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.
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.
Will Yani Tseng reign supreme at the LPGA Kraft Nabisco Championship this week? We look at the top storylines and players to watch.
Yani Tseng has an unmatched golf resume, but Lexi Thompson is the one who has captivated the American public. Tseng wants a piece of that.
Yani Tseng, Suzann Pettersen and Lexi Thompson head a worldwide cast of stars. Here are 10 to keep an eye on this year.
Nothing captivates sports fans more than rivalries. The LPGA misses Sorenstam-Ochoa, but Tseng-Thompson could fill that void.
Stealing the show in 2011: Yani Tseng, 22, became the youngest to five majors. Lexi Thompson, 16, was the youngest-ever winner.
The South Korean was the least known of the contenders heading into the final round, but that didn't slow her brilliant play at the CME Titleholders.
Packed within three shots of each other, four top-10 players must catch leaders Hee Young Park, pictured, and Sandra Gal to win the season-ending event.
After enduring illness and surgery on her thumb, she says she's a better player than ever. But the wins aren't coming as easily.
It's been a frustrating year for the world's third-ranked player. For the first time since 2003, she hasn't won an event. This is her last chance.
The tour is following the world economy, expanding its schedule to Asia and raking in foreign corporate dollars. The challenge is to lure American support too.