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Justin Rose will enter this week's Open Championship at Royal Liverpool as the No.
Americans have seen a women's golf resurgence this season after years of South Korean domination, but four-time major champion Park In-Bee says the Koreans feel pressure to seize command again.
Lexi Thompson first asked her parents the question when she was 12 and had become the youngest player ever to qualify for the U.S. Women's Open.
"We're here to wear the crown,' world No. 1 Stacy Lewis of the United States said.
Enumclaw's Tyler Salsbury is doing things in golf this week at the 48th Pacific Coast Amateur he has never done - or seen - before.
Team Japan, ranked third among the eight countries represented at the inaugural LPGA International Crown this week, will bring an engaging competitive counterpoint to the event.
As a 19-year-old relative unknown from Taiwan, Tseng won for the first time as a pro at the 2008 LPGA Championship at Bulle Rock in Havre de Grace.
Rich Thomas has run more than two dozen professional golf events over the past 14 years, but from its inception more than year ago the LPGA 's International Crown at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills has felt different to its tournament director.
After two decades of watching US and European women golfers play for the Solheim Cup, top worldwide rivals have their chance at a team title in the LPGA International Crown.
Stacy Lewis holds the top spot in the Rolex Rankings , and as a result her name was atop the standings when the women's Olympic Golf Rankings were released Monday for the first time.
Fielding four of the most talent golfers in the world, the Republic of Korea sends a powerful team to the LPGA International Crown this week.
Chase Wright on Sunday earned his highest finish and biggest paycheck on the Web.com Tour this season when he tied for fourth place in the Albertsons Boise Open.
By SCOTT COTTOS For The Courier SYLVANIA - While 17-year-old Lydia Ko added onto her amazing rookie season on the LPGA Tour with her win in the Marathon Classic on Sunday, other young players introduced themselves quite heartily to the large gathering of fans at Highland Meadows Golf Club.
New Zealand teen Lydia Ko birdied the 18th hole Sunday for a one-stroke victory over Ryu So-Yeon to win the $1.4 million Marathon Classic and capture her fourth career LPGA title.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 12:57 am
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