Michelle Wie’s victory Sunday at the U.S. Women’s Open comes with a lot of perks, but a berth on the American team for the International Crown next month isn’t one of them.
RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. – The Americans pulled the first upset in the inaugural International Crown four months before the first shots will be struck in the LPGA’s new Olympic style team event.
American Cristie Kerr and South Korean I.K. Kim are the two biggest names in the tightest battles to secure roster spots for their countries in the inaugural International Crown.
The LPGA’s season opener in the Bahamas next week is about a lot more than shaking off rust.
NAPLES, Fla. – The oddsmaker may not have set a line on the inaugural International Crown yet, but you can bet the South Koreans will be favored.