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» Paula Creamer wins US Open
Paula Creamer finished up her fourth round with a two-under-par 69 to win by four stokes over Na Yeon Choi and Suzann Pettersen at the at the Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania. This is Paula Creamer first major championship win and ninth career US LPGA Tour title since she joined the LPGA tour in 2005.

The victory is Creamers first win for the year after being out of the tour for four months due to a thumb injury. Creamer had to have surgery this year and that has limited her attendance to only four tournaments this year.
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» LPGA Championship
Cristie Kerr has won the LPGA Championship becoming the first American to be world number one since the Rolex Rankings was first introduced in February 2006. Kerr jumped four spots to knock out former world number one Ai Miyazato.

Cristie Kerr total score of 19-under-par (269) tied with Patty Sheehan’s record, set in 1992 Patty made the lowest tournament under par score of 19-under-par total at the Wegmans LPGA, Locust Hill Country Club.
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» ShopRite LPGA Classic
Ai Miyazato from Japan has won this years ShopRite LPGA Classic. After missing the cut in the prevoius tournament the LPGA State Farm Classic, Miyazato bounced back to finished with a 64 or 7-under-par on the final day to win over by two strokes over M.J. Hur, and three strokes over Inbee Park. Miyazato finished at 16-under-par or 197 total.

Ai Miyazato is the first player from Japan to win the ShopRite Classic, and is clearly dominating this year, the win marks her fourth tournament victory for this year. Ai Miyazato took home $225,000 for winning the tournament taking her up to a grand total of $830,238 for the year. It is expected with the next Rolex Rankings adjustment that Ai Miyazato will become the next number one ranked player in the world, knocking Jiyai Shin to number two slot. Read More >>
» ShopRite LPGA Classic preview
The ShopRite LPGA Classic was last played in 2006 and returns this year to the Dolce Seaview Resort, Bay Course in Galloway, New Jersey. The tournament first stated in 1986 and was originally known as the Atlantic City Classic.

In 1992 the name changed to the ShopRite LPGA Classic. The course has a Par 71 and is 6150 yards in length. Originally known as the Seaview Marriott Resort it's name changed to Dolce Seaview Resort in 2009 after Dolce Hotels took over management. Read More >>
» State Farm Classic
American Cristie Kerr won the 35th annual State Farm Classic after a rain-delayed weekend of play forced a Monday morning finish. Kerr took the lead after shooting 63 in Round 3 and held on with a 69 in Round 4 to win by one stroke over Sweden's Anna Nordqvist and Korea's Na Yeon Choi. Kerr finished with a score of 17-under-par, 266, the lowest tournament score since the State Farm Classic moved to the Panther Creek Country Club in 2007.

This was Kerr's 13th career LPGA career win and her first since she won the 2009 Michelob Ultra Open in May 2009. It was also her second State Farm Classic win. She also won in 2004 when she set the tournament-record with a score of 264 (24-under-par) on The Rail Golf Course. Kerr now holds the tournament records on both courses at which the State Farm Classic has been played.Read More >>
» LPGA State Farm Classic Preview
The LPGA State Farm Classic tournament has been played annually since 1976 and started in Springfield, Illinois, United States. In 1976 the tournament moved to The Rail Golf Course and was played there till 2006. In 2007 the tournament moved to Panther Creek Country Club.

Through out its history this event has been dominated by players from the United States. Players from America have won the tournament a total 26 out of 35 times the event has been played. The last two years has been won by players from South Korea.
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» HSBC LPGA Brasil Cup
American Meaghan Francella has won this years HSBC LPGA Brasil Cup in a sudden death playoff with LPGA rookie Mariajo Uribe. The Tournament ended with a six-hole sudden death play-off, on the sixth playoff hole Francella rolled in a 10-foot birdie putt to secure victory.

The playoff began with Francella and Uribe both making birdies at the 18th giving them both a total of 140 or 6-under par for the tournament. Candie Kung was in the last group with Francella and Uribe and was joint leader until the final hole where she made par eliminating her from the playoff.
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» HSBC LPGA Brasil Cup preview
The HSBC LPGA Brasil Cup was first played in 2009 and is an international golf exhibition tournament. The tournament has 36 holes played over two days at the Itanhanga Golf Club in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This year’s purse has increased to $700,000 up from $500,000 last year, and the 15 player field in 2009 has been increased to 27 for this years lineup.

Last years winner and defending champ is Catriona Matthew from Scotland. She posted a back to back score of 69 for a total of 138 or 6-under-par. It was a clear victory over American Kristy McPherson who trailed behind Catriona Matthew by 5-strokes to finish in second place. Read More >>
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