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Dec 14th, 2020 Article

Fourth round wash out at U.S. Women's Open

A rainy Sunday in southeast Texas caused the first weather-induced Monday finish in the U.S. Women’s Open since 2011. The organisers had moved up the tee times due to the forecast but shortly after the final round commenced the players were called in.

Dec 13th, 2020 Article

Shibuno holding on at US Women's Open

Nobody said winning a U.S. Women’s Open is easy. It’s a 72-hole test of nerves, pressure, tough course conditions and one of the best fields in golf. And when Mother Nature throws a curveball, the challenge only gets super-charged. A late Friday afternoon storm that dumped four-tenths of an inch of rain on Champions Golf Club turned Moving Day into a day of survival.

Dec 12th, 2020 Article

Shibuno leads her maiden U.S. Open

Maybe this whole “experience” thing is a bit overrated. This week at Champions Golf Club, Hinako Shibuno is doing her part to debunk that major-championship theory.

Dec 11th, 2020 Article

Olson aces opening round at U.S. Women's Open

A U.S. Women’s Open unlike any other commenced on a sun-splashed Thursday at Champions Golf Club. From a two-course setup – a first in the history of any USGA Open championship – to zero fans and the unusual December date, this 75th iteration of the oldest major in women’s golf has taken on a decidedly different motif.

Dec 10th, 2020 Article

Two course start at U.S. Women's Open

For the first time in U.S. Women’s Open history, the championship will be played on two courses. To account for reduced daylight given the move to December, the Jackrabbit Course at Champions Golf Club will be used in conjunction with the Cypress Creek Course.

Dec 9th, 2020 Article

Who will win the U.S. Women’s Open?

It’s the last major of the year, the U.S. Women’s Open. It has been an awful year but at least all but one of the women’s majors has survived, the Evian Championships being the one casualty. It will be a brave man or woman who will bet against the winner coming from South Korea.

Dec 7th, 2020 Article

Stanford storms to VOA Classic win

As the final day of the Volunteers of America Classic began with two major champions, Inbee Park and So Yeon Ryu, and LPGA Tour rookie Yealimi Noh with the 54-hole lead, Angela Stanford rose to the occasion just 55 minutes away from home at the Old American Golf Club. She secured her seventh career LPGA Tour victory and first since her maiden major title at the 2018 Evian Championship.

Dec 6th, 2020 Article

Noh shares VOA Classic lead

After an action-packed day at the Volunteers of America Classic, major champions Inbee Park and So Yeon Ryu along with 2020 LPGA Tour rookie Yealimi Noh are tied at the top of the leaderboard at -4 at Old American Golf Club in The Colony, Texas.

Dec 5th, 2020 Article

Three share top spot at Volunteers of America Classic

Two-time major champion Anna Nordqvist finds herself tied for the lead along with Americans Jessica Korda and Yealimi Noh at four-under-par. Starting the day with a birdie on the 1st hole, the Swede carded three more birdies in her round until an unfortunate bogey on the last cost her the solo lead. "I think I made four in a row on making the turn too," said Noh of her birdie opportunities.

Dec 4th, 2020 Article

Hull leads Volunteers of America Classic

Charley Hull leads the Volunteers of America Classic at Old American Golf Club by one shot after and opening three-under-par 68. Thailand's Pornanong Phatlum and Americans Jessica Korda and Jennifer Kupcho are in a share of second place.

Nov 23rd, 2020 Article

Kim cruises to Pelican Women's Championship win

The 12th career LPGA Tour title for Sei Young Kim was never in doubt as she shifted into cruise control for the final round of the Pelican Women's Championship presented by DEX Imaging and Konica Minolta securing a three-stroke victory on fourteen-under-par overall.

Nov 22nd, 2020 Article

Sei Young Kim goes clear in Florida

Standing on the tee at the par-five 14th, Sei Young Kim held a one-stroke lead in the third round of the Pelican Women's Championship presented by DEX Imaging and Konica Minolta. A hole-in-one on the 12th from Ally McDonald had just closed the gap on the leader. Four consecutive birdies later, Kim found herself at fourteen-under-par overall and five shots ahead of the field with only one round...