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Yani Tseng is currently 1st in the world on the rankings according to the official rolex rankings. This means she is the number one LPGA or ladies golfer in the world. She sits at 2nd  on the 2011 money list with $321,270.00 just behind Karrie Webb. Yani Tseng best ever ranking is world number one. She has been ranked number one since the 14th of February 2011.      Read More →

Yani Tseng shot a 6-under-par 66 on the final day to take first place in the Honda LPGA Thailand. Tseng finished the tournament with a total score of 15-under-par (273). Michelle Wie came in 2nd place trailing Tseng by five shots with a total of 10-under-par (278). 2nd place earned Michelle $140,360. The overnight leader, Tseng shot six birdies in the first 13 holes, then made her only bogey of the day at 14 hole, She shot a birdie at 15. and... Read More »

Yani Tseng won the 2010 P&G NW Arkansas Championship with a commanding 6-under-par final round, including a back nine in which she had five birdies and no bogeys. It was Tseng’s fifth LPGA Tour win, third win of the year and fifth win in a career that is not yet three seasons old. She also has five professional wins on other tours around the world, including two so far in 2010. Tseng pushed ahead of media favorite Michelle Wie who... Read More »

Taiwan’s Yani Tseng has won this years LPGA Kraft Nabisco Championship. The win means she now has two major titles for her career, the first being the LPGA Championship in 2008. It is also her third tournament win since she joined the LPGA in 2008. Tseng, scored a 68 for a 13-under total of 275 over the four days and a one-shot victory over Norway’s Suzann Pettersen. The prize money for winning the Kraft was $300,000 and has brought... Read More »

A year ago I had the chance to interview Yani Tseng for Mexican magazine Caras Golf. I remember that I was kind of worried when they assigned me the task, since there wasn’t too much information about her, so I went though the LPGA, her official site and other media to put together the questionnaire. Back then the “English only” policy had been recently banned, so my first thought was: we’ll have a communication problem due... 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 »