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For young Thai sisters, being golf teammates is easy
With the inaugural International Crown using two-person best ball to decide the best golf nation, the nuances of match-play are a well-worn conversation here at the Caves Valley Golf For young Thai sisters, being golf teammates is easy With the inaugural International Crown using two-person best ball to decide the best golf nation, the nuances of ... (more)
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USGA Announces 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball Championship Qualifying Sites
The United States Golf Association today announced sectional qualifying sites for the 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball Championship, to be held at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Bandon, Ore., May 9-13, 2015.
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Cornerstone lands LPGA stars for fundraiser
The Ladies Professional Golf Association plans to bring 23 of its golfers to play here in August to raise $1 million in scholarships for Detroit children to attend Cornerstone Schools .
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LPGA: Fringe Benefits for Working Moms
After her Friday round at the Marathon Classic presented by Owens Corning & I-O, fifteen year Tour veteran and mother of two young children Laura Diaz talked briefly about the difficulties of being a working mom.
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LPGA Marathon Classic Preview & TV Schedule
Jul 21, 2013; Toledo, OH, USA; Beatriz Recari holds the trophy after winning the Marathon Classic at Highland Meadows Golf Club.
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Inbee Park Made the Big Move at the RICOH Women's British Open
Moving Day at the RICOH Women's British Open surpassed expectations. Today's leaderboard ups and downs, combined with the drama surrounding Sun-Ju Ahn's rule violation, have set the stage for a first class cliffhanger on Sunday.
U.S. could claim first three women's majors for first time since '99
With Lexi Thompson winning the Kraft Nabisco Championship in April and Michelle Wie the U.S. Women's Open in June, Americans will tee it up at the Ricoh Women's British Open this week trying for the first time in 15 years to win the first three major championships of the year.
Dame Laura Davies has some sage advice for her peers
At 51, and four years removed from the last of her 84 professional victories, Dame Laura Davies still loves the game and still thinks she has a chance at this week's Ricoh Women's British Open, which she won in 1986 -- before many in the field were born.
I usually don't watch the women's golf on television, since I have mentioned before that many of the American lady golfers has to have their caddie line them up almost on every shot this gets boring for me.