Defending champion Stacy Lewis will share a tee time with 2014 Women’s Australian Open winner Karrie Webb and Jiyai Shin in Thursday’s first round at the HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore.
Swede Anna Nordqvist shot a 5-under 67 at the LPGA Thailand on Saturday for a 4-stroke lead over top-ranked Inbee Park and American Michelle Wie.
Top-ranked Inbee Park will make her first start of the year at the LGPA Thailand, which begins Thursday at Siam Country Club's Pattaya Old Course in Chonburi, Thailand.
After a memorable 2013 LPGA season, our Beth Ann Baldry and Julie Williams look ahead to a promising 2014 in this roundtable discussion.
With Q-School having set up everyone's status for 2014, it's time to look back at some of the LPGA's outlooks for next season as well as some top issues of 2013.
Winner of three consecutive majors and six tournaments overall, Inbee Park's acceptance speech for Player of the Year honors was candid and moving.
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.
World No. 1 Inbee Park became the first South Korean player on the LPGA to wrap up Rolex Player of the Year honors on Nov. 17.
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.
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.
Solheim Cup hopeful Morgan Pressel made her way to the top of the leaderboard Thursday in Round 1 of the Ricoh Women's British Open, and Sweden's Camilla Lennarth followed her there. Both players shot 6-under 66 at the Old Course at St. Andrews.
Perhaps the biggest storyline entering the Ricoh Women's British Open is Inbee Park's pursuit of a fourth major this season. Park tees off in the fourth group of the first tee, beside Beatriz Recari and Jodi Ewart Shadoff.
An early-morning Scottish mist had rolled over the Kingdom of Fife as Inbee Park, the undisputed Queen of Golf for the moment, smiled cooly and yawned occasionally as she prepared to begin the first leg of her fourth major conquest of the season at 7:03 a.m.
There’s been much ado about the quest for a grand slam since Inbee Park won the U.S. Women’s Open on June 30, her third consecutive major.
Hee Young Park notched her second career LPGA victory on the third hole of a sudden-death playoff with Angela Stanford at the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic on Sunday.
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."
At Sebonack, Koreans swept the top three spots. They were the only players in the field to shoot under par. Koreans have won five out of the last six U.S. Women’s Opens.
Our dynamic tandem of Beth Ann Baldry and Julie Williams have been on the ground at Sebonack all week and thought they'd offer up their U.S. Women's Open predictions.
It’s difficult to get to know Inbee Park. Not because she’s unpleasant but simply because she’s not one to divulge much information without significant prodding. Even with her exceptional run this last year, she’s still somewhat of an unknown.
World No. 1 Inbee Park sank a 4-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole against So Yeon Ryu, capping her final-round rally and winning the LPGA NW Arkansas Championship.
Take a look of images from the final round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship. Inbee Park claims her second major victory.