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US capture LPGA International Crown
Cristie Kerr birdied the par-5 16th hole to give the United States the title-clinching victory on Sunday at the LPGA International Crown team matches, edging South Korea by a point. Read full article
South Korea, Japan advance at LPGA International Crown
South Korea wrapped up two rain-disrupted victories over Australia and Japan won a three-team playoff to join England, Taiwan and the United States in the final singles phase. Read full article
England, USA, advance in LPGA Crown
With Charley Hull back in action on Saturday, England cruised into the final singles matches along with the United States and Taiwan at the LPGA's International Crown team event. Read full article
Park In-Bee to miss British Open defence
South Korean Park In-Bee announced on Friday that she won't defend her Women's British Open title next week because of a nagging left thumb injury. Read full article
USA, Australia, bounce back
The United States and Australia bounced back from opening day shutouts but Taiwan and England still topped the pools after Friday's second day of the LPGA International Crown team event. Read full article
England, Taiwan off to perfect starts
Charley Hull finished eagle-birdie and Holly Clyburn closed with a match-winning birdie as England stunned the United States with two four-ball triumphs onThursday to open the LPGA International Crown. Read full article
S Koreans favoured to capture LPGA Crown
South Korea, boasting four of the world's 12 top-ranked players all bound for the Rio Olympics, will be favoured when the LPGA International Crown starts on Thursday at Merit Club. Read full article
South Korea to host 2018 International Crown
South Korea, which boasts six of the world's 12 top-ranked women's golfers, will host the 2018 LPGA International Crown, the first time the team event will be staged outside the United States. Read full article
Ko claims Marathon win on fourth extra hole
New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko earned her 14th career LPGA Tour title at the Marathon Classic on Sunday, defeating Ariya Jutanugarn and Lee Mi-Rim on the fourth extra hole. Read full article
Kim Hyo-Joo builds three-shot lead
South Korea's Kim Hyo-Joo fired seven birdies without a bogey on Saturday, her third-round 64 giving her a three-shot lead over Lydia Ko and Alison Lee in the LPGA Marathon Classic in Ohio. Read full article
Ko surges into Marathon co-lead
World No 1 Lydia Ko surged into a share of the halfway lead with a five-under-par 66 in the second round at the Marathon Classic in Sylvania, Ohio, on Friday. Read full article
Reto within striking distance in Ohio
On the very day that Paula Reto was named to the SAn Olympic Team heading to Rio, the Strand native justified her selection with a strong opening performance in the LPGA Tour’s Marathon Classic in Ohio. Read full article
Birthday girl Kim grabs share of lead
Kim Hyo-Joo celebrated her 21st birthday by seizing a share of the first-round lead at the LPGA Marathon Classic on Thursday alongside fellow South Korean Lee Mi-Rim and Japan's Haru Nomura.Winds Read full article
Ko won't let Zika overshadow Rio dream
World No 1 Lydia Ko says she's too excited about playing golf at the Olympic Games to worry about the Zika virus – and most other women on tour feel the same. Read full article
Ghosts of past haunt Korean champs
As the rest of the world's top women golfers were playing for millions of dollars in prize money at the US Open last week, South Korea's Ko Jin-young was half a world away dreaming of what might have been. Read full article
Chan achieves 'once-in-lifetime' dream
Golf in Hong Kong received a shot in the arm with 22-year-old amateur Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching qualifying for next month's Olympic Games at Rio de Janeiro. Read full article
Lang takes title in dramatic playoff
Brittany Lang won her first major title in dramatic fashion at the US Women's Open on Sunday after her playoff opponent, Anna Nordqvist, was assessed a two-stroke penalty for grounding a club in a bunker. Read full article
Ko seizes lead at US Women's Open
World No 1 Lydia Ko, seeking to add a third major title to her resume, birdied the 18th to take a one-shot lead after three rounds of the US Women's Open on Saturday. Read full article
Park sets pace at US Women's Open
Free-swinging Park Sung-Hyun fired seven birdies in a six-under par 66 on Friday to grab a two-stroke lead after two rounds of the US Women's Open at CordeValle in San Martin, California. Read full article
SA pair slow off the mark at US Open
Ashleigh Simon and Lee-Anne Pace will have some work to do in today’s second round of the US Women’s Open after both players finished on the negative side of the projected cut in San Martin on Thursday. Read full article
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