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.
South Koreans authoring new era of LPGA dominance
Led by a host of talented rookies, and the No. 1 player in the world, South Korean women are once again a major LPGA force.
Hall of Famer Pak WDs from U.S. Women's Open
Se Ri Pak will miss the U.S. Women’s Open for the first time since becoming a member of the LPGA 17 years ago.
Pak (illness) withdraws after 84 at Women's PGA
Hall of Famer Se Ri Pak withdrew Friday morning from the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship citing illness.
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'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.
Blackwolf Run feels unfamiliar to Pak
Se Ri Pak opened the U.S. Womens Open with back-to-back birdies Thursday at Blackwolf Run.
Blackwolf Run gearing up for U.S. Women's Open
The U.S. Women's Open is returning to Blackwolf Run, which figures to play even tougher than it did in 1998.