Lydia Ko, the top-ranked women's golfer in the world, has cut ties with David Leadbetter and the Leadbetter Golf Academy.
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By now, Cheyenne Woods is comfortable with questions about her uncle Tiger, and she still thinks he can reach 18 majors.
Here is a closer look at each of the 20 LPGA Q-School graduates who will join the tour in 2017.
USC's Karen Chung was the only current college player to earn a full LPGA card at Q-School, but UCLA's Bronte Law and Miami’s Daniela Darquea will also turn pro after earning partial status.
After winning this year's Ladies European Tour money title, Beth Allen earned her 2017 LPGA card at Q-School.
Mel Reid’s journey to the LPGA took longer than anyone expected, but she'll finally get her shot in 2017.
Beth Allen is coming off the best year of her life having locked up the Order of Merit title and sits T-10 in her sixth LPGA Q-School finals appearance.
The UCLA star is in a tie for 43rd through 54 holes at LPGA Q-School, but she isn't worried about being behind the cut to grab an LPGA card.
Olafia Kristinsdottir had a cheering section Friday at LPGA Q-School and is poised to become the first Icelander ever to earn her LPGA card.
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