Solheim Cup: Friday morning pairings announced
Soheim Cup captains announce player selections for Friday morning foursomes matches at the 2013 Solheim Cup opening ceremonies. For complete Solheim Cup coverage, click HERE
Strange advice: Mallon trusts instincts on captain's picks
U.S. captain Meg Mallon talks about making her captain's picks and the advice she got from Curtis Strange. For complete Solheim Cup coverage, click HERE
As Wie rises, she may take the LPGA with her
Michelle Wie is enjoying a rebirth after a Women's U.S. Open win and may be creating one for the LPGA as well.
Announcement eases restrictions on women's HOF
The World Golf Hall of Fame is opening a new door to the most accomplished women in the game.
A personal journey through 2012
There are moments that stand out during a year, some of which you just have to be there to witness.
Diaz, Pepper bury hatchet to assist U.S. Solheim team
U.S. Solheim Cup captain Meg Mallon did it again. She stunned golf fans with yet another unexpected move as the American skipper.
Pepper back in the U.S. Solheim Cup family
After controversial comments five years ago, Dottie Pepper was welcomed back into the U.S. Solheim Cup fold.
Mallon full of heart, named '13 Solheim captain
Meg Mallon will captain the U.S. Solheim Cup team in 2013. Mallon, an 18-time LPGA winner with four major championship titles, was introduced in her new role Thursday at the PGA Merchandise Show.
Mallon names Pepper Solheim assistant captain
Meg Mallon named Dottie Pepper assistant captain of the 2013 U.S. Solheim Cup team Wednesday in an announcement at Blackwolf Run, site of the U.S. Women's Open.
Solheim captain for 2013: Mallon or Inkster?
It's very likely either Meg Mallon or Juli Inkster will be the next U.S. Solheim Cup captain in the fall of 2013. Whoever it is, we'll know on Thursday.
Quotes of the Week
From Michelle Wie's up-and-down days on the golf Course to Tiger Woods and another missed cut, enjoy Quotes of the Weeek.
Solheim: Any publicity is good publicity
Ping CEO John Solheim says that Meg Mallon's putter toss into a pond 17 years ago wound up actually being a good thing for the company.