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¿25 events?...

This week it was announced that the Michelob Ultra Open won’t comeback next year. Zayra Calderon, , assured that there’s no place neither for panic nor for exageration; she’s confident that next year’s schedule will be better than everyone expected and it may include 25 events. Never the less, the feat seems kind of complicated, not to say impossible, and if by any means Calderon and other LPGA executives manage to have a 20+ schedule it might be one of the most incredible... Read More »

LPGA 2010 schedule...

This week it was announced that the Michelob Ultra Open won’t comeback next year. Zayra Calderon, , assured that there’s no place neither for panic nor for exaggeration; she’s confident that next year’s schedule will be better than everyone expected and it may include 25 events. Never the less, the feat seems kind of complicated, not to say impossible, and if by any means Calderon and other LPGA executives manage to have a 20+ schedule it might be one of the most incredible... Read More »

Scratch another one!...

The LPGA keeps losing events and things aren’t precisely in great shape. This year they started the season without two great tournaments, the Fileds Open and the Ginn Tribute; a couple of months ago the Kapalua LPGA Classic, which was supposed to take place in October withdrew from the schedule, this situation led to the “resignation” of Comissioner Bivens, the truth is some players decided it was time for her to leave. Of course there were others who followed the Kapalua, such... Read More »

LPGA loses Michelob Ultra Open...

The LPGA keeps losing events and things aren’t precisely in great shape. This year they started the season without two great tournaments, the Fiedds Open and the Ginn Tribute. A couple of months ago the Kapalua LPGA Classic, which was supposed to take place in October withdrew from the schedule, this situation led to the “resignation” of Commissioner Bivens, the truth is some players decided it was time for her to leave. Of course there were others who followed the Kapalua, such... Read More »

Asia keeps dominating...

It’s been a couple of years since the Asian players have been showing their “A” game on tour and have been climbing through the rankings leaving other golfers far from contention. Today is pretty common to see the leaderboard crowed by Kims, Kangs, Lees, Ohs, Parks, Yangs and others, maybe that’s why the results on the Samsung World Championship weren’t a surprise. The South Korean outlasted Lorena Ochoa. 21 year old Na Yeon Choi showed how a true champion must play... Read More »

Asia keeps dominating the LPGA...

The South Korean outlasted Lorena Ochoa It’s been a couple of years since the Asian players have been showing their “A” game on tour and have been climbing through the rankings leaving other golfers far from contention. Today is pretty common to see the leaderboard crowed by Kims, Kangs, Lees, Ohs, Parks, Yangs and others, maybe that’s why the results on the Samsung World Championship weren’t a surprise. 21 year old Na Yeon Choi showed how a true champion must play... Read More »

LPGA Needs A Touch Of Grace...

It was a moment Grace Park fans have permanently etched into their hearts; elegantly donning a red, blue and gold traditional Korean hanbok, the 2004 CJ Nine Bridges trophy balanced in her right hand and her lips pressed against the reward for her tournament record 16-under victory. After traveling the world, leaving a trail of success wherever she teed it up, the 1999 NCAA Champion and one-time Little Miss Korea had come home to finally win on her native soil. The Sun Devil from Seoul was seven... Read More »

Catriona Matthew wins Ricoh Women’s Britis...

Catriona Matthew Catriona Matthew scored a total of 285 or -3 under par to win the tournament by three shots over Australian Karrie Webb. Webb, who started the day eight shots behind, made an impressive chip in for eagle on the 15th and was starting to look like she had a shot at the lead after birding the 16th. Webb finished the final day with a 68 or -4 under par. Placing her second for the tournament. Catriona Matthew aged 39 is the first Scottish woman to win a major title and this is also Catriona... Read More »

Ricoh Women’s British Open...

ROYAL LYTHAM & ST ANNES GOLF CLUB The Ricoh Women’s British Open begins tomorrow at the Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club in Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire, England. Tee off times begin at 6:30. The length of the course is 6492 yards with a par of 72. 2008 British Open winner Jiyai Shin will be back again to defend her title, Shin has had a great year so far in 2009, winning the HSBC Women’s Champions and Wegmans LPGA. Shin currently sits at second on the money list for 2009 behind... Read More »