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» Lexi Thompson wins Navistar LPGA Classic
Lexi Thompson became the youngest winner in the 61-year history of the LPGA Tour by capturing a five-shot victory at the Navistar LPGA Classic. Thompson, who is 16 years, 7 months and 8 days old, shot a final round 2-under 70 to help secure her victory over Tiffany Joh, who finished in second at 12-under-par.

Before Thompson's win, Marlene Hagge had held the distinction as the youngest winner on the LPGA Tour. Hagge was 18 years, 14 days when she won the 1952 Sarasota Open, which was an 18-hole event. Read More »
» Yani Tseng wins Walmart NW Arkansas Championship
Rolex Rankings No. 1 Yani Tseng successfully defended her title at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G, beating Amy Yang on the first hole of a playoff. After missing a 4-foot putt on the final hole of regulation that would have given her the title,

Tseng sank a four-foot birdie putt when they replayed the par-5 18th in the playoff to capture her fifth LPGA title of the 2011 season. Tseng began Sunday atop the leaderboard with Yang and both Read More »
» Brittany Lincicome wins 2011 CN Canadian Women’s Open
Rolex Rankings No. 15 Brittany Lincicome won the 2011 CN Canadian Women’s Open by getting up-and-down from about 40 yards to save par on 18th hole and secure a one-shot victory at the Hillsdale Golf & Country Club outside of Montreal.

Lincicome shot a 2-under 70 on Sunday, battling high winds and heavy rain caused by the remnants of Hurricane Irene, to outlast defending champion Michelle Wie and Rolex Rankings No. 10 Stacy Lewis by a stroke and claim the $337,500 first-place check. Read More »
» Suzann Pettersen wins Safeway Classic
Suzann Pettersen fired a 7-under-par 64 on the last day of the Safeway Classic to finish with 207 or 6-under-par for the tournament. Pettersen then had to wait over two hours as the remainder of the field finished their rounds.

Na Yeon Choi, the second-round leader, was nine strokes ahead of Pettersen at the start the day, but lost her chance of a clear victory when she finished the day with a two-over 73. Na Yeon Choi bogeyed the final hole which forced a playoff between Suzann Pettersen and Na Yeon Choi to decide Read More »
» 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 a 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. 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. 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 Read More »
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