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» Hyo Joo Kim wins Pure Silk
The first event of 2016 was one for the record books. Ha Na Jang made history during the third round of the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic, holing her tee shot at the reachable par 4, 8th hole for the first albatross in LPGA Tour history on a par 4. Hyo Joo Kim captured her third title on the LPGA Tour with a final round 7-under par, 66 to win at 18-under par, two-strokes ahead of Stacy Lewis, Anna Nordqvist and 2015 champion Sei Young Kim. Read More »
» Mi Hyang Lee wins Mizuno Classic
Mi Hyang Lee stuffed her 3-hybrid approach shot from 190-yards on the fifth playoff hole to tap-in range for a birdie and victory at the Mizuno Classic. “It was my first playoff ever so before I started the playoff I was a little nervous,” Lee admitted. “I just kept playing and made pars and birdies and the other players played really good. It was exciting when I made Read More »
» Inbee Park wins Fubon Taiwan Championship
Rolex Rankings No. 1 Inbee Park was able to hold off a strong final round charge from Rolex Rankings No. 2 Stacy Lewis to capture the 2014 Fubon LPGA Taiwan Championship presented by Taiwan Mobile. “I think playing with Stacy, I really wanted to play well, and obviously being able to win the tournament was a great accomplishment,” Park said. “It was a tough day and I got nervous on every hole today even on the 18th hole.” Read More »
» Shanshan Feng wins Sime Darby Malaysia
Without the pressure of playing at home in her native China, Shanshan Feng tied for low-round of the day with an 8-under 63 to claim the 2014 Sime Darby LPGA championship. Thanks to a 6-under back nine, one that included an eagle on 16, Feng seized control of the tournament on the way to her fourth career victory.
Feng used the same 3-wood on 16 today that she also used for the magical approach into a hazard on 18 that hit a rock and bounced off the flagstick, setting up eagle en route to the 2013 Reignwood LPGA Classic last year. Read More »
» Mirim Lee wins the LPGA Reignwood Classic
At the end of a six+ hour round, Mirim Lee edged out both Caroline Hedwall and Stacy Lewis for her second career win, both coming in the last two and a half months. Lee was able to battle windy conditions and nerves to claim a surprising victory and add to an already incredibly successful rookie season. “I really didn’t think I would get my second win this quickly.” Lee said. “I was a lot more nervous this time than first time around. I think I made a few mistakes towards the end, especially on the 18th. I’m really happy I won the tournament, and it was good.” Read More »
» Austin Ernst wins Portland Classic
Leading by two heading into the final two holes, Austin Ernst made bogey on back-to-back holes to post 14-under-par. The nerves and disappointment could have crushed her in the playoff, too, but instead, she calmly called her dad - a PGA professional - and got some advice. Whatever he said proved magical as Ernst blasted a drive straight down the middle and hit a cloud-scraping 7-iron 25 feet behind the hole before delicately lagging her birdie putt, which nearly went in, down 6 inches behind the hole for par. Read More »
» Lydia Ko wins Marathon Classic
Is it really even a surprise anymore when Lydia Ko does what she did Sunday? Seventeen-year-olds aren’t supposed to be that unflappable, that immune to pressure. They’re not supposed to step up to a 72-yard shot, needing a birdie, and hit it to four feet for the win. But never before has there ever been anyone this good, this young. With the birdie, Ko finished off a final-round, bogey-free, 6-under-par 65 to emerge with a one-shot victory and the fourth LPGA win of her career and second this season. Read More »
» Mo Martin wins RICOH Women's British Open
Mo Martin had yet to record an eagle on the LPGA Tour this season. The diminutive 5-foot-2 golfer isn’t known for her length but instead for her accuracy. Yet on the 72nd hole of one of golf’s biggest stages, the girl known as “Mighty Mo” delivered a shot for the ages that resulted in an eagle and made her a major champion.

On the par-5 18th at Royal Birkdale, Martin hit a three-wood that struck the pin. It left her with a six-foot putt for eagle and put Martin in the clubhouse at 1-under-par. Read More »
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