Big Break Myrtle Beach: Meet Emily
of you. And that moment to get to share with him was incredible. In my golfing career thus far, I won the US Womens Amateur Public Links . I won six times in college. I was a three time All American. Played in the LPGA at twice as an amateur
Li, 10, qualifies for U.S. Women's Amateur Publinx
Ten-year-old Lucy Li will become the second-youngest player ever to tee it up at the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links.
Chen, Diaz-Yi advance to Women's Publinx final
Fresh off an NCAA team title last month with USC, Doris Chen will look to add a Women's Public Links trophy to her credit Saturday when she squares off in the final with 18-year-old Lauren Diaz-Yi.
Li, 10, advances to match play at Women's Publinx
At just 10 years old, diminutive Lucy Li fired rounds of 77 and 71 to become the youngest-ever to make the match play portion of the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links.
Diaz-Yi wins Women's Publinx by record margin
Lauren Diaz-Yi took home the trophy at the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links, winning the final 10 & 9 over co-medalist Doris Chen.
Jennifer Song defeats Kimberly Kim to win Womens Public Links
Jennifer Song defeated Kimberly Kim, 7 and 6, on Saturday to win the 2009 U.S. Womens Amateur Public Links Championship at the 6,267-yard, par-72 Red Tail Golf Club.
Wie Off to Shaky Start at Pub Links
6/18/03 -- Michelle Wie, the 13-year-old golf prodigy from Hawaii, shot a 1-over 73 on Tuesday and was five shots behind leader Beth Allen after the first round of qualifying.
Medalists Move on at Womens Publinx
6/22/06 -- Mina Harigae and Hannah Jun shared medalist honors at the United States Women's Amateur Public Links and each won their first-round match Thursday.
US Womens Public Links Scores
6/18/03 -- Scores from the first round of qualifying for the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship.
Wie Advances to Womens Am Publinks Semis
6/21/03 -- Thirteen-year-old Michelle Wie beat U.S. Amateur champion Becky Lucidi on Saturday to advance to the semifinals
Wie Trails Schoolmate at Womens Pub Links
6/22/04 -- Defending champion Michelle Wie stands one back of a pair of players including schoolmate Stephanie Kono.