PRATTVILLE, Ala. - LPGA Championship winner Cristie Kerr shot a 7-under 65 on Thursday to take a one-stroke lead over Morgan Pressel, Anna Nordqvist and Dorothy Delasin in the Navistar LPGA Classic.
ROGERS, Ark. - Make room for another contender to become women's golf's next dominant player.
ROGERS, Ark. - Yani Tseng was as amazed as anyone during Michelle Wie's torrid stretch early in the weekend, when Wie shot a 28 for nine holes to take command at the Northwest Arkansas Championship.
PARAMUS, N.J. - Tiger Woods finally looked like the No.
PARAMUS, N.J. - The woman who doesn't think much of Tiger Woods as a husband has little doubt about his future as a golfer.
- Coroner says LPGA golfer Blasberg death a suicide
- Schniederjans leads by 3 at Junior PGA
- Creamer looks for 2nd major win at British Open
- One major finally in hand, Creamer wants more
- Pressel takes 3rd-round lead at Evian Masters
- Tom Watson keeps rolling along at another Open
- Woods going for more history at home of golf
- US Open champ doesn't want career to be single act
- Els feels like he's in good shape for British Open
- Woods expects good reception from British fans
- Thumb's up: Injured Creamer wins US Women's Open
- Creamer wins US Women's Open by 4 shots
- Creamer up by 3 at turn at US Women's Open
- Creamer still up by 3 at US Women's Open
- Creamer opens 3-shot lead in US Women's Open
- Creamer, Yakomine share US Women's Open lead
- Creamer, Yakomine share Women's Open lead
- Confident Kim in good position at US Women's Open
- Rain halts play at US Women's Open
- South Korea's Park gets hole-in-1 at Women's Open
- Lang surprises with 69 at US Women's Open
- Lang proves Oakmont can give up low scores
- Amateur Shean in clubhouse lead at Oakmont
- Heat, s-l-o-w play make for long day at Oakmont
- Wie's misery: 11-over 82 at US Women's Open
- Kerr looks to maintain perfection at Women's Open
- Sounders beat Galaxy 2-0 in US Open Cup quarters
- USGA not hiding the hoses for US Women's Open
- Rose holds on to win at Aronimink
- Choi up by 2 after second round of Farr
- Woods fights to make cut at AT&T National
- Woods puts himself in a hole
- Na Yeon Choi shoots 64 to lead Farr by a stroke
- Atwal, Tiger's practice partner, tops at Aronimink
- Sounders defeat Timbers on penalty kicks