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Karrie Webb

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  • 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...
  • Pettersen remains a headliner as LPGA prepares for return to Kingsmill

    Pettersen remains a headliner as LPGA prepares for return to Kingsmill
    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...
  • LPGA to return to Kingsmill in September

    LPGA to return to Kingsmill in September
    After a two-year hiatus, the LPGA will return to Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg. The $1.3 million Kingsmill Championship is scheduled for Sept. 6-9 -- the week before the Women's British Open. Kingsmill played host to the LPGA for seven years, from...
  • Some names have changed, but LPGA retains community vibe as it readies for Kingsmill return

    Some names have changed, but LPGA retains community vibe as it readies for Kingsmill return
    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,...
  • The history of the LPGA on the Peninsula

    LPGA at Kingsmill: A brief history Oct. 12, 1992: After a 14-year run on Southside, tournament organizers disband Hampton Roads' LPGA event. The 1993 edition had been scheduled to shift to the Peninsula, at Kiln Creek. March 1, 2002: Anheuser-Busch ends...
  • Park pulls through PARK PULLS THROUGH PLAYOFF ISN'T NECESSARY AFTER CLUTCH PUTT ON 18TH Park pulls through, playoff isn't necessary after clutch putt on 18

    During her brutal start, Grace Park kept looking at the leaderboard, half-expecting to see her chances of winning the inaugural Michelob Light Open disappearing. Those thoughts often creep into a golfer's head when their first shot finds water and they...
  • Yes Si Ri, Pak qualifies for Hall of Fame

    Jung-Sook Kim knows golf and has seen her daughter, Se Ri Pak, win two LPGA Championships, one U.S. Open and 18 other tournaments. She also knows golf courses and had seen what Kingsmill can do to players trying too hard. So before Pak's final round of...
  • Wire to wire: Karrie Webb caps a dominant four days

    The driving range at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club was a lonely place that Friday afternoon in July 2003. Karrie Webb had just missed the cut at the U.S. Women's Open for the second consecutive year, after winning the event in 2000 and 2001. Hacking at ball...
  • No restful retirement

    No restful retirement
    Less than six months removed from the LPGA Tour, Annika Sorenstam has no itch to return. She's too busy conquering other worlds. Wine: Annika's will make Rothschild taste like prune juice. Course design: Annika's will make Robert Trent Jones' look...
  • Tiger Woods Rallies to Win at Bay Hill

    The clutch shots. The late charge. An electric birdie putt on the 18th hole at Bay Hill. With those familiar back-nine heroics, Tiger Woods holed a 15-footer for birdie on Sunday to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando, Fla., his first victory...
  • Unknown drama

    1. Will this be the LPGA Tour's final stop at Kingsmill? Could be, though we won't know for sure until this summer at the earliest. Anheuser-Busch's two-year contract with the LPGA expires after this week's event, and it's unclear whether its parent...
  • Blacksburg teen Ellenbogen fighting slump

    Blacksburg teen Ellenbogen fighting slump
    Before completing the 11th grade last year, Courtney Ellenbogen had drawn raves in two professional golf tournaments, cracked the top 10 of the national junior rankings and accepted a full scholarship to Duke. Her talents flashed at the 2008 Michelob...