Golfing World: Shanshan Feng Player Profile
Chinese golf’s leading light, Shanshan Feng, sits down for a chat following her recent victory on the LPGA Tour
Rd. 2 recap: Lexi storms into Kraft lead; Wie 1 back
Terry Gannon and Judy Rankin recap Round 2 of the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Pak looking for sixth major, first Kraft
Se Ri Pak didn’t like the way she finished Saturday at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, but the Hall of Famer still left herself a chance to electrify her South Korean homeland one more time come Sunday.
Thompson fires 64, shares Nabisco lead with Pak
Lexi Thompson fired an 8-under 64 Friday in Rancho Mirage, and shares the 36-hole lead at Kraft Nabisco Championship with Se Ri Pak.
Different paths for Wie, Thompson, Pak
The LPGA leaderboard includes a player on the verge of greatness and two battle-scarred vets.
Pak questions Park's trip to Korea before Open
In an interview with 'Morning Drive,' Se Ri Pak questioned Inbee Park's decision to travel this week to South Korea before next week's Women's British Open.
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.
Pak's influence on game immeasurable
Se Ri Pak is more than an LPGA Hall of Famer. She ranks with the 13 founders of this tour in that she is one of the LPGAs true pioneers, one of the games real trailblazers.
Pak seeking career grand slam with Nabisco win
Se Ri Pak is highly motivated to win her sixth major championship, her first since the LPGA Championship nearly six years ago.
Pak's back, ahead of schedule
Se Ri Pak is making the most of an early return to the LPGA, contending in the Wegmans LPGA Championship.
Quick healer: Pak returns for LPGA Championship
Se Ri Pak is returning to play in this week's Wegmans LPGA Championship. She injured her shoulder six weeks ago and was expected to be sidelined longer.
Choi takes command of U.S. Women's Open
Na Yeon Choi took over the Women's Open with a 65. No surprise, as Koreans have dominated this event recently.