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Karrie Webb

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  • LPGA's return to Kingsmill attracts top Americans, lacks past depth

    LPGA's return to Kingsmill attracts top Americans, lacks past depth
    The LPGA Tour's return to Kingsmill next week will be rich in domestic talent but short on top international players and past champions. Headliners in the field unveiled Wednesday for the Kingsmill Championship include Stacy Lewis and Ai Miyazato, Nos. 2...
  • Return to Kingsmill part of LPGA's revival

    The Kingsmill Resort was built on beer. Anheuser-Busch purchased nearly 4,000 acres along the James River in 1969 primarily to house the brewery that continues to cranks out suds. Adjacent to the brewery, close enough to smell the suds fermenting,...
  • LPGA golfers revel in return as Kingsmill Championship starts

    LPGA golfers revel in return as Kingsmill Championship starts
    Serious competitive business begins Thursday, but no matter how they finish the LPGA's golfers are thrilled to be back. Golfers returned to the open arms of fans with gratitude this week as the LPGA Tour returned to Kingsmill for the first time since...
  • LPGA notebook: Kingsmill's major champion streak will continue

    WILLIAMSBURG — In the eight years the LPGA has played at Kingsmill, the champion has always been a major winner. Paula Creamer and Jiyai Shin, who will resume their playoff on Monday after darkness halted it after eight holes on Sunday, both have...
  • Karrie Webb given ‘Spirit of Courage’ award by Reeve Foundation

     
    Nine months ago, Hall of Famer Karrie Webb earmarked half of her $200,000 first prize from the LPGA's Founders Cup for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation to continue researching a cure for paralysis. This week brought the foundation's opportunity...
  • Yani Tseng rises to No. 1 in women’s world rankings

     
    She captured two LPGA majors last year. She's the tour's reigning Player of the Year. Now at long last, Yani Tseng has risen to No. 1 in the women's world rankings. And she did it without hitting an LPGA shot yet in 2011. The Lake Nona pro (via Taiwan)...
  • Japan relief prominent on LPGA Founders Cup charity roster

     
    U.S. Women’s Open champion Paula Creamer and fellow Orlando pro Karen Stupples are among 15 LPGA players who have designated Japan relief organizations for any charitable winnings they earn at this week’s Founders Cup. Song-Hee Kim, who has...
  • Kia Classic: World No. 1 Yani Tseng done with first round

     
    Yani Tseng, the No. 1 female golfer in the world according to the Rolex rankings, has finished her first round of the Kia Classic at Industry Hills with a satisfactory round of two-under 71 that leaves her right now tied......
  • Kia Classic: Second round complete; Shin still leads

     
    The rain-delayed LPGA golf tournament at the Industry Hills Golf Club at Pacific Palms had its second round finished Saturday morning. Jiyai Shin, who shot a nine-under-par 64 and completed her second round Friday, was able to sleep in Saturday......
  • Kia Classic: Final round complete for Karrie Webb

     
    While none of the leaders have teed off yet Sunday for the final round of the LPGA's Kia Classic at Industry Hills Golf Club at Pacific Palms, a winning streak has come to an end for Australia's Karrie Webb. Webb......
  • Bonus Pick-4: Kraft Nabisco Championship

     
    Even with so much focus on the Masters next week, the LPGA actually has the honor of staging the first major of any tour this season with this week's Kraft Nabisco Championship. It's the 40th edition of the old Colgate Dinah Shore, which found two huge...
  • Bonus Pick-4: U.S. Women’s Open

     
    Of the LPGA’s four majors, the U.S. Women’s Open is the one that seems of late to deliver the most out-of-nowhere winners. For every triumph by Annika Sorenstam or Juli Inkster, there’s one by Hilary Lunke (2003) or Birdie Kim (2005)...