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RICHMOND, Texas – Paula Creamer believes her unusual menu of meals last week might be why she’s feeling so good at the LPGA Tour championship.
SUGAR LAND, Texas – Zayra Calderon looks at the LPGA’s smallest schedule in nearly 40 years and sees what others don’t.
PEBBLE BEACH, California (AP)—Tommy Armour III will seek his third straightCallaway Golf Pebble Beach Invitational title against a diverse field from thefour
RICHMOND, Texas (AP)—Jiyai Shin can become the first rookie in more than threedecades to win the Player of the Year award with a strong performance at theLPGA
SUGAR LAND, Texas – The LPGA released a 2010 schedule Wednesday with the fewest tour events in nearly 40 years.
The new schedule features 24 events, fewest since 1971.
HOUSTON (AP)—The U.S.
HOUSTON (AP)—The LPGA Tour has announced a 2010 schedule that has 24tournaments—13 of them in the United States—to give the tour its smallestsched
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP)—Two-time British Open champion Greg Norman predicts that the prize money in golf will continue to decrease because of therece
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP)—Two-time British Open champion Greg Norman believes the current generation of touring pros will be playing for less prizemone