Heather Bowie Young made five straight birdies while jumping from one side of the golf course to the other. Silvia Cavalleri was hitting the ball so well Friday she was sorry the Bahamas Classic was held on only 12 holes.
The Bahamas LPGA Classic is to start Friday with a 12-hole round, using the holes that are not under water from the worst flooding in about 20 years.
Jennifer Johnson won the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic on Sunday for her first tour title, birdieing four of the final six holes for a one-stroke victory over Jessica Korda and Pornagong Phatlum.
The scores are low this week in Mobile, where the Crossings Course delivers all kinds of Southern comforts for LPGA players.
Lexi Thompson birdied four of her last five holes for a 7-under 65 and a share of the first-round lead Thursday with Eun-Hee Ji in the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic.
The LPGA will return to Prattville, Ala., in 2014 after a one-year hiatus, the tour announced Tuesday.
Local qualifying for the U.S. Women’s Open, to be played June 27-30 at Sebonack Golf in Southampton, N.Y., has begun.
Don’t be surprised if Charley Hull makes this year’s European Solheim Cup team. The way she’s going, she looks like a lock to make the trip to Colorado this August.
Ariya Jutanugarn has secured another sponsor exemption on the LPGA tour. Jutanugarn, the 17-year-old who is leading the LET”s Order of Merit, will play the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic in Mobile, Ala., May 16-19.
Nova Southeastern didn't win a Super Regional but still has a shot at NCAA history – a fifth consecutive national title – at next week’s NCAA Division II Women’s Championship in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Cristie Kerr made a short par putt on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff with Suzann Pettersen on Sunday to win the Kingsmill Championship for the third time.
History tells us that only the brightest stars win the Kingsmill Championship. There are no one-off winners here. No one-hit wonders. All seven Kingsmill champions have won majors. Three are in the Hall of Fame.
“I honestly think I fell asleep,” Cristie Kerr said after needing four shots to reach the 9th green but just one putt for bogey. That’s what Kerr does; she makes putts.
Notes from the second-round of the Kingsmill Championship: Angela Stanford loves the venue. She is tied for the lead. And Yani Tseng has her former caddie back on the bag for her, Jason Hamilton, after almost a year with Paul Fusco on the bag.
Inkster, 52, said she has been hitting the ball better than she has in a long time but wasn’t capitalizing on the greens. So last Sunday in Texas, Inkster tried the claw putting grip for the first time. She had never even practiced.
Other than the fact that the Jutanugarn sisters often dress like twins, Ariya and Moriya don’t really look similar. Neither did their scores Thursday in the LPGA's Kingsmill Classic.
The LPGA's Kingsmill Championship might see a new playoff format this year if a tie lasts long enough, but Inbee Park will remain No. 1 no matter what.
After starting the day two strokes behind Carlota Ciganda, Inbee Park went ahead to stay with consecutive pars on Nos. 14 and 15 to win the inaugural North Texas LPGA Shootout.
At the end of her third round in the North Texas LPGA Shootout, Brittany Lang was just off the No. 9 green when she received a marriage proposal.
Carlota Ciganda shot a 5-under 66 Saturday to take a two-stroke lead over the world's No. 1 player, Inbee Park, and LPGA Tour rookie Caroline Masson at the inaugural North Texas LPGA Shootout.
Take a look of images from the final round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship. Inbee Park claims her second major victory.
View pictures from the third round of the Kraft Nabisco Championships, the LPGA's first major of the year.
View images from Round 2 of The Kraft Nabisco Championship in Palm Springs, Calif.
View images of the Kraft Nabisco Championship in picturesque Rancho Mirage, CA.
Mallory Fraiche, Camilla Lennarth, Jessica Speechley and Golfweek's Beth Ann Baldry took to the McLeans for on Thursday afternoon for a fun time on mountain bikes in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Anna Nordqvist and Sophie Gustafson floated down the Avon in Christchurch, New Zealand on Thursday.
