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  • LPGA's best have mixed emotions about staging U.S. Women's Open at Pinehurst No. 2 after men

     LPGA's best have mixed emotions about staging U.S. Women's Open at Pinehurst No. 2 after men
    WILLIAMSBURG — United States Golf Association suits are either marketing geniuses or delusional mad scientists. We'll know which in about a month, when their grand experiment produces either unprecedented exposure for their signature championships...
  • Salas cruises while others crumble at Kingsmill

    Salas cruises while others crumble at Kingsmill
    WILLIAMSBURG — Kingsmill crippled some of the world's best golfers Sunday. Errant tee shots, balls left in bunkers and heartbreaking putts. Double bogeys galore and one unsightly triple. Such trials and tribulations made Lizette Salas' first...
  • Kingsmill a special place for Cristie Kerr to celebrate first Mother's Day as a mom

     Kingsmill a special place for Cristie Kerr to celebrate first Mother's Day as a mom
    Valley fever was Cristie Kerr's self-diagnosis. Months of persistent aches and relentless fatigue. Months of struggling to extract herself from bed, let alone walk 18 holes. Arizona residents such as Kerr are well-versed in the malady, a lung...
  • 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...
  • One bold play costs Boca Raton teen at Blackwolf Run

     
    For 17 holes at the U.S. Women’s Open, Boca Raton’s Jaye Marie Green stuck to a conservative game plan – find the fairway, hit the green, remember that pars are friendly numbers. It was the one time she tried to make things happen that...
  • Bonus Pick-4: U.S. Women’s Open

     
    Dottie Pepper remembers being reduced to tears by Blackwolf Run. “I stood in the shower on Sunday night and bawled,” the NBC analyst recalled of her performance at the 1998 U.S. Women’s Open. “I did. I had nothing left.” Mind...
  • Se Ri Pak has built season around return to Blackwolf Run

     
    For Se Ri Pak, nothing was going to get in the way of taking her place in this week’s U.S. Women’s Open field – a long-awaited return to the Blackwolf Run venue where the Hall of Famer made her mark 14 years ago. It’s the reason...
  • Monday Niblicks: Harsh lessons & an ill(-timed) wind

     
    Since embarking on her pro career not quite a year ago, Lexi Thompson and those around her have been very forthright about the idea that there are lessons to be learned along the way. Some of them were bound to be frustrating. The Coral Springs teen had a...
  • Monday (Night) Niblicks: Seve’s impact & lack of a smoking divot

     
    A few hundred miles on the rental car and the Hall of Fame ceremonies turn this week’s Niblicks into a nocturnal affair. Hey, it happens. And sometimes the PGA Tour is stuck with an unplanned Monday finish… Looking back at the weekend, a lot...
  • Monday Niblicks: Whither Tiger Woods & drama at 17

     
    So it turns out that knee sprain isn’t as minor as Tiger Woods made it out to be. And sometime in the next 4 1/2 weeks, he’ll face the conundrum that all athletes encounter. Push the limits with an injury in pursuit of immediate success? Or...
  • Monday Niblicks: Tiger Woods’ tumble & David Toms’ triumph

     
    The date was April 6, 1997. Do you remember where you were? OK, so maybe that Monday wasn’t all that seminal as history goes. But golf fans probably can remember the Monday that followed – with Tiger Woods on everyone’s lips after he won...