The future of the Wegmans LPGA Championship is uncertain with key contracts up this year. But commissioner Mike Whan said he'd "be the most surprised" if the event doesn't return to Rochester as a major next year.
Inbee Park birdied the third hole of a sudden-death playoff with Catriona Matthew to win the rain-delayed Wegmans LPGA Championship on Sunday.
The leaderboard at the Wegmans LPGA Championship looks oddly familiar. Five of the top six players are South Koreans, and four of those Koreans are major champions.
The last time Morgan Pressel held a 36-hole lead was here at Locust Hill in 2008, before this tournament became a major. The last time Pressel won a tournament also was in 2008, at the Kapalua LPGA Classic.
Michelle Wie decided to use driver only twice on Saturday. Angela Stanford used it everywhere. The result? They are both in contention.
Meg Mallon described Morgan Pressel as Rosie Jones reincarnated. A fighter. A grinder. A player who knows how to get the ball in the hole.
Brittany Lang’s Thursday afternoon agenda: wedding gown shopping. With play canceled for the day at the Wegmans LPGA Championship, Lang and several of her bridesmaids will be scouring dresses at the local David’s Bridal.
The chances of an Asian-born player winning the Wegmans LPGA Championship are about as good as Thursday’s forecast for rain. Well, maybe not 90 percent strong, but showing up without an umbrella would be downright foolish. Same for betting against the Asians.
Ariya Jutanugarn withdrew from the Wegmans LPGA Championship with a sore right shoulder. The 17-year-old tripped when she ran down the 12th tee box at Locust Hill Country Club.