Ji Young Oh

  • Zach Johnson
    May 17, 2009

    The Winners' Bags

    Zach Johnson at the Valero Texas Open, Ji Young Oh at the Sybase Classic and Keith Fergus at the Regions Charity Classic
  • Oh capped her win with a little emphasis when she birdied No. 18.
    May 16, 2009

    Oh's Finishing Touch

    Ji Young Oh's final-round two-under 70 propelled her to a four-shot victory after Suzann Pettersen faded with three bogeys on the back nine
  • Suzann Pettersen will have to fend off a host of challengers on Sunday at Upper Montclair Country Club.
    May 14, 2009

    Pettersen, Oh Tied For Lead

    Suzzan Pettersen and Ji Young Oh hold a one-stroke lead over Brittany Lincicome heading into Sunday
  • Key to Alfredsson's round was the four par 5s. She played them in four under.
    May 13, 2009

    Alfredsson's Record Round Leads

    Helen Alfredsson fired a 10-under 62 to take a two-stroke lead over Brittany Lincicome and nine over Lorena Ochoa
  • Pressel's win was her first in 43 starts and first Top-10 since June.
    October 18, 2008

    Pressel's Birdie Wins

    Morgan Pressel bidied two of her final three holes, avoiding a playoff by sinking a 15-foot birdie putt from the fringe on No. 18 to secure the victory
  • Pressel's third round included one eagle, five birdies and two bogies.
    October 17, 2008

    Pressel & Three Others Share Lead

    Hoping for her first victory of the year, Morgan Pressel bore down and fired a five-under 67 which moved her into a tie for the lead with three other players
  • With experience on Kapalua other players don't have, Lang was able to attack the course.
    October 16, 2008

    Lang Conquers Tradewinds

    Although it's the LPGA debut on Kapalua, Brittany Lang's earlier rounds here paid off with a one-under 71 and a share of the lead with Suzann Petteresen
  • Much like Tiger, Pettersen doesn't wait for things to go wrong before making changes to get better.
    October 16, 2008

    Changes Pay Off For Pettersen

    Suzann Pettersen made big changes in her game during 2008 and they are working. The evidence: A four-under 68 and the lead at Kapalua
  • With her win, Shin is considering leaving the LPGA Japan Tour to play in America.
    August 2, 2008

    A Major Victory For Shin

    Ji-Yai Shin, a regular on the LPGA Japan tour, fired a final-round six-under 66 for a three-stroke win and her first major title
  • Fudoh has won 45 Japan LPGA events and lead money list from 2000-2005.
    August 1, 2008

    Ready To Win A Major

    Yuri Fudoh of Japan shot a three-under 69 and leads by one stroke after 54 holes. Natalie Gulbis is four back and Lorena Ochoa is five back
  • Lorena Ochoa and Natalie Gulbis are just three behind the leaders heading into the weekend.
    July 31, 2008

    Crowded On Top

    Yuri Fudoh and Ji-Yai Shin lead Juli Inkster by one. Crisite Kerr is two down and Natalie Gulbis and Lorena Ochoa are three back
  • If she won, 48-year old Inkster would become the oldest winner of a major title.
    July 30, 2008

    Experience Counts

    Veteran Juli Inkster fired a record-tying seven-under 65 for a one-stroke lead. Lorena is four back and Annika shot par
  • Oh was the fifth Korean, all age 22 or younger, to win on tour in 2008
    July 21, 2008

    LPGA Tour/State Farm Classic

    Oh wins playoff duel to capture first title
  • Padraig
    July 20, 2008

    The Winners' Bags - July 20, 2008

    Padraig Harrington at the British Open at Royal Birkdale, Richard S. Johnson at Milwaukee
  • Oh's first tour victory comes in her sophmore year after a few close losses to fellow Koreans.
    July 19, 2008

    Oh Wins, Wie's Woes Continue

    After Yani Tseng's chip over the green, Ji Young Oh taps in a six incher for par, the title and her first LPGA victory
  • With the only under-par closing round among the leaders, Park finished with a nine-under 283 total.
    June 28, 2008

    First Win, First Major

    When Stacy Lewis and Paula Creamer faded with final-round 78s, 19-year old Inbee Park steadied her game and became the youngest winner ever of a US Women's Open
  • 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
  • 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
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