With a tweak in her putting and lots of practice, Lexi Thompson has shored up the one weak link in her game, and the results have been dramatic.
Look no further, the new face of women's golf belongs to 19-year-old Lexi Thompson after her convincing victory at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Two of the biggest names in U.S. women's golf -- Lexi Thompson and Michelle Wie -- will go toe-to-toe Sunday in the final round of the Kraft Nabisco.
While Michelle Wie and Lexi Thompson duked it out for the lead, Charley Hull vaulted into contention, two shots back, with a 6-under 66.
Already a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame and the owner of five major championships, Se Ri Pak has an impressive resume. She would dearly love to add a Kraft Nabisco title.
With confidence and focus, Lexi Thompson shot the lowest second round ever at the Kraft Nabisco -- a 64 -- and soared into a tie for the lead.
Appreciative of the game, seemingly wiser from her travails, Michelle Wie is loving golf and life. And with a round like her 5-under 67 at the Kraft Nabisco on Thursday, why not?
With golf in its infancy in her native China, Shanshan Feng is heightening the interest with results like her first-round lead Thursday in the Kraft Nabisco.
The Kraft Nabisco Championship helped propel Inbee Park to the world No. 1 ranking last year in a glorious run of golf, and she's kept a firm grasp on it for 51 weeks.
As the year's first major beckons at the Kraft Nabisco, Karrie Webb would like nothing more than to add to her win total. She says her game is up to it.
In the International Crown, many golfers will be playing for their country for the first time, and while that adds pressure, it also creates excitement.
The world's No.1 player and an overwhelming favorite to win the year's first major, Yani Tseng struggled from the outset Sunday.
American tenn Lexi Thompson roared out of the gate with birdies on four of the first five holes, conjuring images of great things to come.
Everyone needs a foil, but even some of Yani Tseng's top challengers seem uncertain if she can be beaten.
Once racked with depression and contemplating suicide, Lindsey Wright found help. Now, she's reaching out to others in need.
Completing her coursework at Stanford is a big accomplishment, but many wonder if Michelle Wie will fulfill her potential on the golf course.