Mirim Lee maintains lead at Women's British
Catch round two highlights from the 2016 RICOH Women's British Open.
Lewis four back heading into weekend at Woburn
Stacy Lewis reacts to her second round at the Women’s British Open.
Hol-Lee cow! Mirim fires 62, leads at Woburn
Catch the action from Round 1 of the Ricoh Women's British Open.
Jutanugarn, Lewis, Munoz shine early at Women's British
Catch up on the action from the early play at the Ricoh Women's British Open where Ariya Jutanugarn, Stacy Lewis, and Azahara Munoz starred.
Jutanugarn, Lewis set pace early at Women's British
Ariya Jutanugarn, Stacy Lewis, Azahara Munoz, and Brooke Henderson recap their first-round play at the Ricoh Women's British Open.Today, my tee shot pretty good and I made a lot of putt today. To me, if it's not windy I think I can make birdie
Mell: LPGA players dealing with busy summer, too
Randall Mell reports on the busy summer schedule as the ladies get ready to play their 11th consecutive event at the 2016 Women’s British Open.but how are the girls dealing with what has been an incredibly busy schedule so far this year? It is a lot of important events. Just in the last eight weeks we've had three Majors and the International Crown is a big event and then the Olympics. So it's coming up. So a huge deal, players trying to peak, but also it's been a challenge to pace themselves. Brooke Henderson has played 17 consecutive events, she played nine weeks in a row in that. But 17 consecutive LPG events and Lydia called her Superwoman after that. We asked Rick, about that, and Brooke said, hey if I'm at home I'm playing golf anyway so why not play. She said it's fun. Stacy Lewis is playing for her sixth week in a row, she has
What rain? Lewis hits tee shot to a foot on 17
Stacy Lewis doesn't let a little rain bother her on 17 at the Ricoh Women's British Open.very, very well. It's like it's snowing there isn't it? Very solid golf swing . We see how she really leads with the left coming down. Yeah sometimes she can tend to get a little flippy with
Tips from Women's British Open champions
Paige Mackenzie reviews what you can learn from the past champions of the Women’s British Open.moment. But the biggest thing is that she stayed patient throughout her golf swing . You'll notice as she takes it back, that it is still just a nice smooth golf swing , she doesn't let the moment overtake her, to rush her. You know there's adrenalin you know she's pump up, but she's still kept a nice smooth golf swing and that's very important when you find yourself in a position like that where the pressure is on and you need to hit a cult shot to beat your buddies out on the golf course for you know your bet as well it doesn't matter if it's a major championship or your club championship. And not everybody gonna hit a shot at the rode hole. At St. Andrews. But you're right, we do face pressure in our own games. We do want to beat our buddies desperately. And a lot of it is controlling your emotions and controlling how your body speeds up and a lot of times your body speeds up but you don't even recognize it. I've been in many days where my parents up to me after the round and they said you were so fast and I said well I Feel fast. Interesting. So, one of my remedies when I find myself in that position is to slow down the first two feet of the golf swing and dig very very deliberate about how I take it back just a first couple feet and it tense to slow down the rest of the golf swing . Great swing Great shot. It's very very simple to kind of reduce the speed the entire golf swing . That first couple feet it sets the tone for the rest of the swing. Also make sure that your whole body works
U.S. 'best golfing nation' at International Crown
What's wrong with the Americans? Turns out nothing. The U.S. team started off slow but rallied Sunday to win its first International Crown.
Morning Drive Headlines: Vegas wins Canadian Open
Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines including Jhonattan Vegas’ win at the RBC Canadian Open.
Prudential Up To The Challenge: U.S. wins UL International Crown
The Untied States wins the UL International Crown.
U.S. wins its first International Crown
The United States team of Cristie Kerr, Lexi Thompson, Stacy Lewis and Gerina Piller rallied to win the International Crown on Sunday.