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Golf Digest Woman / Golf Digest Woman

Grace Park, 33, announces her retirement

PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- The buzz going into the 1999 U.S. Women's Open at Old Waverly in steamy Mississippi was about Beth Bauer, the Duke star who was expected to take the LPGA by storm....
Friday, 6/8/2012 at 2:39PM
Online Contest

Contest: Who Is The Hottest Golfer?

The people have spoken, and spoken quite loudly. Our inaugural Hottest Golfer contest featured several down-to-the-wire matches since it began in November, but the final proved to be a laugher, with women's winner Sandra Gal running away from Rickie Fowler in our concluding Battle of the Sexes. Gal received more than 80,000 votes to earn the distinction as the fairest golfer of them all -- a testament to our user demographics (more men voting for Gal than women voting for Fowler), the power of social media (Gal actively recruited voters on Twitter), but most of all, Gal, a 26-year-old German who is looking to build off her first LPGA win in last year's Kia Classic. Gal's win in the Hottest Golfer contest might not have counted toward the official money list, but it certainly can't hurt her self esteem.
Golf Tours & News / Avnet LPGA Classic

Avnet Classic: Hjorth wins, Thompson falters

Maria Hjorth shot a closing 67 to win by two, while 54-hole leader Alexis Thompson, 16, struggled to a 78.
May 01, 2011
Golf Digest Woman / Golf Digest Woman

Grace Park is having fun

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. -- Grace who? In a tournament that had five Parks entered in the field, the one that seemed least likely to turn up on the leader board was Grace Park, a past...
Saturday, 4/3/2010 at 8:06PM
Golf Digest Woman / Golf Digest Woman

Remember me?

RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.-  Note to self: Pay attention to the group going off hole number 10 at 9:14 a.m. on Friday. In that pairing is the 2004 Kraft Nabisco champion, Grace Park, who seemingly fell...
Thursday, 4/1/2010 at 9:00PM
Golf Tours & News

Mastercard Classic: Hurst One Better Than Lorena

Pat Hurst birdied the 18th hole to beat Lorena Ochoa and Yani Tseng by one stroke and earn her first LPGA victory since 2006
Golf Tours & News

Mastercard Classic: Tseng Pushes Past Lorena

Yani Tseng fired a three-under 69 to tie Ne Yeon Choi and leave Lorena Ochoa one-stroke back heading to the final round
Golf Tours & News

Mastercard Classic: Ochoa's Home Court Advantage

In the past going home hasn't been easy, but this time Lorena Ochoa fired a seven-under 65 tieing the course record and grabbing a two-stroke lead
Golf Tours & News

Sirak: Kraft Nabisco's "Poppy" Steps Down

Kim is latest Korean to follow Pak's lead
October 17, 2008
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