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  • Former USC golfer Lizette Salas in third at U.S. Women's Open

    Former USC star Lizette Salas, in her second full year on the LPGA Tour, is in third place, three shots behind Korea's I.K. Kim, after shooting a second-round 72 on Friday in the 68th U.S. Women's Open at Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y. Salas,...
  • Lopez featured at women's event at Toshiba Classic

    Lopez featured at women's event at Toshiba Classic
    NEWPORT BEACH — More than 250 women gathered for a sold-out event that featured LPGA Tour Hall of Famer Nancy Lopez Thursday at the Toshiba Classic at Newport Beach Country Club. Lopez was the keynote speaker for Women's Business Day presented...
  • Women's British Open: Inbee Park opens with a 69

    ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Inbee Park wasn't just chasing history at St. Andrews. She was sprinting toward it. All it took were three loose tee shots, a pair of three-putts and one double bogey on the back nine Thursday in the Women's British Open to...
  • Women's British Open: Inbee Park falls further behind

    Women's British Open: Inbee Park falls further behind
    ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Inbee Park has some catching up to do if she wants to become the first golfer to win four professional majors in one year. Miki Saiki of Japan twice holed out for eagle on the front nine Friday set the Women's British...
  • Stacy Lewis wins Women's British Open in dramatic fashion

    Stacy Lewis wins Women's British Open in dramatic fashion
    ST. ANDREWS, Scotland -- Stacy Lewis had another big week at St. Andrews and left with an even bigger prize -- a major championship at the home of golf. Lewis finished a marathon Sunday with exquisite birdies on the last two holes of the Old Course to...
  • Tee up to Florida's golf resorts

    Tee up to Florida's golf resorts
    Florida is a golfer's playground with all manner of facilities and amenities to satisfy the most avid aficionados. Orlando alone has more than 170 courses and golf resorts, 20-plus golf academies, and some of the world's most prestigious tournaments. If...
  • 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'...
  • Return to May date could bring record crowds to LPGA's Kingsmill Championship

    Return to May date could bring record crowds to LPGA's Kingsmill Championship
    Last year's Kingsmill Championship ended Sept. 10. This year's begins May 2. The short turnaround created some headaches for preparing the Williamsburg resort and its River Course for the LPGA Tour, but nothing like last year. "Last year when we started...
  • Professional, Amateur, Charity Golf Schedules For 2013

       CCGA May 13 -- Simsbury Farms GC June 3 -- Hawk's Landing GC-Southington June 17 -- Twin Hills CC-Coventry July 8 -- Goodwin Park GC-Hartford July 24 -- Blue Fox Run GC-Avon August 6 -- Tunxis Plantation CC (White Course)-Farmington...
  • Jiyai Shin on a roll since winning Kingsmill Championship

    Jiyai Shin on a roll since winning Kingsmill Championship
    Jiyai Shin admits to neglecting her "second job." Not that she's lost her love of music. Singing remains a tonic, and she hopes time soon permits a return to the recording studio. But for now, golf rules. And why not? Shin has won three of the last 11...
  • Future of LPGA tournament at Kingsmill could hinge on finding title sponsor

    Future of LPGA tournament at Kingsmill could hinge on finding title sponsor
    If the Denver Post's recent description of Philip Anschutz as a reclusive billionaire is accurate, then he certainly could afford to bankroll the LPGA's Kingsmill Championship for decades. But when Anschutz's Colorado-based Xanterra Parks and Resorts...