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Cristie Kerr and husband Erik Stevens have become proud parents to a newborn son which they named Mason Kerr Stevens. Kerr shared a picture on instagram and provided a little more information regarding her son birth, indicating he was born via surrogate: which is where a woman carries and delivers a child for another couple or person. Cristie Kerr said on twitter that she was not able to to physically able to carry children due to a medical condition.... Read More »

American Cristie Kerr won the 35th annual State Farm Classic after a rain-delayed weekend of play forced a Monday morning finish. Kerr took the lead after shooting 63 in Round 3 and held on with a 69 in Round 4 to win by one stroke over Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist and Korea’s Na Yeon Choi. Kerr finished with a score of 17-under-par, 266, the lowest tournament score since the State Farm Classic moved to the Panther Creek Country Club... 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 »

The victorious US Solheim cup team was invited into the White House. The players were excited to meet Barack Obama at the Oval office. Beth Daniel, who captained them last September, was also among the group. While in Washington D.C. they visited some of the most famous monuments, including sites like the Pentagon and the 9/11 Memorial. While Commissioner Michael Whan stood by their side from beginning to end, it was Juli Inkster who couldn’t... Read More »

The last season’s tourney was cut to 54 holes after a terrible washout in Texas. On Friday play was suspended several times until it was announced that it wasn’t going to be possible to continue. Saturday was a bummer since no one played at all, which left almost everybody without even starting the second round. Finally on Sunday the players finished what was supposed to happen on Friday. Today the third round was played and what a season ending... Read More »

It’s been 110 days since a group of players sent a letter to the Board of Directors asking for the resignation of Carolyn Bivens. On July the 13th. she left the tour so the LPGA could find someone else to try to recover what had been lost for quite a bit: sponsors. Bivens was named Commissioner in 2005, and became the first woman to assume the position. The pressure from players like Lorena Ochoa, Cristie Kerr and Paula Creamer gave everyone the... Read More »

The LPGA keeps losing events and things aren’t precisely in great shape. This year they started the season without two great tournaments, the Fileds Open and the Ginn Tribute; a couple of months ago the Kapalua LPGA Classic, which was supposed to take place in October withdrew from the schedule, this situation led to the “resignation” of Comissioner Bivens, the truth is some players decided it was time for her to leave. Of course... Read More »