Stacy Lewis wins her third title of the season, while also picking up her 14th top-10 finish. Now No. 2 in the rankings, Lewis has her eyes set on getting to No. 1.
Lexi Thompson is calling on good memories and a newfound confidence in her putter as she takes a one-shot lead into the weekend at the Navistar LPGA Classic.
Paula Creamer and Jiyai Shin will have to wait until Monday to break their deadlock in the Kingsmill Championship.
Paula Creamer leads an LPGA event heading into Sunday for the first time since her win at the 2010 U.S. Women's Open. Her 10th LPGA win would feel just as special as the first.
The LPGA lost a great smile as Leta Lindley decided to say goodbye to the game after 18 years on tour.
Lexi Thompson shot 4-under 67 Thursday at Kingsmill as she continues to work through her recent struggles.
Notebook: Jaye Marie Green must make 100 putts before she goes to bed each night, and the 18-year-old used some of that practice to open with a 70 at LPGA Q-School on Tuesday.
Cheyenne Woods prepared for this week's LPGA Q-School with a win and a second-place finish in the SunCoast Ladies Series, played on the same courses. A 5-over 77 Tuesday left her searching for answers.
Inbee Park is enjoying her best season to date after getting engaged to her longtime boyfriend two summers ago.
Annika Sorenstam named one of two assistant captains for 2013 European Solheim Cup team.
Our Beth Ann Baldry says Lydia Ko's new nickname should be “Knockout.” As in, Ladies of the LPGA, you’ve just been KO’d.
LPGA Founder Louise Suggs, 88, says she was a 'good startled' when she heard that Augusta National had admitted two female members.
During the second round of the Safeway Classic, Yani Tseng broke 70 for the first time in more than two months.
Brittany Lincicome loves three-day tournaments and started with a 5-under 67 to sit two shots off the Safeway Classic lead on Friday.
New Zealand's Lydia Ko says she dreams of college, but the U.S. Women's Amateur champion is already well ahead of her 15 years says Beth Ann Baldry.
The Jutanugarn sisters – both of them – deserve a shot at the LPGA. If Ariya, 16, wins the Women's Amateur this weekend, a wrong should be righted, says Beth Ann Baldry.
Jaye Marie Green won't play college golf this coming fall, having walked away from a scholarship. But if the support she received after a U.S. Women's Amateur win on Thursday is any indication, she's in good hands.
U.S. Women's Amateur notes: Hyo-Joo Kim punched her ticket for the Sweet 16 with a 2-and-1 victory over Isabelle Lendl, who had dad and former tennis great, Ivan, in the gallery Thursday.
U.S. Women's Amateur notebook: Swede Jessica Vasilic, 16, is 6 feet, 3 inches and has game that might just match her physical stature, says our Beth Ann Baldry.
The good news: Jamie Farr Toledo Classic is back on the schedule. The bad news: Fans won’t be able to see it.
With only two months remaining in her amateur career, Hyo-Joo Kim fires her second consecutive 4-under 68 to take medalist honors at the U.S. Women's Amateur.
Lisa McCloskey celebrated her birthday by walking into a metal pole and then advancing to match play at the U.S. Women's Amateur with a 2-under 70 on Tuesday.
With the Summer Olympics in full swing in London and golf returning to the games in 2016, Emily Tubert is drawing from a little Olympic inspiration this week at the U.S. Women's Amateur.
Austin Ernst, the 2011 NCAA champion, is leaving LSU to be closer to home. Her golf career could go one of two ways, depending on her finish at LPGA Q-School.
Mexico's Marcela Leon outlasted the competition – real and imagined – to take advantage of her big break.
Steve Stricker has owned TPC Deere Run since 2009, and his three straight wins at the John Deere Classic is proof. No wonder folks jokingly call it the Steve Stricker Invitational. Beth Ann Baldry
In the midst of a mini-slump, Yani Tseng parted ways with caddie Jason Hamilton this week, two days after she tied for 50th in the U.S. Women's Open.
Luke Guthrie will play in front of a home crowd this week at the John Deere Classic.
Financial problems among other obstacles have hindered Meredith Duncan during her time on the LPGA Tour. But that hasn't affected her attitude writes Beth Ann Baldry.
Na Yeon Choi cleared the U.S. Women's Open field by four shots for her first major title, paying tribute to Se Ri Pak, who opened the LPGA door to South Koreans with her '98 win at Blackwolf Run.
Na Yeon Choi's 7-under 65 was simply shocking, considering there were only five under-par rounds Saturday at the U.S. Women's Open. Now, can the World No. 2 hold on to her six-shot lead?
Morgan Pressel posted a 10 on the 14th hole of the U.S. Women’s Open and then called it quits, citing a thumb injury. Pressel injured her left thumb at the Wegmans LPGA Championship last month.
Despite three wins in 2012, struggling Yani Tseng has reached out for support from Annika Sorenstam.
Michelle Wie entered the U.S. Women's Open in the worst stretch of her career. Then Friday's 6-under 66 happened. Wie says she found "it" - but will "it" stick around?
Lexi Thompson, 17, has been here before, and that could be dangerous for the rest of the U.S. Women's Open field: Enough youth to take chances, but enough experience to know when to take them.
Once upon a time, Stacy Lewis and Amanda Blumenherst were supposed to provide the next American rivalry. That hasn't exactly happened, says our Beth Ann Baldry.
Dottie Pepper was named U.S. assistant captain for the 2013 Solheim Cup on Wednesday, finally putting behind her 2007 comments that seemingly kept her blackballed from the event.
Melissa Reid, whose mother Joy died in a car crash this spring, rebounds from the tragedy with a renewed sense of purpose at the U.S. Women's Open
The 18th hole at Blackwolf Run will keep its famous water hazard for the U.S. Women's Open, rather than making the area a bunker.
USC commit Kyung Kim earned her first USGA victory on Saturday at the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links. It was a fitting end on the 40th anniversary of Title IX legislation.
When Austin Ernst won the NCAA Division I Women’s Championship last May, Larry Penley knew the time was right.
Landmark legislation 40 years ago leveled the playing field for women in college athletics. Today, the legacy can be found in a new generation of female athletes.
It will be "Radar" vs. "Silent Assassin" as Kyung Kim takes on Ashlan Ramsey in the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links finale on Saturday.
The semifinals are set at U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links, with Alice Jeong's dominating quarterfinal victory leading the way in New Jersey.
Despite the high temperatures, red-hot Chirapat Jao-Javanil advanced to the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links quarterfinals Thursday.
Alice Jeong, in her first match-play event, knocks off medalist Lisa McCloskey to advance to the second round of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links.
All three Curtis Cup players - Lisa McCloskey, Emily Tubert and Tiffany Lua - survived Round 1 on Wednesday at the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links. Beth Ann Baldry.
16-year-old Lakareber Abe advanced to the second round of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links at Neshanic Valley Golf Course. Beth Ann Baldry.
The memories of Lauren Judson's parents have proven uplifting for her entire Southern Mississippi team.
If the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links happens to be Lisa McCloskey's final USGA event as an amateur, she's off to a good start. The former USC player earned medalist honors on Tuesday.