Yani Tseng arrives at Mission Hills Country Club for this week's Kraft Nabisco -- the season's first major -- as The Yaninator, women's golf's version of consistency and persistence, operating as nerveless as a fictional machine come to life.
Nothing captivates sports fans more than rivalries. The LPGA misses Sorenstam-Ochoa, but Tseng-Thompson could fill that void.
As if the world No. 1 needed another advantage, the LPGA Tour makes its first stop in Taiwan on the course where Tseng groomed her game as a young amateur.
The LPGA Hall of Famer says her nephew showed characteristic resilience in his PGA Championship win -- and made her heart pound in the process.
The famed Scottish course has brought PGA players to their knees. Now it's the women's turn.
She's winning more majors at a younger age than anyone on tour -- even Tiger.
While 22-year-old Rory McIlroy basks in golf's glory, Yani Tseng is the same age and owns three major championships, yet goes widely unnoticed.
LPGA players are finding their groove at just the right time. The LPGA Championship is primed for something big to happen with four days of live TV coverage.
With a one-shot win over the world's third- and fourth-ranked players, Brittany Lincicome takes a step toward establishing herself as one of the elite players on tour.
Former world No. 1 Tiger Woods makes his return from a minor knee injury, while the current No. 1 player, Lee Westwood, declined to enter the year's self-proclaimed "fifth major."