Standing 15th in Solheim points at the start of the LPGA Championship, Morgan Pressel jumped to 10th with her tie-for-third finish.
After opening with a 4-over 76 in the LPGA Championship, Michelle Wie comes back strong Saturday with a second-round 68.
Morgan Pressel, who last won in 2008, maintains a two-shot lead -- with No. 1 Inbee Park in the hunt -- as the LPGA Championship heads for a 36-hole final day.
The youngest player to win an LPGA event, Lydia Ko, is grouped with a former teen phenom, her idol Michelle Wie.
Lydia Ko, a 15-year-old with a swing to die for, has players and analysts marveling about her talent and ease with which she plays the game.
The success of Stacy Lewis is exhibit No. 1 for why Solheim Cup captain Meg Mallon wants young players to attend college before joining the LPGA.
Michelle Wie silences the critics, at least temporarily, with one of the best rounds ever in an Open.
At age 13, Michelle Wie became the youngest player to make an LPGA cut. Now, for the first time in her career, Michelle Wie is concentrating solely on golf, even if it means leaving her life in Hawaii behind, writes Molly Knight in ESPN The Magazine
Completing her coursework at Stanford is a big accomplishment, but many wonder if Michelle Wie will fulfill her potential on the golf course.
The final day of matches started and ended with bad news for the Americans, who lost the Solheim Cup to Europe 15-13.
Her Canadian Women's Open win last year is one of her two LPGA titles, but since then she has struggled.
To critics of her performance and her focus on golf, Wie says she's trying her hardest and has no regrets.
The day's glamour group is more tease than please on the opening day of the LPGA Championship. Kerr and Wie shoot even par, Lincicome 2-over.
The LPGA tour stop kicks off a three-week summer stretch on U.S. soil. It has attracted a star-studded field, with 96 of the top 100 players on the money list, including five winners from this season.
You can get stronger, faster, and leaner while you sleep.
From Babe Didrikson Zaharias to Annika Sorenstam and Michelle Wie, women have played in men's tournaments with limited success. To put it bluntly, men have more power and that's a huge advantage.