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Evian Masters Golf Tournament...

The Evian Masters starts tomorrow at the Evian Masters Golf Club in Evian-les-Bains, France with first round tee times beginning at 7:00am. The course is a Par 72, playing to 6,373 yards, and overlooks Lake Geneva, the largest freshwater lake in western Europe which stretches out from France across and into neighbouring Switzerland. The Evian Masters is a relative newcomer on the LPGA Tour. It was founded in 1994, and is recognized as a major by the Ladies European Tour. However it is not classified... Read More »

Eun Hee Ji wins Women’s US Open...

eun hee ji 23 year old Eun-Hee Ji from South Korea has won this year’s Women’s US Open. Ji sunk a 15-foot birdie putt on the last hole of the tournament to win by one stroke over place winner Candie Kung, originally from Taiwan. In-Kyung Kim and Cristie Kerr both placed third (T3). Cristie Kerr who was leading the tournament after the third round. had some trouble on the final round and ended up the day with a 75, two over par for the tournament and a total of 286 Eun-Hee Ji’s... Read More »

Women’s US Open LPGA...

LPGA US Open The 2009 U.S. Women’s Open begins its first round tee off tomorrow at the Saucon Valley Country Club in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The Course total length is 6,740 yards, Par: 71. A few well known players won’t be joining the line up this year, among them fan favorites Michelle Wie and Natalie Gulbis. They failed to qualify under U.S. Golf Association’s revised exemption criteria, much to the disappointment of some fans. LPGA veteran Wendy Ward and rookie Vicky Hurst... Read More »

Jiyai Shin wins Wegmans LPGA...

jiyai shin Jiyai Shin from Korea is the winner of this year’s Wegmans LPGA tournament. Shin recorded a score of 71 on the final day to win by an impressive seven strokes over 2nd place winners Kristy McPherson and Yani Tseng. Both McPherson and Tseng recorded a final score of 278 or 10 under par for the event. Haeji Kang , Mika Miyazato, and Stacy Lewis tied for fourth, recording scores of 279, or 9 under par. Jiyai Shin now has two tournament wins under her belt this year. She won the... Read More »

Wegmans LPGA Golf Tournament...

Wegmans LPGA Wegmans LPGA Golf Tournament begins tomorrow, with the tournament being held at Locust Hill Country Club located in Pittsford, New York. The tournaments first round kicks off at 7:30 a.m on Thursday the 25th of June. Wegmans defending champion and 2008 winner Eun-Hee Ji will be returning this year to defend her title and best career win to date. Eun-Hee Ji shot a final round of 67 last year to take her final score to -16 under par, giving her a 2 stroke lead over 2nd place winner... Read More »

Anna Nordqvist wins 2009 McDonald’s LPGA c...

Anna Nordqvist from Sweden was declared the winner of the 2009 McDonald’s LPGA Championship. The tournament was held at the Bulle Rock Golf Course in Havre de Grace, Maryland. Nordqvist carded a score of 68 on the fourth day to secure victory and win her first major championship tournament. Nordqvist recorded scores of 66, 70, 69, 68 respectively to finish at 15 under par for the tournament. She won by a comfortable four shots over second place finisher Lindsey Wright, and five shots... Read More »

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 »