Michelle Wie

Red-carpet star Wie climbs leaderboard in Naples

No one can cause a stir on the red carpet like Michelle Wie. And when she follows an evening of glamor with a smooth 67 to vault up the leaderboard at the CME Group Tour Championship, well, it’s doubly fantastic for the LPGA.

Lewis' POY lead not safe as LPGA season nears end

With four tournaments remaining on the LPGA schedule, Stacy Lewis holds a 30-point lead over Inbee Park in the Rolex Player of the Year race.

More rain pushes Blue Bay LPGA to Monday finish

Rain continues to plague the Blue Bay LPGA on Hainan Island, China, to the point that the tournament will stretch into Monday.

Korda, Pace share Blue Bay LPGA lead

Jessica Korda overcame an opening double bogey Saturday to card a second-round 67 and join Lee-Anne Pace in the lead at the Blue Bay LPGA.

Rain-delayed Blue Bay LPGA cut to 54 holes

The second round of the Blue Bay LPGA was suspended by heavy rains, and the event shortened to 54 holes in Hainan Island, China.

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.

Bae, Baek share lead at HanaBank Championship

South Korean's Hee Kyung Bae and Kyu Jung Baek share the 54-hole lead at the LPGA’s KEB-HanaBank Championship in Incheon, Korea.

Wie wins first LPGA major-championship award

2014 U.S. Open champion Michelle Wie won the inaugural Rolex Annika Major Award, given to the best major-championship performer of the season.

5 Things: Kim cards 61 at Evian; Wie WDs; more

Hyo-Joo Kim, a 19-year-old from South Korea, shot a 10-under 61 in the first round of The Evian Championship, grabbing a four-stroke lead through 18 holes of the LPGA Tour's final major.

Wie (finger) WDs from Evian Championship

Michelle Wie withdrew during the first round of the Evian Championship Thursday after re-injuring her right index finger.

Evian Championship: Tee times, Rounds 1-2

Suzann Pettersen, Lydia Ko and Lexi Thompson share an early-morning tee time in the first round of The Evian Championship, the final major of the year for the LPGA Tour.

Can LPGA stars stay aligned for final major?

From Mo Martin’s oversized finish in the Women's British Open to Michelle Wie’s big U.S. Open breakthrough, it’s been a rich year at majors for LPGA commissioner Mike Whan.

Wie builds golf strength, just in time for Evian

Michelle Wie will compete in the Evian Championship, her first tournament since withdrawing from the Meijer LPGA Classic Aug. 7 with an acute stress fracture in her right index finger.

Michelle Wie receives AF1s from Nike Golf

Michelle Wie received a pair of Air Force 1's from Nike Golf for her victory at the 2014 U.S. Women's Open. Check them out!

Wie sidelined 3-5 weeks with finger injury

Michelle Wie will miss three to five weeks of competition because of a stress reaction in the bone of her right index finger, according to a release from IMG.

Wie withdraws from Meijer LPGA Classic

Michelle Wie withdrew from the Meijer LPGA Classic on Thursday, citing a hand injury.

Upper Deck releasing golf trading cards

Upper Deck, the Carlsbad, Calif., collectibles and memorabilia company, has announced that this week it will release the 2014 Exquisite Collection Golf card set.

Diaz builds 4-shot Marathon lead, shooting 62

Thursday, Laura Diaz's bogey-free 62 at Highland Meadows in Sylvania, Ohio, gave her a four-shot lead in the first round of the LPGA's Marathon Classic.

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.

Second-round 78 sends Wie home early

Michelle Wie came to the par-4 16th Friday sitting on the cut line and played the last three holes in 3 over to miss the weekend at the 2014 Women's British Open.