Suzann Pettersen birdied two of her last three holes Thursday for a 6-under 66 and a share of the lead with So Yeon Ryu and Sun Young Yoo in the LPGA Tour's season-ending Titleholders.
The website for Stacy Lewis refers to her as the "Next Great American Golfer."
Doctors told Charlie Beljan he was in good enough health to leave the hospital Saturday morning, but perhaps not to play golf. With his job on the line and his name atop the leaderboard for the first time, Beljan ignored the recommendation and was glad he did.
Charlie Beljan had trouble breathing even before he teed off, called for paramedics when he made the turn and even told his caddie at one point Friday that he thought he might die. With his job on the line at Disney, he kept right on playing until he had a remarkable 8-under 64 to build a three-shot lead going into the weekend.
Getting off to a quick start is nothing new for Charlie Wi. The hard part is figuring out how to finish.
Lorena Ochoa has no regrets about leaving the LPGA Tour to devote all of her time to her family and foundation.
Lexi Thompson's milestone no longer stands, but the memories endure from her victory at last year's Navistar LPGA Classic.
The real phenom in women's golf might be Angela Stanford. She won the HSBC Women's Champions event in Singapore toward the start of the season, making her the oldest player to win on the LPGA Tour all year.
Defending champion Brittany Lincicome has some high praise for the Canadian Women's Open.