Shhhh! Lydia Ko, 17 and ranked No. 2 in the world, is having an outstanding - albeit quiet -- rookie season, and that's just the way her management team wants it.
Is it more fun to watch the superstars do what they do best or watch a relative unknown achieve the impossible? Melissa Isaacson and Graham Hays debate the best championship storylines....
From little kids practicing putts to win the U.S. Women's Open to agonizing close calls to the ultimate dream come true, Paula Creamer, Juli Inkster, Meg Mallon, Patty Sheehan and Hollis Stacy recall their journeys.
After finishing runner-up three times in the tournament she wanted to win the most, Patty Sheehan finally did it - twice, at that.
With sound fundamentals, uncanny touch and remarkable calm, Lydia Ko has soared to the No. 2 world ranking mere days after turning 17.
Michelle Wie seems to be blossoming not just as a professional golfer comfortable with her game, but as a 24-year-old woman comfortable with herself.
Michelle Wie's come-from-behind victory Saturday in the LPGA Lotte Championship provided a big boost to a player -- and a tour -- that have known some hard times.
Want to know how Lexi Thompson became so competitive and aggressive on the golf course? Look no further than older brothers Curtis and Nick.
By determining team rosters so far in advance of the International Crown event in July, the LPGA misses a chance for drama and leaves strength of teams in question.
Inbee Park's historic run last year started with a resounding win at the Kraft Nabisco. Who will write the script this year? Check out our players to watch.
When baby Mason arrived Dec. 8 via surrogate mom, Cristie Kerr fell in love. Whatever change motherhood brings to her life, she says she's ready.
Teen sensations Lydia Ko, Lexi Thompson and Charley Hull already are making their mark in women's golf. But who will leave the biggest imprint?
Nancy Lopez, voted the most influential Hispanic female athlete of all time, continues to grow the game of golf by mentoring and nurturing the next generations of players.
Meet the women with the fastest fingers in the world. We're talking about the tennis stenographers, of course, and boy do they have a tough job.
The Solheim Cup will feature four rookies from the United States and 10 overall. Lexi Thompson, 18, is the youngest of the lot for the U.S., but that doesn't seem to faze her.
Inbee Park's glorious run, though short of a Grand Slam, is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the LPGA to market its tour. Will it -- can it -- take advantage?