• With only one bogey on Friday, Park was nearly flawless.
    June 25, 2008

    Angela Park Takes A One-Shot Lead

    Angela Park takes a one-shot lead at the darkness delayed Women's Open. Kristie Kerr and Paula Creamer wait, ready to make their move
  • A balky putter early in the going put Pat Hurst behind the eight-ball, but she got the flatstick on target as the day went on.
    June 25, 2008

    Hurst Grabs A Piece Of The Lead

    Pat Hurst rallies with a string of birdies to share the lead with Ji Young Oh. Lorena is six-back at even par while Annika is eight off the pace
  • Michele Wie has the help of a good caddie, but that isn't a substitue for experience and judgment that can only come from tournament experience.
    June 25, 2008

    Practice Makes Perfect

    If Michelle Wie is going to minimize her errors and be the player her talent says she can be, she needs the experience of tournament golf... A lot of it
  • Stacy Lewis, with her father on the bag and making her first pro start, is proving she belongs in the big leagues.
    June 25, 2008

    A Debut To Remember

    Playing the best golf of her life in her first event as a pro, Stacy Lewis grabbed the lead when Paula Creamer missed birdie opportunities on 17 and 18