Sometimes in a major championship you've just got to grind it out, and today was one of those daysInkster on top at Lytham Aug 04, 2006
It was extremely difficult. The wind was blowing. The rain just did not let up all day long until maybe we got to the 18th greenInkster leads Sorenstam by two Jun 03, 2005
It was a memorable Sunday round, one that you don't forgetSorenstam, Inkster lead Corning field May 26, 2004
I think just everybody's trying to iron out some kinks here and there and try to get their games going, need to keep clearLopez to play in her last LPGA event Sep 12, 2002
Sometimes I just don't know where it is coming fromJuli Inkster rallies for U.S. Open crown Jul 07, 2002
Juli Inkster (born Juli Simpson June 24, 1960) is an American professional golfer who plays on the LPGA Tour. With a professional career spanning 27 years to date, Inkster's 31 wins rank her second in wins among all active players on the LPGA Tour; she has over $11 million in career earnings. She also has more wins in Solheim Cup matches than any other American, and is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Simpson was born in Santa Cruz, California, and went to Harbor High School and to San Jose State University where she was an All-American in 1979, 1981 and 1982. She was also All Nor-Cal 1979–1981 and SJSU Athlete of the Year in 1981, and is a member of the San Jose State Sports Hall of Fame. From 1980 to 1982, Inkster won three consecutive United States Women's Amateur Golf Championships, her first victory coming three weeks after her marriage to Brian Inkster. She was a member of the winning U.S. Curtis Cup team in 1982.
She turned professional in 1983, and enjoyed immediate success. She won two major championships in 1984, her first full LPGA season, and was LPGA Rookie of the Year. She has won 31 tournaments on the LPGA Tour, including seven major championships. Inkster has won the career Grand Slam for ladies' golf. She is currently third on the LPGA career money list. Inkster won a tournament in 16 out of 24 seasons from 1983 to 2006, but has never finished at the top of the money list; her best finishes were second in 1999, and third in both 1986 and 2002.