South Korea's Kim Hyo-joo snatches Evian Championship title
South Korea's Kim Hyo-joo snatches Evian Championship title

South Korea`s Kim Hyo-joo claimed her first major title and denied Australia`s Karrie Webb a career cleansweep of major victories by winning the Evian Championship in France on Sunday.

Suzann Pettersen set for Evian title defence
Suzann Pettersen set for Evian title defence

Suzann Pettersen starts her defence of the Evian Championship on Thursday and the bad news for her rivals is she is enjoying an outstanding run of form and is hitting the ball further and better than last year.

Hur Mi-Jung shares lead at Portland Classic
Hur Mi-Jung shares lead at Portland Classic

Hur Mi-Jung led a Korean assault on the leaderboard Saturday with a two-under 70 to grab a share of the lead after the third round of the LPGA Tour`s Portland Classic.

Ryu So-Yeon bids for wire-to-wire win at Canadian Open

South Korea`s Ryu So-Yeon fired a five-under par 67 Saturday to set a 54-hole tournament record and grab a four-shot lead after three rounds of the LPGA Canadian Women`s Open.

Park In-Bee retains LPGA Championship crown with playoff win

Park In-Bee downed Brittany Lincicome with a par at the first playoff hole on Sunday to win a second-straight LPGA Championship title.

Brittany Lincicome maintains lead at LPGA Championship

Brittany Lincicome, who is chasing her first US LPGA title since 2011, posted a one-under 71 to maintain the lead at the LPGA Championship on Saturday.

Li, 11, ready to make US Women`s Open history

In pigtails and polka-dots, pint-sized Lucy Li displayed plenty of poise on Tuesday as she talked about taking on the US Women`s Open at the age of 11.

Pettersen grabs one-shot LPGA lead

Norway`s Suzann Pettersen birdied two of her last three holes on Thursday to grab a one-shot lead at the LPGA North Texas Shootout.

Pettersen back to LPGA in pursuit of No. 1 Park

World number two Suzann Pettersen, back after missing three events with a back injury, resumes her chase of top-ranked Park In-Bee when the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic opens Thursday.

Park fights to stay on top at LPGA Founders Cup

World number one Park In-Bee of South Korea takes 49-week run atop the rankings into the LPGA Founders Cup with Suzann Pettersen and defending champion Stacy Lewis in close pursuit.

Hole-in-one Hedwall leads Australian Open

Caroline Hedwall fired a hole-in-one on Friday as she established a one-shot lead at the Women`s Australian Open and raised hopes of her first LPGA victory.

Stacy Lewis, Feng Shanshan favourites in Dubai

Regulars on the LPGA Tour, American world number three Stacy Lewis and Chinese world number four Feng Shanshan, the defending champion, will start as pre-tournament favourites at the season-ending Dubai Ladies Masters on Wednesday.

Suzann Pettersen retains lead in Taiwan

World number two Suzann Pettersen remained on top in the Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship on Saturday despite a tough day to maintain a four-shot lead.

Hole-in-one Suzann Pettersen dominates in Taiwan

World number two Suzann Pettersen maintained her lead in the Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship on Friday, firing a hole-in-one and finishing three-under-par 69.

Europe lead US 5-3 after day one at Solheim

Inspired by Norway`s world number three Suzann Pettersen who won her first two matches, holders Europe seized control of the 13th Solheim Cup to lead the United States 5-3 after the opening day in Parker, Colorado.

Europe grab slender lead at Solheim Cup

Europe`s women snatched a 4 1/2-3 1/2 lead over United States after a dramatic opening day.

Pettersen leads Ochoa at LPGA Kraft Nabisco

Norway’s Suzann Pettersen, seeking to rebound from a hip injury, fired a five-under 67 to seize a one-shot lead over Lorena Ochoa in the LPGA’s Kraft Nabisco Championship.

Pettersen leads Ochoa at LPGA Kraft Nabisco

Norway’s Suzann Pettersen, seeking to rebound from a hip injury, fired a five-under 67 to seize a one-shot lead over Lorena Ochoa in the LPGA’s Kraft Nabisco Championship.

Pettersen wins Canadian Women`s Open

A text message from the greatest closer in golf helped give Suzann Pettersen the confidence she needed to end a long winless streak.

Pettersen wins Canadian Women`s Open

A text message from the greatest closer in golf helped give Suzann Pettersen the confidence she needed to end a long winless streak.