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Duel to the finish

Sandra Gal holds off Shin on the 18th to capture Kia Classic INDUSTRY, California (AP) ― Sandra Gal won the Kia Classic to become the second German winner in LPGA Tour history, beating second-ranke...

Updated : 2011.03.28 19:32

Shin Ji-yai holds lead at Kia Classic

Korean recovers from slow start to finish with a 3-under 70 INDUSTRY, California (AP) ― Second-ranked Shin Ji-yai shot a 3-under 70 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead over Sandra Gal after the t...

Updated : 2011.03.27 18:38

Levin flawless in the wind to lead Bay Hill

ORLANDO, Florida (AP) ― Spencer Levin is atop the leader board after the opening round for the third time this year, so that’s nothing new. It was his score Thursday afternoon at Bay Hill that surp...

Updated : 2011.03.25 19:57

Webb captures LPGA Founders Cup

Mindy Kim finishes four shots behind leader PHOENIX (AP) ― The LPGA Founders Cup came down to a chipping contest. Karrie Webb saved par on the par-4 18th with a chip from the front fringe and a 3-...

Updated : 2011.03.21 17:22

Ishikawa faces torn emotions

PALM HARBOR, Florida (AP) ― Japan’s biggest golfing star Ryo Ishikawa wishes he could fly home to see his family and find ways to help a country devastated by an earthquake and tsunami, that now fa...

Updated : 2011.03.16 18:18

Tiger’s schedule limited with kids

Cadillac Championship to be only 10th competitive round of year DORAL, Florida (AP) ― Tiger Woods is hitting some of his best shots when no one is watching. That’s typically the case when Woods t...

Updated : 2011.03.10 18:55

Park In-bee cracks top 10

South Korea has a new member inside the top 10 in the latest women’s world golf rankings. Park In-bee jumped from 13th to ninth in this week’s rankings, announced by the LPGA Tour, thanks to her vic...

Updated : 2011.03.08 18:16

Tiger to visit Korea next month

Tiger Woods, the former No. 1 golfer in the world, is scheduled to visit South Korea next month for a youth golf camp, his corporate sponsor announced Tuesday. Nike Golf Korea said Woods will come t...

Updated : 2011.03.08 18:15

Tiger Woods to visit S. Korea next month for youth clinic

Tiger Woods, former No. 1 golfer in the world, is scheduled to visit South Korea next month for a youth golf camp, his corporate sponsor announced Tuesday. Tiger Woods at the AT&T National golf tour...

Updated : 2011.03.08 10:53

Park In-bee aims for high LPGA ranking

Fresh off her first victory of the 2011 season, South Korean female golfer Park In-bee said she has her sight on a bigger goal. “This year, I would like to be among the top 10 players of the world,...

Updated : 2011.03.07 19:12

S. Korean golfer aims for top-10 ranking after win in Japan

Fresh off her first victory of the 2011 season, South Korean female golfer Park In-bee said she has her sight on a bigger goal. "This year, I would like to be among the top 10 players of the world,"...

Updated : 2011.03.07 09:41

Yang is Asia’s last hope

MARANA, Arizona (AFP) ― South Korean Yang Yong-eun, the first Asian man to capture a major title, is the lone Asian to reach the last 16 at the World Golf Championships Match-Play Championship. Yan...

Updated : 2011.02.25 19:37

Surprise losers at Match Play

Champion hopefuls Westwood, Mickelson, McIlroy, Els out MARANA, Arizona (AFP) ― Top seed Lee Westwood and No. 4 Phil Mickelson were among the surprise losers in the second round at the Accenture Ma...

Updated : 2011.02.25 18:45

Tiger knocked out in first round

Yang Yong-eun handles Alvaro Quiros; Martin Kaymer ousts Noh Seung-yul MARANA, Arizona (AP) ― The slow road back for Tiger Woods took another detour Wed-nesday when he followed a clutch birdie with...

Updated : 2011.02.24 19:44

Players stake out their territory at Match Play

Europeans own eight of the top 16 seeds MARANA, Arizona (AP) ― More than ever, the World Golf Championships are living up to their name. The series enters its 13th year when the Match Play Champio...

Updated : 2011.02.23 19:16