Stacy Lewis, along with LPGA friends Alison Walshe and Cindy LaCrosse, have taken up paddleboarding as an off-the-course hobby in south Florida. <a href="http://golfweek.com/photos/galleries/beyond-course-stacy-lewis/">Gallery.</a> </br> <a href="http://golfweek.com/videos/2012/dec/30/1388/"><strong>• Video: Lewis takes you paddleboarding.</strong></a>
Known for her expressive style on the golf course, Sandra Gal also dabbles with creating real art , shown by her beautiful paintings at her home. <a href="http://golfweek.com/photos/galleries/beyond-course-sandra-gal/">Gallery.</a> </br> <a href="http://golfweek.com/videos/2012/dec/30/1386/"><strong>• Video: Gal on painting obsession.</strong></a>
Morgan Pressel uses her hobby of photography to provide travel books for family and friends, as well as Solheim Cup books for teammates. <a href="http://golfweek.com/photos/galleries/beyond-course-morgan-pressel/">Gallery.</a> </br> <a href="http://golfweek.com/videos/2012/dec/30/1385/"><strong>• Video: Pressel talks photography.</strong></a>
Paula Creamer, aka the Pink Panther, has a few off-course hobbies, but the one that tops her list is her 1-year-old dog Studley. <a href="http://golfweek.com/photos/galleries/beyond-course-paula-creamer/">Check out the gallery.</a> </br> <a href="http://golfweek.com/videos/2012/dec/30/1387/"><strong>• Video: Paula talks about her puppy.</strong></a>
Suzann Pettersen, a true athlete and one of the fittest players on tour, has added road cycling to her many activities off the course during the offseason in Florida. <a href="http://golfweek.com/photos/galleries/beyond-course-suzann-pettersen/">Gallery.</a> </br> <a href="http://golfweek.com/videos/2012/dec/30/1389/"><strong>• Video: Pettersen on why cycling.</strong></a>
Hee Kyung Seo, 2011 Rookie of the Year, is hoping to start waterskiing more in her new home of Florida during her offseason from the LPGA. <a href="http://golfweek.com/photos/galleries/beyond-course-hee-kyung-seo/">Gallery.</a> </br> <a href="http://golfweek.com/videos/2012/dec/30/1391/"><strong>• Video: Seo on waterskiing.</strong></a>
Angela Stanford has been a life long Texas Rangers fan. When she's not on course she attends as many games as she can, even if Josh Hamilton left town. <a href="http://golfweek.com/photos/galleries/beyond-course-angela-stanford/">Gallery.</a> </br> <a href="http://golfweek.com/videos/2012/dec/30/1390/"><strong>• Video: Stanford on her love affair.</strong></a>
Tiffany Joh shows off her unique on-course style with her hats while showing another side of her multifaceted personality with her guitar and stellar vocal skills. <a href="http://golfweek.com/photos/galleries/beyond-course-tiffany-joh/">Gallery.</a> </br> <a href="http://golfweek.com/videos/2012/dec/30/1384/"><strong>• Video: Joh covers Michael Jackson.</strong></a>
Check out LPGA Q-School images from our Tracy Wilcox, who was in Daytona Beach, Fla. for the final day.
View images of LPGA final stage qualifying school. Moriya Jutanugarn still maintains a 6-shot lead. The field has now been cut to 70 and ties for Sunday.
Moriya Jutanugarn of Thailand has a 6-shot lead after Round 3 of the LPGA Qschool at LPGA International.
Here is a photo gallery of the PGA Tour, LPGA and Champions Tour players that use belly and long putters.
This years LPGA Qschool has a couple LPGA tour veterans fighting for their cards this year, Christina Kim and Laura Diaz. View images from Tuesday's practice round.
A look at the final round in Naples, Fla.
Our Jeff Rude visits with LPGA star Paula Creamer to talk about accessories, shopping and a bit of golf too.
Angela Stanford is a diehard Texas Rangers fan. The former softball player has season tickets and fancies herself as the team's lucky charm.
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.
If you follow Paula Creamer on Twitter, chances are you've heard all about her road companion, Studley. This puppy might love photo shoots are much as his owner! Creamer is currently ranked No. 12 in the Rolex Women's Golf Rankings, making 22 of 23 cuts in 2012 while earning a shade over $800,000 for the season. She had three top-5 finishes on the year.
If Morgan Pressel doesn't have a club in her hand, chances are she's reaching for a camera. Pressel's love of photography started early, and her gear rivals that of some professionals. Pressel is currently ranked No. 38 in the Rolex Women's Golf Rankings and has made more than $4.6 million in her career, which started in 2006. Her best finish in 2012 was third place at the Sybase Match Play Championship.
Tiffany Joh loves to make music videos. In this one, however, she's the star, giving us her best Michael Jackson impression. It's an instant classic. Joh took time out from her busy LPGA schedule to visit with our Tracy Wilcox in Phoenix, Ariz., where she also delved into her unique hat collection. Joh is currently ranked No. 158 in the Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings after completing her second year on tour. She is a UCLA product with a Communication degree.
Now that Hee Kyung Seo has a home in Orlando, Fla., maybe she'll have more time to use those water skis she keeps on hand. It's bound to be a better experience than winter water skiing in Korea.
Suzann Pettersen is one of the most fit players on tour. What does she do to keep her workouts fresh? She rides her bike. A very long way.
Sandra Gal is as much of an artist off the course golf as she is with a club in her hand. She how the talented painter spends her downtime sharpening her stroke.
LPGA Tour star Yani Tseng shows off his swing from multiple angles.
LPGA Tour star Stacy Lewis shows off her swing from multiple angles.
LPGA Tour star Sandra Gal shows off his swing from multiple angles.
Golfweek was granted exclusive access to Lexi Thompson as she went through a motion-capture session in Orlando as part of the building of the EA Sports Tiger Woods PGA TOUR '14.
South Korean Na Yeon Choi fired a 7-under 65 to take a six-shot lead after the third round at the U.S. Women's Open at Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wis.
Jeff Rude chats with Solheim Cup star Christina Kim about life and laughter on the LPGA.