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Former world number 1-ranked LPGA golfer Jiyai Shin agency has stated that she will focus on playing in Japan next year, citing fatigue and exhaustion after splitting her time between United States and Asia tours. Jiyai Shin fell from rank 8th at the end of 2012 to number 16th in the world at the finish of the 2013 scheduled season. She will continue to play in the LPGA tour to retain her playing rights which require a minimum of 12 events attended... Read More »

The LPGA Tour returns to action September 10-12 when a top field tees it up in Rogers, Arkansas for the 4th annual P&G NW Arkansas Championship. Leading the field is defending champion and current LPGA money list leader Jiyai Shin. In 2009 she defeated Angela Stanford and Sun Young Yoo in a sudden-death playoff to claim her third LPGA win of the year. Also in the field is Rolex Rankings number 1 Ai Miyazato. A win by her this week would be... 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 »

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 »

Another year goes by and with it many memories and achievements stay in our memories. When any of us think of 2009 the names of those golfers who lived the season in the limelight will come into our minds, so let’s remember some of them, shall we? Tiger Woods: yes, he cheated and it’s been mentioned on a regular basis. Nevertheless, let’s not forget that this guy had some pretty nice accomplishments on the course: he won six times,... 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 »

She’s a 21 year old from South Korea and she managed to make it to the top of the Lorena Ochoa Invitational. Jiyai Shin, who’s already clinched the Rookie of the Year Award, is seeking to become the LPGA’S best player this year, which will end with Mexico’s Lorena Ochoa three year’s streak as Player of the Year. The LOI is the last stop of the LPGA in Mexico this year. Shin didn’t have a single mistake in the second round and she made... Read More »

As it has been for the last couple of seasons the girls from the far far East have been dominating the leaderboard of almost every single LPGA tournament. LOI’s field features 15 Asian players, compared with only 2 Mexicans and 6 Europeans. Son Hee Kim had a great start, she opened her 65 round with a birdie on number 3 par 5. Kim, who has 10 top ten finishes this year, continue to card birdies on 5, 7, 8, 9 and 10. Then, she had to settle... Read More »

Yesterday Michelle Wie, Paula Creamer and Jiyai Shin attended a press conference and talked about their expectations about the tournament. These young players are hoping to take the trophy home for very special reasons. Paula Creamer and Michelle Wie were Solheim Cup team partners. Jiyai Shin will play her first LOI. First of all, Michelle is seeking her first victory in the LPGA and is hoping to make it happen this week. “I feel like I’ve... Read More »