Steady Thidapa Suwannapura holds off veteran…

Steady Thidapa Suwannapura holds off veteran challengers for first LPGA victory at Marathon Classic.

LPGA power rankings: July 16-22

LPGA power rankings for the week July 16-22, 2018.

Should the U.S. Senior Women’s Open count toward…

The U.S. Senior Women's Open doesn't count toward the LPGA Hall of Fame points system. If it did, Laura Davies would be in with a win.

Brooke Henderson takes 54-hole lead at LPGA’s…

Brooke Henderson takes 54-hole lead at LPGA's Marathon Classic.

Column: Tiger and Phil in prime time? Great idea in 1999

Column: Tiger and Phil in prime time? A match with a 1999 expiration date

Sei Young Kim shatters LPGA scoring record in 9-shot victory

Sei Young Kim becomes the first player in LPGA Tour history to go lower than 30 under in a 9-shot victory

A 79-Year-Old "Big Mama" Just Shot Her Age At The…

JoAnne “Big Mama” Carner was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame 36 years ago. Carner at 79-years-old, shot her age at the first-ever U.S. Senior Women’s Open. Carner has 43 wins on the LPGA tour from 1969–1985, and became the oldest woman to make an LPGA cut in 2004. Carner is nine strokes back of the leader, Elaine Crosby, who is 19 years younger. Carner used to have a joke teed up for when people asked her when she’d finally call it quits. She’d say, “I’ll retire when I shoot my address.

Fleetwood best placed to end American dominance…

Tommy Fleetwood was Two rounds of 63 made on different sides of the Atlantic over the past eight months are fuelling the belief that Tommy Fleetwood can end the American dominance of the majors at the British Open

Sei Young Kim takes four-shot lead at LPGA Classic

Sei Young Kim birdied her first four holes to shoot a 7-under 65 and surge to the lead after the second round of the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic

The sponsor that supported this expecting LPGA star

Pro golfer Stacy Lewis on this game changing gesture from KPMG

Times staffer writer Rodney Page talks with LPGA…

Lincicome has been invited to play in the PGA Tour Barbasol Championship in Kentucky later this month. She’s the first LPGA player to be invited since 2008. (July 11, 2018) VIDEO: Martha Asencio Rhine, EDITING: Tracee Stockwell | Tampa Bay Times

PGA Tour, LPGA announce $1 million prize for new…

The PGA Tour and LPGA have announced a new season-long competition with big rewards. The circuits revealed Monday the Aon Risk Reward Challenge, which will see PGA Tour and LPGA pros chasing new $1 million prizes. The season-long competition will be based on scores recorded on the respective tour’s most challenging holes as part of a multi-year deal with Aon. The Challenge will take place over 28 PGA Tour events and 30 LPGA tournaments. The man and woman atop the leaderboard at season’s end – via best cumulative score on these holes – will each earn $1 million.

Spieth returns claret jug, faces tough task…

Spieth endures the ceremonious return of a claret jug and has to figure out Carnoustie to get it back

Kirk shoots 10-under 62 for 1st round lead at…

Defending champion Katherine Kirk shot a 10-under-par 62 to take the first-round lead at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic

Aon Announces First-of-its-Kind, Season-Long Golf Competition in Partnership with PGA TOUR and LPGA

Aon Risk Reward Challenge to highlight player performance on most strategically challenging holes across regular season

Sei-Young Kim breaks LPGA record to win…

Sei-Young Kim broke her own record on Sunday scoring a four-round total of 257 (-31) to win the 2018 Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic.

South Korea's Kim Sei-young sets new LPGA scoring…

South Korea's Kim Sei-young sets new LPGA scoring record of minus-31, breaking record held by Annika Sorenstam since 2001

Sei Young Kim opens 8-shot lead at Thornberry…

ONEIDA, Wis. (AP) – Sei Young Kim won’t only be chasing a victory at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic on Sunday. She will also be chasing history. Sei Young Kim shot an 8-under 64 in the third round of Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic on Saturday to tie Annika Sorenstam’s 54-hole record of 24 under and take a commanding eight-stroke lead. In the final round, Kim will be trying to break the 72-hole record of 27 under that she shares with Sorenstam. “I just want to keep challenging myself and what I can do,” she said. “Even if I break it, I’ll keep (making) the challenges higher.

Singh tops Maggert in playoff at Senior Players Championship

Vijay Singh birdied the second playoff hole to beat Jeff Maggert and win the Constellation Senior Players Championship