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WatchdogThe Giants won a bunch of stuff at the ESPYs Wednesday night. Yes, including Best Play. Click below for the release from ESPN. Now everyone please leave me alone so I can get some work done. There is significant (non-Francesa/Russo)......
O, by the WayLorena Ochoa, the quietest superstar in sports, reasserted herself over the weekend by winning the Sybase Classic in Clifton, N.J., her sixth championship of the year.Ochoa's wins of late have been of the Big Brown variety -- running away from......
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The season's first major complete, the LPGA Tour is off this week — no sense competing with Bubba, Tiger and Augusta — as players prepare for a three-tournament stretch that concludes May 2-5 at the Kingsmill Championship. Since the circuit'...
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Of course Cristie Kerr loves Kingsmill. She played seven LPGA tournaments at the Williamsburg resort, winning twice, posting three other top-10 finishes and earning $953,610. Nearly a million bucks for 28 rounds of golf? It's not Tiger-in-his-prime coin,...
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No LPGA golfer has a richer or longer Hampton Roads history than Juli Inkster. She won the 1988 Crestar Classic at Sleepy Hole and repeated in '89 at Greenbrier Country Club. She made every cut of the tour's first seven tournaments at Kingsmill. Still,...
Tags: Sports, Juli Inkster, Betsy King, LPGA, Cristie Kerr
Na Yeon Choi won the U.S. Women's Open, carding an impeccable Saturday 65 in the process. Suzann Pettersen took off her clothes for ESPN The Magazine. Gee, wonder who got the most pub. Welcome to the last week of women's professional golf, which late...
Channel Guide MagazineMeet the ladies of GOLF CHANNEL's Big Break Mexico golf skills competition series premiering May 13 at 9pm ET and airing Mondays. Season 19 of GOLF CHANNEL's golf skills competition series Big Break has six men and six women in a mixed team format at...
Channel Guide MagazineRiding the growing popularity of women's golf around the world, Golf Channel announced that its 2013 LPGA schedule will include 300 hours of original coverage in 2013 — including a 22 percent increase of tournament coverage from a year ago. The...
The Downswing Golf BlogWe’re not sure this is what LPGA chief Mike Whan had in mind when he laid out the format for getting into the CME Group Titleholders. The good news is that Hall of Famer Juli Inkster will be in the lineup for the LPGA’s grand finale this...
The Downswing Golf BlogThough not a perfect system, this year's rendition of the LPGA's season finale is a definite upgrade over its first visit to Grand Cypress Resort. A year ago, 120 players teed it up as a cold snap blew through the LPGA Tour Championship. The result: Six-...
The Downswing Golf BlogLorena Ochoa has become a mother – and it's a boy. The retired LPGA star, who abruptly left the tour 20 months ago to focus on marriage and family, announced the birth of son Pedro Conesa Ochoa – breaking the news herself via Twitter. “...
The Downswing Golf BlogWasn’t it just six months ago when the No.1 ranking in women’s golf was a six-woman race? It made for good copy, though most folks figured someone eventually would rise to seize the spot as her own. Hello, Yani Tseng. Though the LPGA...
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