Overdrive: Wie carry Solheim momentum to Canada?
Lauren Thompson, Kelly Tilghman and Billy Harmon discuss if Michelle Wie's performance at the Solheim Cup will carry over to the CN Canadian Women's Open. Watch 'Morning Drive' every day at 7AM ET.
Nobilo: Ko puts on 'clinical' performance
In this edition of GolfTalkCentral, Rich Lerner, Frank Nobilo and Tim Rosaforte discuss 15-year-old amateur Lydia Ko’s historic LPGA win on Sunday.
Audio Morning Drive - Brittany Lincicome
LPGA Tour Player Brittany Lincicome joins ‘Morning Drive’ to talk about her win at the 2011 CN Canadian Open Women’s Open and also discusses the upcoming Solheim Cup.
Lewis 'walks away' and withdraws in Canada
Following a disappointing opening round, world No. 2 Stacy Lewis withdrew from the CN Canadian Women's Open prior to the start of the second round.
Teen sensations Ko, Hull grouped in Canada
Defending champion Lydia Ko, 16, will play the first two rounds of the CN Canadian Women's Open alongside 17-year-old Charley Hull.
Wie, Tseng inspire each other to improved play
Michelle Wie and Yani Tseng seemed to have inspired each other last week at the Safeway Classic.
What We Learned: Ko and the cup
In this edition of 'What We Learned,' we discuss Lydia Ko's historic win and a complicated situation for Davis Love III.
Ko, 15, goes for LPGA history in Canada
Lydia Ko, 15, will try to become the youngest winner in LPGA history on Sunday at the Canadian Women's Open.
Ko's caddie happy despite no pay
As an amateur, Lydia Ko couldnt collect the $300,000 first-place check for winning the CN Canadian Womens Open on Sunday at Vancouver Golf Club. It went to runner-up Inbee Park instead. In case youre wondering, a caddie typically gets 10 percent of a players win. In the case of Kos caddie, thats 10 ...
Ko, 15, becomes youngest LPGA winner
Lydia Ko, 15, became the youngest player to win an LPGA tournament when she dusted the Canadian Women's Open field.
Can a long putter a better Wie make?
Michelle Wie is tied through 54 holes at the Canadian Women's Open and credits hard work with her new putter as reason for her recent improved putting performance.
Three Down One to Go for Stanford
8/12/06 -- Angela Stanford, looking for a wire-to-wire win, shot 3-under 69 Saturday to increase her lead at the CN Canadian Women's Open.
Lee to Defend Womens Canadian Open
8/8/06 -- Meena Lee returns to the Western Hemisphere to defend her first career LPGA title at the $1.7 million CN Canadian Women's Open this week.