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LPGA Tour

Mar 1st, 2021 Article

Korda claims fourth LPGA title

When Nelly Korda’s final putt dropped at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, the emotions took over. Tears welled in her eyes, as she realised the day’s reward. The 22-year-old had won her fourth victory on the LPGA Tour since joining in 2017 at the Gainbridge LPGA, after what she coined a “stressful” day.

Feb 28th, 2021 Article

Korda moves ahead at Lake Nona

Nelly Korda had never played Lake Nona Golf & Country Club before this week. Despite the unfamiliarity, Korda cruised to the top of the leaderboard, finishing day three with a 68 and a thirteen-under-par total. This gave both Korda sisters something to celebrate on Jessica’s birthday at the Gainbridge LPGA.

Feb 27th, 2021 Article

Ko hold halfway lead at Gainbridge LPGA

Lake Nona Golf & Country Club member Lydia Ko continued to show her liking for her home course at the Gainbridge LPGA, taking the 36-hole lead on ten-under-par. In contrast to her eagle start in round one Ko opened the second day with a bogey on the 10th hole but quickly bounced back.

Feb 26th, 2021 Article

All eyes on Annika as Ko leads

All eyes were set on the first tee at 12:25 p.m. yesterday, as Annika Sorenstam teed off for the first time in over twelve years, alongside major winner Anna Nordqvist and defending champion Madelene Sagstrom at the Gainbridge LPGA. The LPGA and World Golf Hall of Fame member made four straight pars to start the day, but disaster struck at the 5th hole, where she ran up a triple-bogey seven.

Feb 25th, 2021 Article

Annika back on the LPGA Tour

It has been thirteen years since Annika Sorenstam last stood on the first tee in an official, full-field LPGA Tour event. Although she insists "Not a comeback" it will be interesting to see how one of the all-time greats performs at her home course, Lake Nona Golf & Country Club.

Jan 25th, 2021 Article

Jessica Korda wins Tournament of Champions

American Jessica Korda drained a 25-foot birdie on the first sudden-death playoff hole to defeat Danielle Kang and win the 2021 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions.

Jan 24th, 2021 Article

Jessica Korda shoots 60 at Tournament of Champions

Saturday was one for the record books at the 2021 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions presented by Insurance Office of America. Five-time LPGA Tour champion Jessica Korda shot a bogey-free eleven-under for just the fifth 60 in LPGA Tour history.

Dec 21st, 2020 Article

Ko storms to Tour Championship win

On the eve of the final round of the U.S. Women’s Open, Jin Young Ko wasn’t even in the CME Group Tour Championship field. Following a blistering six-under 66 the number one player in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings captured a five-stroke victory and earned the title of Race to the CME Globe champion. With the victory comes a $1.1 million cheque, the largest single prize in women’s golf...

Dec 20th, 2020 Article

Hall and Hull in contention at Tour Championship

In 2019, Sei Young Kim led the CME Group Tour Championship after 54 holes and went on to win her ninth career victory and the largest winner’s prize in women’s golf history. One year later, Kim is in the same position heading into the final day in Naples, Florida, as she leads by one stroke at thirteen-under after a third-round 67.

Dec 19th, 2020 Article

Ko takes lead in LPGA finale

taking the halfway lead for the first time since the 2018 Indy Women in Tech Championship, World number one Jin Young Ko leads the CME Group Tour Championship at nine-under-par after a second-round 67 at Tiburon Golf Club.

Dec 18th, 2020 Article

Lexi leads CME Group Tour Championship

After day one at the CME Group Tour Championship, Lexi Thompson made a statement early in her home state, shooting a 65 which included eight birdies to lead the 72-player field on seven-under at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida.

Dec 15th, 2020 Article

Debutant Kim wins U.S. Women’s Open

Like a perfectly-timed finish by a thoroughbred racehorse, A Lim Kim delivered her challenge to storm to victory at the 75th U.S. Women’s Open. One moment she was two back from the leader and the next before Amy Olson and Jin Young Ko knew what had happened she had gone clear into an almost unassailable lead.