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  • Aditi shoots three- under 68, lies T-3 at the Marathon Classic

    Staff Correspondent - Jul 23, 2017

    Ohio, July 23: India's Aditi Ashok shot a three under 68 to remain firmly in contention for a maiden title on the LPGA Tour. Aditi added birdies at 12, 13 and 17 to finish with a strong flourish and ensure that walked into the dusk in a strong spot..

  • Piller maintains lead at the Marathon Classic

    Staff Correspondent - Jul 22, 2017

    Ohio, July 22: Gerina Piller is halfway to her first LPGA Tour victory.Piller followed her opening 8-under 63 with a 68 on Friday to maintain a one-stroke in the Marathon Classic. Piller had four birdies and a bogey at Highland Meadows in the second rou..

  • Piller fires 63 to take lead in LPGA's Marathon Classic

    Staff Correspondent - Jul 21, 2017

    Ohio, July 21: Gerina Piller fired an eight-under par 63 on Thursday to take a one-stroke lead over newly-crowned US Open champion Park Sung-Hyun and Chien Pei-Yun after the first round of the LPGA Marathon Classic in Ohio. Piller, chasing her firs..

  • Sung Hyun Park wins the U.S. Women's Open

    Staff Correspondent - Jul 17, 2017

    Bedminster, July 17: South Korean golfer Sung Hyun Park has won the US Women's Open by two strokes at Trump National for her first major championship.The 23-year-old Park carded a closing five-under-par 67 to finish at 11-under 277 on Sunday in Bedminst..

  • Women golfers get new dress code

    Staff Correspondent - Jul 17, 2017

    The Ladies Professional Golf Association has implemented a new dress code that must be adhered to by players in organised tournaments.In an email addressed to tour players on July 2, LPGA president Vicki Goetze-Ackerman summarised a list of items that will no ..

  • Feng pulls a Sorenstam on moving day at U.S. women's open

    Staff Correspondent - Jul 16, 2017

    Bedminster, July 16: Shanshan Feng laid a little Annika Sorenstam on the field Saturday, emulating the style of play that won the Swede 10 majors: make pars, avoid mistakes and wait for those chasing you to trip up. And this being the U.S. Women’s Ope..