LPGA's Meadow takes inspiration from father
Stephanie Meadow takes inspiration on and off the golf course from her father who passed away from cancer.
ANA Inspiration: Meadow chips in for birdie
Stephanie Meadow chips in for birdie on the 18th hole during first-round play at 2015 ANA Inspiration. Watch the LPGA Tour on Golf Channel.
Golfing World: Michelle Wie follows in Kaymer’s footsteps
We round up the weekend’s action including Michelle Wie winning her first major at the US Open, Mikko Ilonen’s victory in Ireland, and amateur Bradley Neil’s win at the Amateur Championship at Royal Portrush.
Golfing World: Tiger making return
Tiger’s is due to make his return to the game this weekend after his back surgery earlier this year and Northern Ireland has a new professional golfer to look out for.
Inkster, Kim highlight winners of LPGA Rolex Awards
Highlights from the LPGA Rolex Players Awards, held after the first round of the CME Group Tour Championship.
Meadow looking to lock down LPGA status
Stephanie Meadow excited at the U.S. Women's Open and is now looking to lock down tour status starting this week at the LPGA Championship.
Nice start: Meadow finishes third in pro debut
Stephanie Meadow will never forget her debut as a professional.
Golfing World: ISPS Handa European Masters
Here we explore the event that is the ISPS Handa European Masters and make a quick round up of this year’s action.enjoy the game, by forging partnerships with golf's largest governing bodies. The Ladies' European Tour is one of the beneficiaries of this wide-ranging support, and last week the Buckingham Shire in England played host to the tour'sto. With a large purse on offer, ISPS Handa's support of the Ladies' European Tour is crucial in helping to raise the profile of the womens' game. This event is got bigger every year and I think it, it will keep on growing especially with them sponsoring it cuz we have some great events. Usually all their event that they sponsor are big. So it's definitely fantastic for the, for the Asia, European Tour and for golf to have them as a sponsor. Returning in 2014, defending champion Karrie Webb, who competes mainly on the LPGA
NCAA golf: Top 3 women
Steve Burkowski gives his top 3 NCAA women's golfers for 2014. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.you're 12 to make that happen. -Yeah. -I mean, I talked to head coach Carrie Forsyth from UCLA and I said, "Are you surprised by what Alison has done I her first semester in college?" And she said, "No. We recruited her, she was good, we expected her to be good and that's what she's done." I mean, the full resume speaks for itself a couple of wins right out of the gate. How about this stroke average? Sixty-nine point seven. -Unbelievable. -Ten of the 12 rounds under par 27, under par total, met her at the Girls' Junior in 2012, lost in the championship match , has the ability to overpower a golf course and I mean it in a complimentary way when I think she figures out how good she is and realizes it. Man, watch out for everybody because Alison Lee certainly one of the better players in all of college golf and I know head coach Carrie Forsyth is thrilled to have her there. -And another exceptional swing. We just saw the video there, absolutely almost perfect. All
Meadow, 22, in U.S. Women's Open mix
Stephanie Meadow is making quite the debut as a professional.
I.K. Kim gets first win since Kraft Nabisco near-miss
Remember I.K. Kim and that 1-foot miss that would have won the 2012 Kraft Nabisco? She hadn't won since - until Sunday.
College Central: Top NCAA women's players
Steve Burkowski and Golfweek's Lance Ringler and Julie Williams give their choices for the top women's players in this College Central Special. Read more from Lance Ringler and Julie Williams at golfweek.com .from Golf Week, Julie Williams from Golf Week as well. With the spring season here, the post season right around the corner in the women's collegiate game, Julie, who do you have your eye on, even though it's early, asthink if she maybe steps it up a little bit in the post season then yeah, I think absolutely she's on the table. Well, a lot of quality players to keep an eye on as this spring season rolls around. Thanks for joining us on this College Central special.