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  • Third Kingsmill victory comes on Father's Day for Cristie Kerr

    Third Kingsmill victory comes on Father's Day for Cristie Kerr
    WILLIAMSBURG — When Cristie Kerr's eagle putt at the 15th hole Sunday burned the left edge, her dad cringed. "She's giving me heart attacks," Michael Kerr said as he stood greenside. Plenty more palpitations awaited during another harrowing...
  • Lewis, Park lead world rankings as LPGA prepares for next month's Kingsmill tournament

    Lewis, Park lead world rankings as LPGA prepares for next month's Kingsmill tournament
    The season's first major complete, the LPGA Tour is off this week — no sense competing with Bubba, Tiger and Augusta — as players prepare for a three-tournament stretch that concludes May 2-5 at the Kingsmill Championship. Since the circuit'...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Creamer-Shin epic provides Kingsmill another memorable show

    The old friends didn't miss a beat. They'd been apart for years, but it was as if they'd been texting, Skyping and/or calling daily. The fit was that seamless. Kingsmill officials reminded us all that they still know how to stage a first-rate golf...
  • Creamer vows to learn from Kingsmill playoff disappointment

    Paula Creamer has been here before: club-kicking frustrated and misty-eyed at missing a short par putt to lose a sudden-death playoff. She can only hope she rebounds as quickly and as well. Creamer's latest setback transpired Monday morning at the...
  • Little Linksters again asks to see nation’s best pee-wee swings

     
    Little Linksters has launched the second edition of its “Best Pee-Wee Golf Swing in North America” video contest for children ages 3-8, with LPGA groundbreaker Lexi Thompson and top instructor Jim McLean among the judging panel. Parents are...
  • Golfer’s dozen: Yani Tseng picks up 12th win in chilly homeland

     
    Rain and cold winds did little to dampen Yani Tseng's pursuit of a 12th victory to cap her spectacular season, running off to a seven-shot romp at the Swinging Skirts Invitational in her native Taiwan. The Lake Nona pro took a one-stroke lead into the...
  • Cowher, Namath and Edwards get golf tips on “The Haney Project”

     
    One of the greatest things about the game of golf is that it can never be mastered. It can crumble the biggest of egos, and it can turn the world's best athletes into mere mortals. This is why I am a huge fan of The Haney Project on the Golf Channel. Hank...