Mi Jung Hur surged Sunday at the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic, earning her second-career LPGA Tour win.
Paula Reto passed world No. 1-player Stacy Lewisand took the lead through two rounds of the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic.
Stacy Lewis fired a 64 at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail (Senator), sharing the first-round lead with Mi Jung Hur.
Hyo Joo Kim has carded two straight rounds of 1-over 72 to hold the third-round lead at The Evian Championship in Evian-les-Bains, France, leading veteran Karrie Webb by one stroke.
Lexi Thompson and Mo Martin will be in the notable tee times Thursday and Friday at the Wegmans LPGA Championship as they try for their second major victories of 2014 while Inbee Park is out to defend her title.
On Sunday, those who saw the International Crown finale might have learned what many have known for years: Spain's Carlota Ciganda, Belen Mozo, Azahara Munoz and Beatriz Recari are a blast.
The U.S. suffered defeat in another team-format tournament, but Beth Ann Nichols questions if teams should be eliminated prior to singles matches.
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.
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.
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.
Inbee Park came to the Women's British Open completely under the radar, but said she didn’t mind -- it shows as she leads after three rounds at Royal Birkdale.
Inbee Park shot 4-under 68 and took advantage of Sun Ju Ahn's two-shot penalty to grab the 54-hole lead Saturday at the Ricoh Women's British Open.
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.
Defending champion Stacy Lewis carded a 1-under 71 Thursday during the first round of the Ricoh Women's British Open. Yet, it was Ayako Uehara who shot three shots better than Lewis and posted a 68 at Royal Birkdale.
Stacy Lewis began her title defense Thursday at the Ricoh Women's British Open by carding a first-round 1-under 71 at Royal Birkdale – and as usual, she did it with longtime caddie Travis Wilson on the bag.
With the Solheim Cup loss in 2013 fresh in their minds, Americans have taken women's golf by storm, with Lexi Thompson and Michelle Wie winning the year's first two majors.
Michelle Wie and Stacy Lewis spend plenty of time together off the course, but it is the pushing of each other on the course that is paying major dividends for them, and for the LPGA.
While World No. 1 Stacy Lewis won the LPGA's Walmart NW Arkansas Championship on Sunday, it also was a good week for Lydia Ko as she finished T-2 and moved to No. 2 in the Rolex Rankings.
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.
Fresh off her first major title, Michelle Wie will share a tee time with Paula Creamer and So Yeon Ryu for the first and second round of the LPGA's Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.
Stacy Lewis, along with LPGA friends Alison Walshe and Cindy LaCrosse, have taken up paddleboarding as an off-the-course hobby in south Florida.
Stacy Lewis spends her downtime in South Florida on a paddle board, often rising early to watch the sun rise over the water. It's a perfect time to reflect on her rise to the top. Or think about nothing at all. Lewis is the reigning Rolex Player of the Year, the first American to win the award since Beth Daniel in 1994. Lewis had four victories in 2012 and 16 top-10s.
LPGA Tour star Stacy Lewis shows off her swing from multiple angles.