Sep 20th, 2021
Playing in her first event in six weeks, Rolex Rankings No. 2 Jin Young Ko absolutely dominated the field at the 2021 Cambia Portland Classic. Ko carded a bogey-free 69 on Sunday (the third and final round, after play was cancelled on Saturday due to rain) and earned her ninth LPGA Tour victory, a runaway four-stroke win over Jeongeun Lee and Su Oh.
Sep 18th, 2021
World number two Jin Young Ko lived up to that title on Friday, carding six birdies and just one bogey for a second-round 67 at the 2021 Cambia Portland Classic. She sits atop the leaderboard at eight-under heading into the weekend at Oregon Golf Club. Ko holds a one-stroke advantage over Gemma Dryburgh in second and a three-stroke lead over Carlota Ciganda in third.
Sep 17th, 2021
On a picture-perfect fall day in Portland, three players shot to the top of the leaderboard after the first round of the 2021 Cambia Portland Classic. Fresh off playing for the victorious European team at the Solheim Cup two weeks ago, Spain’s Carlota Ciganda continued her winning ways, shooting an opening-round 68 to join Pajaree Anannarukarn and Gemma Dryburgh for the lead at Oregon Golf...
Sep 21st, 2020
Little did she know it but Georgia Hall was leading the Cambia Portland Classic in Oregon by one shot as she headed down the final hole. Whether it would have made any difference had she known, we will never know but in the end, it was a happy ending for Hall. Commenting on the lack of leaderboards Hall said
Sep 20th, 2020
It was a very happy 33rd birthday for Mel Reid. The English player celebrated her special day in style, tying her career-low round of 7-under 65 on Saturday and jumping to the top of the leaderboard at the Cambia Portland Classic. With six birdies and two bogeys in Saturday’s 68, Green is in prime position for a repeat victory in Portland.
Sep 19th, 2020
Defending Cambia Portland Classic winner Hannah Green continued her strong play at Columbia Edgewater Country Club, shooting a 6-under 66 on Friday to join Cydney Clanton atop the leaderboard after the first round. Five players are tied for third on five-under, including 2020 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions winner Gaby Lopez and England’s Mel Reid.