Lexi Thompson feels comfortable at the American-style Woburn Golf Club despite some recent changes in her caddie and putter.
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Stories by Beth Ann Nichols
England’s Young is the second woman named Liz to play seven months' pregnant at a major this year.
Brittany Lang enters this week’s Ricoh Women’s British Open with a surge of confidence and a bit of freedom knowing that she won’t be one of those one-win types on tour.
Bronte Law posted a 5-under 70 on July 25 to tie for fourth at final qualifying, giving England a total of 11 players in the field.
The International Crown wasn’t Keith Williams’ brainchild but it takes the right financial partner to properly execute a good idea.
After being shut out on Day One, Team USA storms back to capture a crucial UL International Crown on home soil.
Thanks to a Saturday sweep, Team USA will make it to singles at the UL International Crown, which was suspended before the final day of pool play could finish.
England, which leads field at UL International Crown, hopes win can revive women’s golf in its country
Thanks to a Saturday sweep, Team England will go into singles at the UL International Crown with the lead, but a win Sunday could mean much more than a crown for the English.
Natalie Gulbis spoke Tuesday at the Republican National Convention for her friend Donald Trump. Here is the full transcript of that speech.
One day after going scoreless at the UL International Crown, the U.S. scored three points Friday after a Star Wars-inspired text message sent by Cristie Kerr.
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