RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

LPGA

A collection of news and information related to LPGA published by this site and its partners.

Top LPGA Articles

Displaying items 49-60
  • Column: Remembering why I love baseball, and learning to enjoy the little things

    While watching a National Geographic special titled "Stress" the other day, I was struck by what a scientist offered up on the busy-busier-busiest lives of modern humans. The scientist in question, a primatologist who's been studying African monkey...
  • Hall of Fame inductees share their love of sport with others

    Hall of Fame inductees share their love of sport with others
    The Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 1997. Tara Everly, Joan Lovelace, Erica McCauley, Alisha Mosley and Elise Ray join the 59 men and women who have previously been inducted. Everly was a three-sport athlete at Oakland...
  • Robert H. Schuh, pro golfer

    Robert H. Schuh, a golf pro who owned and operated Pleasant Valley Golf Course in Stewartstown, Pa., died Sunday of heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 78 and lived in Baldwin. The son of a banker and a homemaker, Robert Hall Schuh...
  • 4 old LPGA stops are new again

    They're half a world away, but the enthusiasm greeting the start of the LPGA's 63rd season appears as high as any time in recent memory. The season opener comes Thursday at the Women's Australian Open, one of five new events for 2012 — though "new"...
  • For Finchem, 4 more years

    Back when PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem turned 60, conventional wisdom suggested he would navigate one more difficult TV negotiation before leaving the enterprise for one of his deputies. That was four years ago. The TV deals — a surprising...
  • Has women's soccer gained any respect?

    Buzz won't last long Grahame L. Jones Los Angeles Times Consider the koi, a suitable comparison because Japan won the Women's World Cup. It now and then rises to the surface for a gulp of air, then sinks again into the depths. So it is with women's...
  • Quenching thirst for a 5th major

    Though the LPGA schedule might remain in rebuilding mode for another year or two, it certainly has no shortage of majors. The tour announced a fifth major will join the lineup in 2013, when the Evian Masters completes an overhaul that encompasses a new...
  • Ko takes Marathon Classic by one shot over Ryu

    The Sports Xchange Ko takes Marathon Classic by one shot over Ryu SYLVANIA, Ohio -- Lydia Ko waited nervously at the edge of the 18th green as So Yeon Ryu lined up to attempt a 6-foot putt for birdie. Making the putt would force a playoff between the...
  • PRESS BOX: Conway, Bourdais win in Toronto

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Conway, Bourdais win in Toronto IndyCar's road racing ace won another one Sunday. Mike Conway, the British driver hired by Ed Carpenter Racing to conquer these types of tracks, did just that at Exhibition Place in the...
  • Sports TV and radio: Friday's 7/18 log (updated Thursday AM)

    4 a.m.    Golf: British Open second round.--ESPN 6 a.m.    Tennis: Men’s bet-at-home Open quarterfinals (in Hamburg, Germany).--Tennis Ch. 8 a.m.    Cycling: Tour de France stage 13 (Saint-Etienne to Chamrousse).--NBCSN 10:30 a.m.    Basketball:...
  • Lydia Ko, 17, birdies final hole to win LPGA's Marathon Classic

    Lydia Ko, 17, birdies final hole to win LPGA's Marathon Classic
    Seventeen-year-old Lydia Ko broke free from a late tie with So Yeon Ryu, hitting a wedge to within four feet fto set up a birdie on the 72nd hole on Sunday to win the Marathon Classic in Sylvania, Ohio. She became the youngest player to top $1 million...
  • Rose & Womble golf tournament raises $43,000 for charity

    Rose & Womble golf tournament raises $43,000 for charity
    The Rose & Womble Foundation's annual Charity Golf Tournament at Sleepy Hole Golf Course in Suffolk in May raised more than $43,000. More than 120 people participated in the tournament, which included golfers and volunteers from all over Hampton Roads,...