Tag Archives: LPGA Tour

Jul
5
2012

World No1 Yani Tseng takes instruction from coach Gary Gilchrist.

The most prestigious tournament of the LPGA season is underway at Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wisconsin, but rather than discuss the provenance of an as-yet incoherent leaderboard, I’ve elected to craft something a little more worthwhile: a summary of the narratives most likely to inform coverage over the coming days.

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Jul
4
2012
By Conor Nagle under Amateur Golf

Chuasiriporn at the 1998 US Women's Open, where she finished second.

For a brief few days in 1998, a 20-year-old amateur by the name of Jenny Chuasiriporn stood at the apex of women’s golf. In fact, she very nearly deprived Se Ri Pak of her first major championship, pushing the South Korean to the second hole of a sudden death playoff to decide the US Women’s Open

A career as a leading light of the LPGA Tour appeared inevitable.

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