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.
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.
A former All-American at Arkansas, Lewis will be playing in front of appreciative fans at the NW Arkansas Championship. She might even hear a Hog Call.
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.