The 2017 LPGA schedule won’t be a rubber-stamped version of this year’s dates.
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Stories by Beth Ann Nichols
Lydia Ko beat out Ariya Jutanugarn and In Gee Chun to capture the Rolex ANNIKA Major Award
In Gee Chun set a new scoring mark for major championships – men and women – with her 21-under performance.
Yani Tseng made the cut in three majors in 2016, something she hadn’t done since 2012.
In Gee Chun, the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open champion, takes a four-shot lead into the final round of the Evian Championship.
Nanna Koerstz Madsen incurred a whopping four-stroke penalty at the Evian Championship and couldn’t recover, missing the cut.
Double bogeys on Nos. 5 and 18 turned a sparkling round into a 1-under 70 for Michelle Wie, but her shoes made waves at the Evian Championship.
Angela Stanford is solo fifth heading into the weekend at the Evian Championship after rounds of 65-68.
Shanshan Feng is struggling at the Evian Championship, but her Olympics performance vaulted her to new level of stardom in China.
Annie Park opened the year’s fifth major with a 7-under 64.
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