Lucky No. 6: Lee Jeong-eun looks to build on success at Kroger Championship
The Kroger Queen City Championship tees off Thursday at Kenwood Country Club in Cincinnati, Ohio with Lee Jeong-eun6 looking to become the first Korean golfer to claim the title after missing her chance in the inaugural tournament last year
Kim Sei-young looks to ride momentum at Portland Classic
The Portland Classic tees off Thursday at Columbia Edgewater Country Club in Portland, Oregon as Kim Sei-young looks to ride her momentum from last week to win her 13th LPGA title.
Ko Jin-young finishes second after playoff at CPKC Open
Ko Jin-young finished as runner-up in the CPKC Women’s Open at Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club in Vancouver, Canada on Sunday, narrowly missing out on the chance to win her 16th LPGA title.
Hong Yae-eun, others join Handa Invitational to win first Korean title since May
The ISPS Handa World Invitational — the last tournament of the LPGA’s European swing this season — tees off Thursday in Northern Ireland with Hong Yae-eun and a few other Korean golfers joining the field to become the first Korean golfer to ...
Competitive field gathers in Surrey for final major of LPGA season
The AIG Women’s Open — the season’s last LPGA major — tees off Thursday at Walton Heath Old Course in Surrey, England with world No. 2 Ko Jin-young joining the 144-strong field as she looks to win her third major and reclaim the No. 1 spot.
Kim Hyo-joo finishes second at Women's Scottish Open
Kim Hyo-joo finished the Women’s Scottish Open in second place Sunday. Kim carded a bogey-free 7-under-par in the last round, managing a 13-under-par, 275, at Dundonald Links in Ayrshire, but her effort fell 2 strokes short of winner Celine Boutier
Park In-bee returns to course to tutor junior golfers
LPGA Hall of Famer Park In-bee appeared on a golf course for the first time in a year on Wednesday, offering a lesson to junior golfers at Black Stone Country Club in Jeju.
Korean stars look to go the distance as LPGA returns to home of golf
The Freed Group Women’s Scottish Open tees off Thursday at Dundonald Links in Ayrshire, Scotland, with a number of prominent Korean golfers joining the field ahead of the AIG Women’s Open — this season’s last major.
Ko Jin-young drops to No. 2 on Rolex World Rankings
Ko Jin-young dropped to second on the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings on Monday, ending a two-month spell at the top that also saw her break the all-time LPGA record for most weeks spent at No. 1.
Ko Jin-young looks for third major title at Evian Championship
The Amundi Evian Championship tees off Thursday at Evian Resort Golf Club in France with world No. 1 Ko Jin-young joining the 132-strong field as she looks to win the tournament for the second time and claim her third major title