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  • After last year's Shin-Creamer epic, LPGA tweaks Kingsmill's playoff format

    After last year's Shin-Creamer epic, LPGA tweaks Kingsmill's playoff format
    WILLIAMSBURG — The LPGA has never seen a playoff like last year's at Kingsmill, and for spectators, the format was perfect. As Jiyai Shin and Paula Creamer dueled time after time after time on the River Course's 18th hole, fans lining the fairway or...
  • Pettersen, Kingsmill Championship have aged gracefully

     Pettersen, Kingsmill Championship have aged gracefully
    WILLIAMSBURG — Like the LPGA Tour, Suzann Pettersen debuted at Kingsmill in 2003. She was 22, bold and brash, fueled by a sterling amateur career in her native Norway and by instant professional success on the Ladies European Tour. LPGA rookie...
  • Brittany Lang, LPGA returning to Kingsmill with high hopes

    Monday's media gabfest for the LPGA Kingsmill Championship was impeccably timed. The symmetry was accidental, but ideal nonetheless. Here's why: This week the LPGA Tour returns to Toledo for the Jamie Farr Classic, for 26 years among the circuit's most...
  • Recovering from elbow surgery, Inkster returns to Kingsmill, a course she plays well

    Recovering from elbow surgery, Inkster returns to Kingsmill, a course she plays well
    No LPGA golfer has a richer or longer Hampton Roads history than Juli Inkster. She won the 1988 Crestar Classic at Sleepy Hole and repeated in '89 at Greenbrier Country Club. She made every cut of the tour's first seven tournaments at Kingsmill. Still,...
  • LPGA "ecstatic" about return to Kingsmill, expects elite field, long-term stay

    LPGA "ecstatic" about return to Kingsmill, expects elite field, long-term stay
    Brittany Lincicome played in five of the seven LPGA tournaments staged at Kingsmill. Never contended. Never cracked the top 20. Never finished under par. Guess who can't wait for the tour's September return to the Williamsburg resort after a two-year...
  • Some names have changed, but LPGA retains community vibe as it readies for Kingsmill return

    Some names have changed, but LPGA retains community vibe as it readies for Kingsmill return
    Of course Cristie Kerr loves Kingsmill. She played seven LPGA tournaments at the Williamsburg resort, winning twice, posting three other top-10 finishes and earning $953,610. Nearly a million bucks for 28 rounds of golf? It's not Tiger-in-his-prime coin,...
  • Pettersen remains a headliner as LPGA prepares for return to Kingsmill

    Na Yeon Choi won the U.S. Women's Open, carding an impeccable Saturday 65 in the process. Suzann Pettersen took off her clothes for ESPN The Magazine. Gee, wonder who got the most pub. Welcome to the last week of women's professional golf, which late...
  • Could Augusta ever host an LPGA tournament?

    WILLIAMSBURG — Mike Whan played Augusta National twice during the late 1990s. Shot 80 the second time, from the tips. Not bad for an 8-handicapper. Will the LPGA Tour that Whan directs ever play a tournament at this country's — the Old Course...
  • Recovering from depression, Christina Kim enjoys best round in two years

    Recovering from depression, Christina Kim enjoys best round in two years
    Christina Kim is the first to reveal her selfish motives. And she completely understands if the baring of her tortured soul prompts you to say TMI. “We all have our own personal demons,” Kim said Thursday after an opening-round 66 at the...
  • Top-ranked American Stacy Lewis contending again midway through Kingsmill Championship

    Stacy Lewis is the top-ranked American in women's golf. She leads the LPGA Tour Player of the Year standings and has won twice this season. She owes her ascension, in large measure, to scoliosis. "I wouldn't be where I am, at this level, if I hadn't...