Pat Hurst

  • The win is Ochoa's third victory of the season, but first in her last twelve starts.
    October 3, 2009

    Back In The Winner's Circle

    With a final-round two-under 70, Lorena Ochoa earned a convincing four-stroke win and broke an 0 for 11 losing streak
  • With six birdies and no bogeys on Saturday, Ochoa's round was nearly flawless.
    October 2, 2009

    Ochoa Takes Over Top Spot

    Lorena Ochoa fired a six-under 66 to take a three-stroke lead and move closer to her third victory of the season after going winless in her last 11 events
  • For a second straight day, Alexis Thompson made just one bogey.
    October 1, 2009

    Thompson Tied For The Lead

    Through 36 holes, 14-year-old Alexis Thompson is part of a five-way tie at the top that includes top-ranked Lorena Ochoa
  • Thompson finished T-34 at the 2009 U.S. Women's Open and won the 2008 U.S. Junior Girls title
    September 30, 2009

    14-Year Old Alexis Thompson One Back

    Janice Moodie's eight-under 64 leads, but the biggest story at the Navistar Classic is Alexis Thompson's seven-under 65
  • This was Shin's third win of the year, bringing her earnings just shy of $1.5 million.
    September 12, 2009

    Shin Wins Sudden-Death Playoff

    After firing a seven-under 64 to get in a playoff, Jiyai Shin droped a 12-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to defeat Angela Stanford and Sun Young Yoo
  • Through 36 holes, Kim has 11 biridies and two bogeys and is averaging 261 yards off the tee.
    September 11, 2009

    Kim Takes Second-Round Lead

    Song-Hee Kim paired her opening-round 65 with a three-under 68 and leads Angela Stanford by two strokes with a nine-under 133 total
  • Gal closed her first round with an eagle on the par-5 18th hole.
    September 10, 2009

    Gal Goes Low

    Sandra Gal shot a first-round 7-under 64 to grab the early lead
  • Selecting Michelle Wie for the U.S. Solheim Cup might not be popular among LPGA players, but it's the right thing to do.
    July 27, 2009

    Captain's Conundrum

    Should U.S. Solheim Cup captain Beth Daniel tab Michelle Wie and Juli Inkster with her two captain's picks? As Ron Sirak sees it, how could she not?
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    July 23, 2009

    A Wie Chance of Making the Team

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    March 22, 2009

    The Winners' Bags

    Retief Goosen at the Transitions Championship and Pat Hurst at the MasterCard Classic
  • The Mastercard Classic win is Hurst's sixth career LPGA victory and marks her as contender at the upcoming Kraft-Nabisco Championship.
    March 21, 2009

    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
  • Tseng, last year's LPGA McDonald's champion, has two Top-10 finishes in 2009.
    March 20, 2009

    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
  • The BosqueReal course has given Ochoa trouble in the past. Last year she open with a four-over 76.
    March 19, 2009

    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
  • 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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