Dec 15th, 2020
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.
Dec 14th, 2020
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
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 11th, 2020
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.
Aug 21st, 2020
Scotland’s Catriona Matthew rolled back the years on the links, but it is American Amy Olson who leads after the opening round of the AIG Women’s Open. At a blustery Royal Troon, with gusts nearing 30 mph for the international field, Olson emerged late in the day to reach four-under-par after an excellent 67 at the first women’s Major of the year.