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  • Jan 22

    Danielle Kang

    Kang leads LPGA opener; Henderson 7th

    Danielle Kang continued to sail along at the LPGA Tour’s season-opening Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions on Friday, shooting a 6-under 65 to stretch her lead to two shots.

  • Jan 20

    Brooke Henderson

    Henderson hoping for big things in new season

    Although Brooke Henderson is a Canadian through and through, these days she spends most of her time at a second home in Florida, working on her game. So perhaps it wasn’t a surprise that when she arrived home in Smiths Falls, Ont., for Christmas, she got a little northern welcome. TSN's Bob Weeks has more.

  • Jan 6

    LPGA commissioner Mike Whan

    Whan steps down as LPGA commissioner

    Mike Whan is leaving the LPGA Tour after 11 years as commissioner, a surprise announcement Wednesday that comes just three weeks after he guided the tour through a season cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Dec 20

    Jin Young Ko

    Ko wins LPGA's season-ending CME Group title in a flourish

    Jin Young Ko missed most of the LPGA Tour season and still won the yearlong money title. That’s what a $1.1 million check does. Ko, the No. 1 player in the world, put an emphatic capper on her truncated year Sunday by shooting a final-round 6-under 66 and winning the CME Group Tour Championship.

  • Dec 18

    Top-ranked Jin Young Ko took the lead into the weekend in the LPGA Tour’s CME Group Tour Championship, putting herself in position to win the season money title in only four events. Canadian Brooke Henderson is six strokes back at 3 under.