Mar 3rd, 2023
It was a banner day for American Elizabeth Szokol on Thursday at the HSBC Women’s World Championship. The 28-year-old carded a new career-low round, an eight-under 64 at the Tanjong Course at Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore that was highlighted by an eagle on the par-5, 5th and seven birdies.
Oct 10th, 2022
Never say never. Eleven years and 246 starts later, Jodi Ewart Shadoff is finally an LPGA Tour champion. Ewart Shadoff won the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship, conquering The Saticoy Club with a fifteen-under 273 score, a new tournament record. She becomes the season’s 10th Rolex First-Time Winner, which ties for the second-most first-time victors in a year.
Feb 1st, 2022
Even though she didn’t become an LPGA Tour Member until 2014, Lydia Ko was winning events on Tour as early as 2012. On Sunday in the Gainbridge LPGA at Boca Rio, Ko added win number seventeen to her mantel on the LPGA Tour. She becomes the first player to reach seventeen wins before the age of 25 since Nancy Lopez captured her 17th title in 1979.
Aug 13th, 2021
The skies lightened up for the first day of the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, with the sun shining down on the homeland’s own Michele Thomson. Thomson walked away with the 18-hole lead after recording a 7-under 65, a season-best for her on the Ladies European Tour.
Jun 7th, 2021
The curse of The Olympic sadly struck again for Lexi Thompson at the U.S. Women's Open Championship. Once again, the front runner in a major event, women's this time, came unstuck over the Bay Area course.
Jun 5th, 2021
England's Mel Reid slipped down to tied sixth at the US Women's Open after a second round two-over-par 73 at The Olympic Club. She sits on two-under for the tournament four shots behind the leader, Yuka Saso of the Philippines. 19-year-old Saso fired six birdies in a four-under-par 67 on Friday to grab a one-shot lead over former champion Jeon-Geun Lee6.
Apr 18th, 2021
Low scores were plentiful at Kapolei Golf Club on Friday, with Lydia Ko, who carded a third-round 65 to sit at twenty-one-under a the top heading into the final day at the LOTTE Championship. Her 195 sets the new tournament record, four strokes better than Su-Yeon Jang’s 199 in 2017.
Apr 16th, 2021
For the second day running, Philippine teenager Yuka Saso produced a fantastic eight-under round of 64 to hold a two-shot halfway lead at the LPGA Tour's Lotte Championship. Saso held off a charging Lydia Ko, who shot a second-round nine under 63.