Cristie Kerr

Korda leads, Kang aces 17 at Blue Bay LPGA

Jessica Korda took the first-round lead at the Blue Bay LPGA in China, but it was Danielle Kang who made the shot of the day: a hole-in-one on the 155-yard 17th.

Does International Crown format need tweaks?

The U.S. suffered defeat in another team-format tournament, but Beth Ann Nichols questions if teams should be eliminated prior to singles matches.

U.S. rebounds to win four points at International Crown

The Americans went from shut out to clean sweep on Day 2 of the International Crown, posting four points to sit in a tie for second with Taiwan in Pool A. Thailand, a team of smiles, leads way in that pool with five points.

Diaz, Pace lead LPGA's Marathon after 54

Laura Diaz shares the LPGA's Marathon Classic with Lee-Anne Pace after they shot 71 and 68, respectively, during Saturday's third round in Sylvania, Ohio.

Martin leads Women's British as stars fade

They say the cream rises in major championships. The $3 million Ricoh Women’s British Open at Royal Birkdale is doing its best to disprove that old adage.

25 years of Wyndham Cup: All-time teams

This year marks the 25th year of the Wyndham Cup -- so to celebrate the occasion, here are Golfweek's all-time teams in the AJGA event.

5 Things: Lewis wins; Wie fades; more

The home crowd already belonged to Stacy Lewis at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship. Sunday, she made sure her third victory of the LPGA season was hers too. Here are 5 Things to know.

Shoprite LPGA Classic: Tee times, round 2

In a trio of 2014 winners, Michelle Wie, Lexi Thompson and Lizette Salas will share one of the spotlight tee times at the 2014 Shoprite LPGA Classic, playing early Friday and late Saturday.

Kingsmill Classic: Tee times, second round

Plenty of LPGA stars are scattered through the Kingsmill Classic field this week -- including Stacy Lewis, defending champ Cristie Kerr, Kraft Nabisco winner Lexi Thompson. See the complete tee times right here.

Pettersen leads Wie, three others by a shot

Still nursing a back injury, Suzann Pettersen scattered five birdies during a bogey-free round for a one-shot lead over four players including Michelle Wie after the first round of the North Texas LPGA Shootout.

Stanford boosts lead at LPGA Lotte

Angela Stanford followed her take-charge 64 with a 67 in Friday's third round to maintain the lead over Michelle Wie and Hyo Joo Kim at the LPGA Lotte Championship in Hawaii.

Kraft marquee: Thompson, Wie share lead

Sunday's final round of the first major of the LPGA season could produce quite the one-on-one matchup, as Lexi Thompson and Michelle Wie will begin the day tied for the lead at 10 under and two shots clear of the field.

Teams take shape for International Crown

Eight teams have qualified for the inaugural International Crown, with the U.S. having overtaken the top seed from South Korea when Lexi Thompson birdied the 18th hole at the Kia Classic.

Kerr, Salas tied for lead at LPGA's Kia Classic

Cristie Kerr and Lizette Salas will enter Sunday's round of the Kia Classic tied for the lead at 10 under. But while Kerr will be seeking her 17th LPGA victory, Salas will be trying for her first.

Carter holds two-shot Kia lead over Lewis, Kerr

Dori Carter, a former University of Mississippi player, fired an 8-under 64 on Friday to take a two-shot lead at the Kia Classic.

LPGA notes: Lewis' miscue; Nordqvist's changes

Stacy Lewis’ bunker issues continue, beaning Cristie Kerr in the head during a practice round; Anna Nordqvist's changes pay off; Paula Creamer gets a legendary footwork tip; plus more news from the LPGA.

Kerr embraces parenthood by taking charge

Cristie Kerr embraces parenthood by taking charge with color-coordinated outfits and stacks of diapers.

LPGA's Kerr announces birth of child

It's a baby boy! LPGA star Cristie Kerr has shared on Twitter the announcement of the birth of her first son.

Wie, Kerr a match made in Solheim heaven for U.S.

Cristie Kerr likes playing with Michelle Wie because Wie can putt up with "Kerrisms." Wie enjoys Kerr's company because she isn't affected by the crowds that follow the LPGA's most-recognizable player. On Friday, that led to a crucial point for the U.S.

Lewis gives the LPGA reason to celebrate the Americans

Stacy Lewis' story of overcoming a back brace she wore 18 hours a day as a teenager, taking it off only to play golf and swim, makes her an incredible role model for those facing tough odds. The LPGA should celebrate her.