Ready to rock: LPGA heads to Singapore
The best players on the LPGA are in Thailand this week for the HSBC Women's Champions, where talk turned to the upcoming Olympics.
Golfing World: Walk the course with Jessica Korda
Golfing World walks the course with Jessica Korda at the 2015 HSBC Womens Champions. Watch Golfing World every Wednesday on Golf Channel.
Paula Creamer holes 75-foot eagle putt to win
Morning Drive crew analyzes Paula Creamer's winning putt and talks about what this will do for her career. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
HSBC Women's Champions Round 3 highlights
Play was suspended at the HSBC Women's Champions because of bad weather. Stacy Lewis is still currently in the lead after three rounds in Singapore.
Miyazato withdraws from LPGA event after car crash
Just a few days after a five-car crash, Ai Miyazato withdrew from this week's LPGA event, citing neck and shoulder pain.
Gulbis withdraws in Singapore with flu, not malaria
Natalie Gulbis withdrew from the HSBC Women's Champions event in Singapore before Friday's second round, but, contrary to reports, her management says she hasn't been diagnosed with malaria.
HSBC extends sponsorship of LPGA event
HSBC announced Monday that it has extended its agreement as title sponsor of the HSBC Womens Champions event in Singapore for three more years.
LPGA highlights: Steady Lewis holds off Creamer
Stacy Lewis won the HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore on Sunday. Lewis finished one shot ahead of Na Yeon Choi and two over Paula Creamer.days in as she collects the lone share of the $1.4 million prize money . Brittany Lincicome comes out and says, "Well done my friend." That Stacy Lewis' day.
Golfing World: Rose withdraws from Honda, Pettersen embraces Singapore
Golfing World News brings you the scoop on a high-profile withdrawal at the Honda Classic, Jason Allred just about makes it to Palm Beach and Suzann Pettersen aims for the number one in the Rolex Rankings.Hi. I'm Nick Namera and this is GW News. Justin Rose has made a shot withdrawal from the Honda Classic taking place in Florida this week. The World Number 6 has pulled out of the Palm Beach event due to a shoulder injury which he originally hurt tossing a ball to his caddy at the Barclays back in August. He's been expected to play in full part in the WGC-Cadillac Championship next week. Well, Justin Rose won't be in the PGA National. Web.com regular Jason Ulrich will be despite his wife, Jessica, giving birth. A T3 finish at the Northern Trust Open gave him exemption for the Honda but his 3rd child's imminent arrival plays participation and doubt. However, we're happy to report that mother and newborn daughter are doing well after a Monday morning delivery and already [unk] photo on Tuesday, just in time to play a few batches of holes. The LPGA's finest are in Singapore for the HSBC Champions and Suzann Pettersen has been embracing local tradition and twitted this photograph of herself, Inbee Park, Shanshan Feng and Paula Creamer. Pettersen has the chance to replace Parker at the top of the rank if she wins this weekend and the South Korean does not finish better than tie for 3rd. And, finally, yesterday, we reported on Paul Lawrie missing the trophy [unk] because he was going to watch his beloved Aberdeen instead. But Scott was watching him again last night
Bunker Shots Phils Waste Land
Blasting into the week ahead, from the wildest stage in golf to LPGA Player of the Year ramifications in Singapore . . .
Creamer exits Singapore to be with ailing grandfather
Paula Creamer withdrew from this week's HSBC Women's Champions prior to the third round, citing a personal reason for leaving Singapore
No sweat: Christina Kim suffers from dehydration
Christina Kim had a minor medical scare on Thursday after the first round of the HSBC Womens Champions in Singapore.
Annika Creamer Await Ochoas Debut
The LPGA heads overseas this week for the inaugural HSBC Women's Champions event in Singapore.