Former world No. 1 prefers Japan Tour over LPGA
Former world No. 1 Jiyai Shin says she’s more comfortable playing in Japan to be nearer to her family in South Korea.
What's in the Bag: Merrick, Shin, Langer
Take a look inside the bags of last week's winners on their respective tours: John Merrick, Jiyai Shin and Bernhard Langer.
Far East dominance continues on LPGA
With Korea's Jiyai Shin halfway to the Women's British title, the dominance of Asian-born players keeps growing.
Manage your game and your ball in windy conditions
SwingFix instructors give you tips for playing golf in the wind. By doing this you'll be able to weather any storm that comes your way.
What's in the Bag: Shin, Wood, Guthrie
Take a look inside the bags of last week's winners on their respective tours, Jiyai Shin, Willie Wood, Luke Guthrie and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano.
You Oughta Know: Women's British Open
Jiyai Shin leads by five shots going into Sunday's 36-hole conclusion to the Women's British Open.
Shin wins Women's British by nine
Jiyai Shin claimed her second major title Sunday with a resounding 9-shot victory at the Women's British Open.
Shin finally tops Creamer to win at Kingsmill
Jiyai Shin needed only one more playoff hole Monday to finish off Paula Creamer at the Kingsmill Championship.
LPGA never runs out of optimism
Some great golf by Jiyai Shin helped the bright-side-looking LPGA get past two weeks of controversies.
Discussion: Is 'Asian Slam' good or bad for LPGA?
Will the 'Asian Slam,' capped by Jiyai Shin's runaway win in the Women's British Open, be good or bad for the LPGA?