One-third of the way through the LPGA season, Stacy Lewis, Inbee Park and Suzann Pettersen have been the big stories.
Jiyai Shin and Paula Creamer head the cast at Kingsmill, where they went a record nine extra holes last year before Shin prevailed in a playoff extended to Monday.
The LPGA Tour returns to the Dallas-Fort Worth area for the first time in 22 years with the North Texas LPGA Shootout starting Thursday.
Inbee Park and Stacy Lewis won the top season-ending awards, and four others won the major championships in a year of non-dominance on the LPGA Tour.
Stacy Lewis becomes the first American to win the LPGA player of the year award since Beth Daniel in 1994, and says her best golf is yet to come.
Although David Stern and Bill Laimbeer are known for so much more than their WNBA ties, their contributions to women's basketball have been quite significant.
Ticha Penicheiro has just one WNBA game left before she retires. But we've witnessed many great memories from one of the greatest point guards.
With the victory by South Korea's Jiyai Shin in the Women's British Open, Asian players have won all four majors for the first time in LPGA history.
No player has dominated the LPGA Tour this season, and each major has had a different winner. Will that trend continue in the Women's British Open?
As the Ryder Cup looms, Meg Mallon is shoulder deep in preparations for the 2013 Solheim Cup and loving every minute of it. A former Solheim player and assistant captain, she knows what she's into.
Now that two women have been invited to be members, it's time to dream about someday seeing an LPGA tournament at Augusta National.
Whether due to self-doubt, a nagging injury or the pressure of constant scrutiny, world No. 1 Yani Tseng has not been herself of late.
With world No. 1 Yani Tseng in a baffling slide, the door is open for players such as Ai Miyazato, Inbee Park and Brittany Lang in this week's Women's Open.
The U.S. Women's Open returns to Kohler, Wis., harkening memories of 1998's riveting playoff between amateur Jenny Chuasiriporn and future Hall of Famer Se Ri Pak.
The commemoration of the 40th anniversary of Title IX has at times felt like a birthday party where some show up just to point out flaws of the guest of honor. But it should remind us to appreciate athletes at every level, male and female.
Here are five players to watch heading into this week's Wegmans LPGA Championship in Rochester, N.Y.