Always popular, Michelle Wie should catapult to new heights with her win at the U.S. Women's Open -- and the LPGA Tour can hitch a ride to the stars.
Arizona coach Niya Butts has united the women's college basketball nation with Chillin4Charity, which raises money for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.
Michelle Wie's U.S. Women's Open triumph adds the icing to a year dominated by Americans, who have won nine times in 15 tour events.
At last, Michelle Wie soars on the grandest stage of them all -- the U.S. Women's Open -- and the hopes of the tour fly high with her, Mechelle Voepel writes.
Just when it appeared as if Michelle Wie would take command of the U.S. Women's Open, the wheels came off. A wild finish ensued, setting up a wide-open final round.
Playing in her final U.S. Women's Open, Juli Inkster, 53, fired the low round of the tournament - a 66 - to put herself in contention yet again.
Michelle Wie has been in this position before, in the lead midway through a major championship. This time she's ready to deliver.
Much had been made about the women playing on the same course as the men at Pinehurst. Stacy Lewis led a group of five women under par, but some notables struggled.
Her caddie was a mess, but 11-year-old Lucy Li was calm from the get-go and didn't let a round of 78 spoil her walk at the U.S. Women's Open.
Coming off a dazzling final-round 61 to clinch her first victory of the year, Inbee Park has rediscovered the putting magic that brought her three major titles last year. The timing couldn't be better.
Despite early trepidations about playing the U.S. Women's Open on the same course right after the men, players have been pleasantly surprised by the conditions.
It hasn't been that long since Michelle Wie was the phenom like 11-year-old Lucy Li, but now at 24, she's a serious contender for the U.S. Women's Open title.
Coming off surgery on her thumb and unsure of what to expect, Paula Creamer buckled down for a four-shot win in the 2010 U.S. Women's Open.
Thirteen years after winning the U.S. Women's Open in 1991, Meg Mallon triumphed again. This time she had a little help.
After a devastating loss in a playoff in 1992, Juli Inkster came back to win U.S. Women's Open titles in 1999 and 2002, two of seven majors in her career.
Hollis Stacy rode a stellar short game to three U.S. Women's Open championships. Only two women, Mickey Wright and Betsy Rawls, have won more.