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SUNDAY, APRIL 4
- Tseng wins Kraft for second major title
- Photo gallery: Round 4 at Mission Hills
- Photo gallery: Celebrating Easter Sunday at Kraft Nabisco
SATURDAY, APRIL 3
- Baldry: Stupples controls nerves to seize Kraft lead: Beth Ann Baldry explains how a nervous Karen Stupples pulled it together Saturday to take the lead at the Kraft.
- Martin: Rivals match outfits, scores in Round 3: Sean Martin explains how Suzann Pettersen and Yani Tseng matched more than their scores Saturday at the Kraft.
- Baldry: Park rediscovers game after lengthy slump: Beth Ann Baldry explains why 2004 KNC winner Grace Park was back in the spotlight Saturday.
- Stupples leads Pettersen, Tseng by 1 at Kraft
- Photo gallery: Round 3 at Mission Hills
FRIDAY, APRIL 2
- Martin: Lograsso gives Stanford boost to make cut: Angela Stanford was looking at a missed cut Friday at the Kraft before turning in a 68. All of a sudden, she’s back in contention.
- Baldry: Ochoa announces launch of foundation: Lorena Ochoa will begin with an academy in Southern California and ambitiously grow to programs around the world.
- Baldry: Stupples sees offseason fixes pay off at Kraft: Karen Stupples hasn’t won since 2004, but it’s hard to tell this week at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
- Martin: Lewis continuing strong run in majors: Stacy Lewis has five top 10s since ’07, three of which have been at Grand Slam events.
- Kim leads Kraft; Ochoa, Kerr one back
- Photo gallery: Round 2 at Mission Hills
- Martin: USC’s Song ‘pulling her hair out’ at Kraft: Jennifer Song has been working hard on and off the course this week at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
- Martin: Steady Wie eyes weekend charge at Kraft: Michelle Wie’s 71 was a good score on a difficult day at Kraft.
THURSDAY, APRIL 1
- Pettersen leads Ochoa by 1 at Kraft
- Baldry: Thompson shoots 74 in first round at Kraft: Alexis Thompson, 15, comes to LPGA majors expecting to win.
- Photo gallery: Round 1 at Mission Hills
- Baldry: Be sure to look out for ‘Supermodel’ Seo: You better keep an eye on “Supermodel of the Fairways” Hee Kyung Seo, writes Beth Ann Baldry.
- Martin: After tweaks, Pressel likes her Kraft chances: Morgan Pressel has a new driver and set of irons in her bag this week at the Kraft Nabisco Championship. As Sean Martin reports, she is already seeing the difference.
- Korzack: McPherson’s weekly wardrobe at Kraft
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31
- Baldry: Davies describes the ultimate victory lap: The quote of the week from the Kraft Nabisco might already have been said. See how Laura Davies described what would probably go down as the best victory lap in golf history.
- Three players disqualified from Kraft: Three players, including a past champion, have been disqualified for missing their pro-am tee times.
- Martin: LPGA commish shows off golf game at Kraft: Mike Whan, the new LPGA commissioner, came up clutch during Wednesday’s pro-am.
- Martin: Welcome to the LPGA’s spring training: With only a limited amount of tournaments on the LPGA’s early-season schedule, a couple mini-tours are now start to act as the LPGA’s spring training, writes Sean Martin.
- Korzack: Puma offers Nordqvist stylish look at Kraft
TUESDAY, MARCH 30
- Martin: Rules gaffe in the past, Wie focused at Kraft: Michelle Wie has moved on from last Sunday’s rules ruckus at the Kia Classic. As Sean Martin writes, Wie plans to hop into a different pond this week at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
- Staff picks: Who’s going to jump into Poppy’s Pond on Sunday?
- Baldry: McPherson finds her comfort zone: Kristy McPherson will be a favorite when the LPGA’s first major – the Kraft Nabisco Championship – tees off Thursday. Beth Ann Baldy caught up with the affable McPherson at home in South Carolina.
- Martin: On the range with Kristy McPherson: Kristy McPherson contended in three majors in 2009. Her success has been achieved with a homemade swing built with simplicity in mind. Sean Martin explains.
MONDAY, MARCH 29