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Yani Tseng wins Ricoh Women’s British Open...

Yani Tseng has won the Ricoh Women’s British Open Gold Championship by four strokes over Brittany Lang. The 22-year-old from Taiwan became the fourth woman in history to retain the title, securing her fifth Major and ninth LPGA tour win. With her victory  becomes the youngest golfer in history to win five career major titles. 22 year old Tseng beat Tiger Woods record having won his fifth major at 24 years, 7 months. The win is also the first time that Tseng, has been able to successfully defend... Read More »

Ai Miyazato Wins Evian Masters...

Ai Miyazato has won this years Evian Masters in France by two strokes over Stacy Lewis, Miyazato shot a final round of 70 or 2-under-par to finish up with a total score of 273, 15-under-par to claim victory for the tournament. Stacey Lewis also shot a 70 on the last day to finish two shots back for second place with three players I.K. Kim, Miki Saiki, and Angela Stanford finishing third (T3) one stroke behind Lewis. Ai Miyazato is the fourth player to win multiple titles at the Evian Masters in... Read More »

So Yeon Ryu wins U.S. Women’s Open...

So Yeon Ryu has taken victory at this years U.S. Women’s Open defeating fellow South Korean Hee Kyung Seo in a three-hole playoff. LPGA Tour rookie Hee Kyung Seo held a one-shot lead over So Yeon Ryu in the final round of the U.S. Women’s Open when play was called due to darkness. 42 players finished their final rounds on Sunday while 30 golfers remained on the course when play was called due to rain delays in the afternoon. On Monday the challenge was on for Ryu who was one stroke... Read More »

Yani Tseng wins Wegmans LPGA Championship...

Yani Tseng shot a final-round of 66 to capture the 2011 Wegmans LPGA Championship and become the youngest female golfer in history to win four major titles. The previous record was held by Patty Berg she won her fourth major at the 1941 Western Open when she was 23 years old. Tseng who is 22 years old already was the youngest player in LPGA history to win three majors. Tseng entered the final round with a five-shot lead over Cindy LaCrosse and Morgan Pressel. Tseng bogeyed the first hole, then went... Read More »

Yani Tseng wins LPGA State Farm Classic...

World No. 1 Yani Tseng shot a 4-under 68 on Sunday to win the LPGA State Farm Classic by three strokes over Cristie Kerr. It was Tseng’s second LPGA Tour victory this season, her previous victory was the LPGA’s season-opening Honda LPGA Thailand, taking her to a total of 7 LPGA Tour wins for her career. Starting the last day as overnight leader at 17-under-par, Tseng had a one-shot lead over Mindy Kim when she teed off for the final round. Tseng got off to a good start, making a birdie... Read More »

Brittany Lincicome wins ShopRite LPGA Classic...

Brittany Lincicome has won the ShopRite LPGA Classic with an impressive birdie from the thick grass on the 18th hole. She shot a 5-under-par 66 on Sunday to record her fourth-career LPGA victory. With a one-shot win over Rolex Rankings No. 3 Jiyai Shin and No. 4 Cristie Kerr she claim the $225,000 first-place check. With former LPGA Tour member A.J. Eathorne on her bag, Lincicome started the day two shots behind second-round leader Kerr and carded an eagle on the third hole to move into a... Read More »

Mariajo Uribe wins HSBC Brazil Cup...

Mariajo Uribe had her first unofficial LPGA Tour win at the third-annual HSBC Brazil Cup 2011. Uribe entered Sunday’s final round two-strokes behind first round leader, Heather Bowie-Young. Uribe quickly gained the lead with a birdie on the fifth and held on till the 18th hole win by one-stroke over Lindsey Wright and to claim the $108,000 first-place check and take home her first-ever unofficial money win on the LPGA Tour. Last year Uribe finished runner-up at the HSBC Brazil Cup after loosing... Read More »

Suzann Pettersen...

Suzann Pettersen has won this years 2011 Sybase Match Play Championship. Pettersen converted a 15-foot birdie putt on the last hole to win the match with a 1 UP victory against Cristie Kerr, and to take her first win for the 2011 LPGA Tour season. After a strong season of second places in 2010 and no victories, Pettersen victory here takes her to number two spot in the world rankings, just below Yani Tseng. For winning the Championship Suzann picked up the first-place winner’s check of $375,000... Read More »

Maria Hjorth wins Avnet LPGA Classic...

Maria Hjorth has won her fifth-career LPGA Tour victory with a two-shot win over Song-Hee Kim at the Avnet LPGA Classic. Hjorth, shot a 5-under 67 in the final round to take victory after starting the day three shots back from Kim and 16-year-old sponsor’s invite Lexi Thompson who were the third-round leaders. Hjorth recorded four birdies on the front nine of the Crossings Course at Magnolia Grove to take her to the top of the leaderboard. She converted a couple bogeys on the back nine to finish... Read More »