golfer Hee Kyung Seo, Korea’s “Super Model of the Fairways,” will marry her sweetheart Phil Kook next Saturday in Seoul.
For Nicole Hage, 28, the transition from the LPGA to a real-world job has been a humbling and frustrating experience. But she's embraced her new challenge.
LPGA players Moira Dunn and Kris Tamulis flew in from Taiwan and Florida, respectively, to take part in massive Halloween festivities put on by a host family in Oregon.
LPGA commissioner Mike Whan made the right call – really the only call – by granting 16-year-old Lydia Ko permission to join the LPGA as a member in 2014.
Lydia Ko announced on Twitter Oct. 22 that she has turned professional. A two-time winner on the LPGA, Ko made a YouTube video with Israel Dagg of New Zealand's World Cup-winning All Blacks rugby team, who jokingly offered to caddie for Ko.
Marina Alex was third on the Symetra Tour's money list in 2013, making $39,804, and earned an LPGA tour card in the process. Now, reality sets in, as the Vanderbilt grad has to figure out how to pay for life on the LPGA tour.
Patti Rizzo, a four-time winner on the LPGA, is guiding Miami up the women's college rankings. It's a dream realized for the former Hurricane.
Louise Suggs remembers the first time she played in a golf tournament. She shot 92 to qualify for the championship flight but was practically in tears.
Suzann Pettersen's desire to be more relaxed on the golf course helped her win back-to-back LPGA tournaments earlier this season. Now she's focused on adding to her trophy collection.
Lydia Ko, ranked as high as No. 4 in the world, has decided to turn pro in time for next month's CME Titleholders and has petitioned the LPGA for status despite being only 16. Her acceptance should be a mere formality.
Would-be million-dollar winner Lydia Ko, who at age 16 is twice a winner on the LPGA as an amateur, is petitioning the tour to play its CME Group Titleholders tournament, according to reports.
Julie Yang looks at this week’s LPGA Q-School adventure as a win-win situation. Finish in the top 80 to advance to the final stage, and she’s one step closer to her dream. Go bust, and she’s back in Stillwater, Okla., for the weekend, soaking up college life.
Stacy Lewis’ recent exit from golf’s Twitterverse is disappointing. Rare is the athlete who speaks her mind on a regular basis.
Auburn women's golf head coach Kim Evans went to Birmingham for blood tests Monday in her ongoing battle to overcome cancer – and the results were good.
It's hard to believe that in the time since Se Ri Pak burst onto the LPGA scene in 1998, a South Korean has not won the Rolex Player of the Year Award. But Inbee Park could end that drought this year.
Here's a quick look at the top 10 on the Symetra Tour money list, who with their finish earned LPGA cards for 2014.
P.K. Kongkraphan, a petite 21-year-old Thai player who won once this year and came into the season-ending Symetra Tour Championship with $43,848, will be one of 10 players to earn an LPGA card for the 2014 season.
After a divorce and then maiden victory on the Symetra Tour in March, the 28-year-old South African sits in 12th place on the money list entering the Symetra Tour Championship, which began Thursday.
The scuttlebutt surrounding possible new LPGA events for 2014 includes a common theme: They’re domestic. New events near Grand Rapids, Mich. and another possibility for an LPGA stop in Nantucket are both in the works.
Hannah Yun jumped from No. 48 to 18th on the Symetra Tour money list with her $15,000 payday in winning the Volvik Championship by two shots over Alena Sharp.
Des Moines Golf and Country Club was awarded the 2017 Solheim Cup, the LPGA announced Sept. 23. Golfweek first reported the expected move in its Aug. 23 issue, citing sources.
Christine Song is more than an up-and-coming golfer on the Symetra Tour. She's also an ambassador for the game, and that was on full display during the pro-am at the Volvik Championship on Wednesday.
It’s fitting for the 48-year-old beauty to hang it up near the French Alps, for she’s a three-time winner of the Evian. Last week, Helen Alfredsson said goodbye to a home crowd at the Helsingborg Open in Sweden.
Annie Park sure seems a lot taller than 5 feet, 9 inches. Maybe it’s because the USC sophomore’s game is larger than college golf.
Inbee Park will aim for her fourth major title of the season at the Evian Championship this week in France, a spot where her march through the record books started in 2012.
Karine Icher is the only Frenchwoman in the top 100 of the Rolex Ranking and has used a comeback season to vault her into the spotlight at the Solheim Cup and prepare her for this week's Evian Championship.
Catriona Matthew, the only Scot to win a women’s major, triumphed in her national open for the second time in three years last week.
Amanda Blumenherst was a world-beater when she entered the professional ranks, but life has changed for the former Duke star. Her eyes are now on spending time with her husband – Major League Baseball's Nate Freiman – and building a life with him.
Sophie Gustafson is not retiring. Let’s clear that up to start. She’s just taking a break from the LPGA and moving back to her European roots.
Followers of the LPGA Tour see Stacy Lewis' health in better shape again, while Inbee Park WDs because of illness; plus more.
Purdue grad Laura Gonzalez Escallon leads the field at 9-under 135; other notables include U.S. Women's Amateur runner-up Yueer "Cindy" Feng, Cheyenne Woods and Madison Pressel.
Mary Jane Hiestand walked off the 18th green at the Country Club of Orlando grumbling about her 80. But, the 54-year-old Florida alumna qualified on the number, snatching the last spot out of steamy central Florida.
The Lorena Ochoa Invitational has confirmed that the state government has pulled its financial support from the tournament, according to Guadalajara’s Mural newspaper.