The tournament that could make the most difference in women’s college golf this year isn’t even on the college-golf schedule. That tournament, however, could have a huge impact on what happens at the biggest event that is on the schedule: the NCAA Women’s Championship.
With rain setting in at Augusta National and cutting short Masters practice, several players took to Twitter earlier than usual on Monday – not to mention having tweeted Sunday on all things golf as well. Here's a sampling of tweets from players.
When Anna Nordqvist holed a 7-iron at the par-3 17th, it ended all chances of a comeback from Morgan Pressel and Jessica Korda. The Europeans put their first, and only, full point on the board courtesy of that shot as the Americans rallied to within half a point.
Inbee Park, the hottest player in golf, walked the streets of New York with the U.S. Women’s Open trophy in tow, making appearances on "Today," ESPN’s "SportsCenter" and Golf Channel’s "Morning Drive."
Inbee Park's historic U.S. Women's Open win at Sebonack Golf Club -- making her the second in LPGA history to win the season's first three majors -- brings up an interesting question: What is a Grand Slam?
Inbee Park outdistanced the field again at Sebonack, building a four-shot lead with the only third-round score under par at the U.S. Women's Open as I.K. Kim is in second. Recap the highlights right here.
For all the dreariness that greeted the 41 players who arrived at Sebonack early Saturday morning to finish the fog-delayed second round of the U.S. Women's Open, much depended on those final few holes.
The second round of the U.S. Women's Open has ground to a halt a bit early this evening at Sebonack, where fog thickened before Inbee Park – winner of the season's first two majors – passed I.K. Kim for the lead. Recap the action here.
It’s Sebonack’s time to shine – a rare collaborative product of two of golf’s most iconoclastic designers, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Doak. Here's a hole-by-hole preview of the host of the 2013 U.S. Women's Open:
Futures Tour player Brandi Jackson will tee it up at the Vidalia Championship this week before putting her playing career on hold to pursue a different avenue in the golf business. <strong>Julie Williams</strong>.