Amy Yang plays in the third round of the Wegmans LPGA Championship at Locust Hill Country Club in New York
Amy Yang reacts after putting on the 9th hole in the third round of the Wegmans LPGA Championship at Locust Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York on June 25, 2011. UPI/John Angelillo
Inbee Park recovered from a late meltdown to best Catriona Matthew on the third playoff hole Sunday to capture the LPGA Championship.
Morgan Pressel carded a 2-under-par 70 Saturday, forging a two-shot lead after two rounds of the rain-delayed LPGA Championship.
Jodi Ewart Shadoff, winless in her three years on the LPGA Tour, found herself tied for the lead Thursday after one round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Jee Young Lee stole the spotlight from Ai Miyazato Friday by taking a one-shot lead at the midway point of the RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup.
Stacy Lewis shot a 9-under-par 63 Thursday in taking a three-stroke lead after the first round of the Honda LPGA Thailand tournament.
Jiyai Shin's win in a sudden-death playoff that took nine holes was worth her ninth LPGA title and returned her to the women's golf Top 10.
Choi Na-yeon and Inbee Park improved their women's world golf rankings after an LPGA tournament in which a 15-year-old stole the spotlight.
Mika Miyazato, just having picked up her first LPGA title, jumps into the Top 10 in the world women's golf rankings, updated Monday.
Stacy Lewis and Feng Shanshan inched up in the world women's golf rankings after Top Five finishes at the LPGA's Evian Masters in France.
U.S. Open champion Na Yeon Choi is now No. 2 in the world women's golf rankings behind leader Yani Tseng.