Happy to be here: U.S. women enjoying Chicago
The women of the United Sates International Crown team are more than happy to be spending time in the windy city.
The grind: U.S. women on tough 2016 schedule
The U.S. International Crown women discuss the challenges of this year's schedule.
Rivalry? U.S. women on keeping up with Korea
How do the U.S. Women view their rivalry with the Koreans?
Golfing World: Solheim Cup quiz
Ahead of the 2015 Solheim Cup, Golfing World quizzed several members of both teams to find out more about them and their teammates.
Fair to put major expectations on Ko?
Tom Abbott talks all things LPGA in this phone interview with Damon Hack and Cara Robinson. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.it really is quite open. You know, usually, we go to a major championship on the LPGA tour there aren't too many weeks. We'll you'd say, it's very very difficult to pick a winner. You could pick 20 25 players
Golfing World: Bjorn leads in Denmark
Lexi Thompson and Meenae Lee lead at the Wegmans LPGA Championship, Thomas Bjorn leads at his native Made in Denmark and Camilo Villegas returns to golf with an impressive 7-under 63 in the first round at the Wyndham Championship.day. To the first round of the Maiden Denmark tournament now. And Thomas Bjorn shot a five under 66 for a three way of the lead after the first day. Undoubtedly boosting his royal cup hopes Bjorn made five birdies and did not jump a shot in the gusty conditions. He was tied for first with Philip Aguilar of Chile and Brad of Wales. Finally to the Wenden championship where Camila Vejagas made a sensational return to golf shooting at seven under 63 to take a one stroke lead. Web Simson and William McGurt shot 64 while Scott Langley, Heath Sloaken, Paul Casey , and Julie Pay, and Martin Led were another stroke back. In the final event before the PGA Tour's Playoffs. That's all for today. Join us on Monday when we'll be rounding up all of the weekend's action. In the mean
Golfing World: Top 10 unusual trophies
Golfing World takes a look at some of the most weird and wonderful prizes on offer to golfers on major tours around the globe.early part of the European Tour season is the Dubai Dessert Classic. Stephen Gallacher won this colossal silver coffee pot twice in a row. But we're not entirely convinced he'll squeeze it into the overhead locker for the flight home. Big isn't always beautiful. And at nine, it's diminutive Austrian Open trophy sported here by Jose Manuel Lara . And previously by his fellow Spaniard, Rafa Cabrera Bello, who certainly found it to his taste. At eight, the trophy that caused Christie Kerr some embarrassment. The snap very quickly became an internet sensation. And frankly, it's not hard to see why. Number seven, is the eye catching mother of pearl masterpiece form the Qatar Masters. It's a heavy weight beauty which references the history of this Gulf state. But back pain sufferers like Chris Wood, should probably not try to lift it higher over their heads to please the photographers. The trophy from