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Eunjung Yi wins Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic...

Eunjung Yi 21-year-old Eunjung Yi from South Korea won the tournament this year. There was a lot of excitement and the unexpected for fans in the final round, as Morgan Pressel who started the final round four shots behind Yi ended up trailing by six shots after Yi made birdies in the first couple of holes. It looked all over for Pressel as she neared the final nine, until she made a sudden comeback with three consecutive birdies on the 9th, 10th and 11th holes that put her close to Yi’s... Read More »

Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic...

Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic The 25th Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic begins its first round tomorrow at the Highland Meadows Golf Club in Sylvania, Ohio. The tee offs start at 7:30 AM. Defending champion from 2008 Paula Creamer will be playing despite injuring her thumb at the Wegmans tournament last week. She had to withdraw from the tournament after the first round. Creamer commented that she will be fine to play the tournament tomorrow despite her thumb not feeling 100 percent. Last... Read More »

2009: New season, new challenges....

The LPGA has one of the most challenging years of its History, lots of changes, which will impact in several ways the most competitive women’s tour. The arrival of rookies, the departure of sponsors and the need to stay in the audience’s likes, are just some of the various aspects that should be considered for 2009. Rookies This year’s class is one of the most expected and promising, mainly because these players’ qualities, both in and outside the ropes, set them as serious contenders for... Read More »

Ai Miyazato wins Tres Marias Championship...

Ai Miyazato has won the Tres Marias Championship giving her three tournament victories for this year. The win sends her to third spot on the Rolex Rankings. She pulled ahead of Yani Tseng, and Suzann Pettersen. Miyazato now sits at third, one behind Lorena Ochoa who got knocked back to number two in the world this week by Jiyai Shin. Miyazato broke the course record on the first day shooting a 63 or 10-under-par to beat Lorena Ochoa record of 64. Miyazato scored a total of 273 or 19-under-par... Read More »