As a national uproar builds against Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the golf community issued statements supporting societal "inclusion" in response to the new law, which critics call discriminatory against gays and lesbians.
Some of LPGA commissioner Mike Whan's most memorable days have revolved around the ANA Inspiration (formerly the Kraft Nabisco) and its future. Now that it's safe, Whan is also locked into many more days with the LPGA.
Stacy Lewis, KPMG and the AJGA announced a first-of-its-kind format for the KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior All-Star Invitational, a 54-hole, stroke-play championship at Blessings Golf Club in Johnson, Ark., on June 22-25.
The ANA Inspiration has named its five amateur sponsor invitations for 2015. There will be a total of seven amateurs competing in the championship April 2-5 at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, Calif.
The day Lydia Ko rose to No. 1 in the world, she was a bit “non-plussed” about the honor, according to swing coach David Leadbetter. Five weeks and two professional titles later, Ko is “warming to the fact that this is pretty cool,” Leadbetter said.
Stacy Lewis began the second round of the Honda LPGA Thailand in a three-way tie, but was able to separate herself from that pack with an 8-under 64. The round gave her a three-shot lead on Amy Yang at Siam Country Club in Chonbury, Thailand.
A pair of former World No. 1s found the top of the leaderboard Thursday in the first round of the Honda LPGA Thailand. Yani Tseng and Stacy Lewis both posted 6-under 66 and are part of a three-way tie with Brittany Lang.
It’s difficult to imagine an LPGA without Judy Rankin. Her presence in the Golf Channel booth brings such a wonderful sense of class, dignity and credibility. On the eve of her 70th birthday, the Hall of Famer talked about the idea of perhaps slowing down.
Check out images of Paula Creamer's visit to the heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone that divides North and South Korea, where she toured several camps and spent time with soldiers and their families.
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.