Despite her best finish in a year, Yani Tseng's lack of aggressiveness down the stretch soured her performance at the Kingsmill Championship, Mechelle Voepel writes.
What's in store for the LPGA in 2014? Here's hoping Inbee Park stays in a groove, Yani Tseng finds hers and the inaugural International Crown and Race to the Globe are resounding successes.
The focus of the golf world zoomed in on a shy South Korean, Inbee Park, as she made a thrilling run at a Grand Slam -- and that was just part of the LPGA's year.
Shanshan Feng won in her native China; same for Amy Yang in South Korea. Yani Tseng, in need of a positive jolt, hopes the trend will continue in her native Taiwan this week.
Suzann Pettersen won the Safeway Classic for the second time in three years Sunday, taking advantage of playing partner Yani Tseng's final-round collapse at Columbia Edgewater.
Yani Tseng moved into position to end a long victory drought, shooting a 9-under 63 on Saturday to take a three-stroke lead into the final round of the Safeway Classic.
Sebonack Golf Club is blessed with an abundance of breathtaking vistas, but challenges await around every corner.
Karrie Webb has shown remarkable longevity in the sport she loves and, at 38, is still a major contender.
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.
Her game faltered under the pressure of being ranked No. 1, but Yani Tseng said she is relaxed and having fun again after losing the top spot to Stacy Lewis.
The stakes get higher as Stacy Lewis takes her new No. 1 ranking into the Kraft Nabisco Championship, the year's first major. Check out our five players to watch.
Karrie Webb was cruising ahead of the pack at the Kia Classic. Then her game veered off course.
The LPGA Tour says defending champion and formerly top-ranked Yani Tseng has withdrawn from the Kia Classic after missing her pro-am tee time on Wednesday morning.
It's been a long journey for Stacy Lewis and now that she's risen to the No. 1 spot in the world, she intends to enjoy it.
Stacy Lewis won the LPGA Founders Cup on Sunday to jump to No. 1 in the world, taking advantage of Ai Miyazato's collapse on the 16th hole.