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Ai Miyazato from Japan has won this years ShopRite LPGA Classic. After missing the cut in the prevoius tournament the LPGA State Farm Classic, Miyazato bounced back to finished with a 64 or 7-under-par on the final day to win over by two strokes over M.J. Hur, and three strokes over Inbee Park. Miyazato finished at 16-under-par or 197 total. Ai Miyazato is the first player from Japan to win the ShopRite Classic, and is clearly dominating this... Read More »

With 36 holes to go in the Tres Marías Championship, Mexican Lorena Ochoa is still on her feet and hoping to fight for the crown in her farewell. Even when she’s away from the top, the Guadalajara native has a chance to make it through. Lorena was joined by her family and husband. Tied in the 6th position, world number 1 is happy to see her fans support her, but being close to the leaders is a bigger incentive. Joined by Miyazato and Gulbis,... Read More »

Mexican Lorena Ochoa started her participation in the Tres Marías Championship breaking par and with a very consistent game. She’s 7 under par and in good position to leave on Sunday with a win. Lorena controlled her approaching shots and putted excellent, which she hadn’t done in sometime. This was reflected in her first hole (#10) where she shot an eagle after sinking a 3 footer. Her round was strong from beginning to end and, even... Read More »

After one month of inactivity, the LPGA players are back to continue with this year’s schedule. This is the first tournament that they’ll play in US soil, since the first two tournaments were celebrated in Asia. So, expect coverage for all and lots of fans following their favorites. This is an inaugural event and will be played in California. As expected, the field includes the best of the best, 17 of the top 20 Rolex Rankings players... Read More »

There’s no one who can slow down Ai Miyazato, who this weekend won the HSBC Women’s Championship, after dealing with tons of pressure from Cristie Kerr, making it her third LPGA title. With this victory the Japanese became the only winner in 2010, since last week she took away the season opener: Honda PTT LPGA Thailand. Miyazato became the first player since 1966 to win the first two official events of the LPGA. On Thursday she was... Read More »

In 3 days the 2010 LPGA season will kick off; therefore it’s time to talk about those players who will be serious contenders to win one or more tournaments out of the 26 events that are already scheduled. Their expertise, curriculum and talent put them as this season’s figures. This year the Mexican has assured that she only  has golf on her mind; we have to remember that world number 1 had a tough 2009, mainly because she was focused... Read More »

It’s been a couple of years since the Asian players have been showing their “A” game on tour and have been climbing through the rankings leaving other golfers far from contention. Today is pretty common to see the leaderboard crowed by Kims, Kangs, Lees, Ohs, Parks, Yangs and others, maybe that’s why the results on the Samsung World Championship weren’t a surprise. The South Korean outlasted Lorena Ochoa. 21 year old... Read More »