Angela Park

  • In her third season on the LPGA Tour, Kim has one win (2008 Long Drugs Challenge) to go with 12 top-10 finishes.
    March 25, 2009

    Kim Takes First-Round Lead

    Fighting strong winds, In-Kyung Kim fired a four-under 68 to take a one-stroke lead over five other players
  • Although it was her fourth title in eight months, it was Shin's first as a member of the LPGA Tour.
    March 7, 2009

    Jiyai Shin Wins 4th Title

    Jiyai Shin rallied from four down at the turn to catch and pass Katherine Hull with a six-under 66 and win by two-strokes
  • Hull's season is off to a good start. In February she won the Australian Ladies Masters.
    March 6, 2009

    Hull Pulls In Front By Two

    Katherine Hull ripped off seven birdies on her way to a six-under 66 and a two-stroke lead with just 18 holes to go
  • Eight-time winner Creamer is battling Park who's looking for her first win.
    March 5, 2009

    Creamer, Park Tied For Lead

    Paula Creamer and Jane Park both paired their opening-round five-under 67s with one-under 71s and share a one-stroke lead
  • Despite four wins and $1.8 million in earnings last year, Creamer's resume still lacks a win at a major.
    March 4, 2009

    Creamer Shares Lead In Singapore

    Fighting off illness, Paula Creamer fired a six-under 67 to share the first-round lead with Jane Park and Angela Park
  • Wie's double bogey on 11 was the opportunity Stanford needed to get the win.
    February 13, 2009

    Wie Comes Up Short

    Michelle Wie was three over on the back nine while Angela Stanford was two under. It was enough to cost Wie a chance to win her rookie debut
  • Matthew's last win, prior to this unofficial event, was the Wendy's Championship in 2004.
    January 24, 2009

    Matthew Wins Brazil Cup

    Playing while five-months pregnant, Catriona Matthew fired a final-round three-under 69 to win the Brazil Cup by five strokes
  • September 21, 2008

    MacKenzie Beats Turnesa In Playoff

    Will Mackenzie comes back from six down after 11 to tie Marc Turnesa and take the title on the second playoff hole
  • MacKenzie's victory assured he would end the season in the top 125 on the money list.
    September 21, 2008

    MacKenzie Beats Turnesa In Playoff

    Will Mackenzie comes back from six down after 11 to tie Marc Turnesa and take the title on the second playoff hole
  • The short par putt Stanford holed on 18 let her avoid a playoff.
    September 13, 2008

    Stanford Wins First Title Since 2003

    Angela Stanford's one-over 73 was good enough to beat Shanshan Feng by one stroke and nail down her first LPGA title since 2003
  • Stanford's last victory was the 2003 ShopRite LPGA Classic.
    September 12, 2008

    Stanford's 10-Under Par Leads

    Angela Stanford shot her second consecutive five-under 67 and has a comfortable four-stroke lead with 18 holes to go
  • Birdies on three of the four par 5s were the key to Kerr's round.
    September 11, 2008

    Kerr Looking For Two In-A-Row

    Christie Kerr's second-round six-under 66 gave her a 36-hole nine-under 135 total and a two-stroke lead over Angela Stanford
  • Rawson's six birdies were enough to counter Feng's five-under back nine.
    September 10, 2008

    Anna Rawson, Shahshan Feng Tied

    Opening-round five-under 67s gave Anna Rawson and Shanshan Feng a one-stroke lead over a group that included Nicole Castrale and Angela Park
  • The win was Kerr's first since the 2007 U.S. Women's Open.
    August 23, 2008

    Kerr's 7-Under Caps Comeback Win

    Christie Kerr got the chance she wanted to win the playoff using her putter. She holed a 20-footer on the first-extra hole and took the title
  • After winning a bit more than $66,000 in all of 2007, Alfredsson should break $1 million in 2008.
    August 22, 2008

    Alfredsson's Never Been Better

    Helen Alfredsson, fresh off her victory at the Evian Masters a few weeks ago, fired her second consecutive 67 and leads by one with a ten-under total after 36 holes
  • Park's first round was bogey free and almost mistake free.
    August 21, 2008

    Park Tries For First LPGA Win

    Angela Park's six-under 66 bogey-free round has her in postion to grab her first victory and join the winner's circle on the LPGA Tour
  • Alfredsson lines up what would be the winning putt on the third playoff hole.
    July 26, 2008

    Overtime Victory For Alfredsson

    Helen Alfredsson won her first LPGA title in five years and third Evian Masters, defeating rookie Na Yeon Choi in a playoff
  • With seven 2008 LPGA winners 22-years old or younger Lorena's title defense will have to withstand the onslaught of youth.
    July 26, 2008

    Fountain Of Youth

    To call the kids hot would be an understatement, but if you think Lorena, Annika and Suzann are going to play dead at Sunningdale you need to think again
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