Golfing World: Jessica Korda player profile
Golfing World gets up close and personal with the 2014 Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic winner Jessica Korda.
Golfing World: Teenage phenom Lexi Thompson
We catch up again with 2014-major winner Lexi Thompson as she sets her goals for the next year.
Golfing World: Lexi's best shot
2014 Kraft Nabisco champion Lexi Thompson tells us all about her 'best shot' ever.
Top-ranked amateur Henderson turns professional
Top-ranked women’s amateur Brooke Henderson has decided to turn professional.
Year of the Women: Top players winning on LPGA
Perhaps not even Mike Whan could have envisioned a dream season quite like this.
Woburn GC to host 2016 Women's British Open
Woburn Golf Club was announced Wednesday as the host course for the 2016 Women’s British Open.
Diaz makes another ace, history at Kia Classic
Laura Diaz joined an exclusive club Sunday when she wrote down another “1” at the Kia Classic.
JTBC to sponsor Founders Cup; Cheyenne gets spot
JTBC, a leading broadcasting company in South Korea, has signed on as title sponsor for the Founders Cup in Phoenix, it was announced Monday by the LPGA.
Lewis closes with 64 to win LPGA Shootout in rout
Stacy Lewis cruised to her first victory of the season Sunday, winning by 6 in North Texas.
Women's Open final-round ratings up 92 percent
Seems this past weekend confirmed what many in the sport already knew – Michelle Wie is good for business.
USGA announces sites for Women's Open sectionals
The USGA announced on Monday the 24 sectional qualifying sites for this year’s U.S. Women’s Open.
Li, 11, becomes youngest to qualify for Women's Open
Next month 11-year-old Lucy Li – who was born in 2002 (!) – will become the youngest U.S. Women’s Open participant in history.
With This Victory: Creamer cashes in on recent form
Paula Creamer snapped a 79-event winless drought Sunday by draining a 75-foot eagle putt at the HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore.