Korda shoots 62, takes three-shot lead in Michigan

Nelly Korda shot a career-best 10-under 62 on Saturday to take a three-stroke lead over Leona Maguire into the final round of the Meijer LPGA Classic.

Irish rookie Maguire leads Meijer LPGA Classic

Leona Maguire shot a 8-under 64 on Friday to take a three-stroke lead in the Meijer LPGA Classic, the second straight week the Irish rookie has topped a leaderboard.

After Open playoff loss, Hataoka shares lead in Michigan

Nasa Hataoka had a share of the Meijer LPGA Classic lead Thursday in her first event since losing a playoff in the U.S. Women's Open.

Henderson withdraws from MEDIHEAL Championship

Henderson withdraws from MEDIHEAL Championship

Canadian Brooke Henderson has withdrawn from the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship ahead of the second round. Henderson’s agent confirmed to TSN senior golf analyst Bob Weeks that her withdrawal is due to a non-COVID relate illness.

Maguire takes lead at Lake Merced, Henderson well off the pace

Irish rookie Leona Maguire shot a 7-under 65 on Thursday at Lake Merced to take the first-round lead in the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship, the tour's second straight event on the San Francisco Peninsula. Brooke Henderson shot a 77. She birdied two of the first three, then dropped seven strokes with five bogeys and a double bogey.

Saso defeats Hataoka in playoff to win U.S. Women's Open

Yuka Saso birdied the third playoff hole to beat Nasa Hataoka on Sunday and become the second teenager to win the U.S. Women's Open after Lexi Thompson collapsed down the stretch.

Thompson takes lead at US Women's Open

Thompson takes lead at US Women's Open

Lexi Thompson shot a bogey-free 5-under 66 on Saturday to take the lead into the final round of the U.S. Women’s Open for the first time in her career with a one-shot edge over teenager Yuka Saso.

Henderson's punishing Friday round hard to understand

Henderson's punishing Friday round hard to understand

Smiths Falls, Ont., product Brooke Henderson shoots an inexplicable 78 on Friday after opening with a glorious 68 at the U.S. Women’s Open. Everything that worked on Thursday came unraveled on Friday, but every golfer has been there and the harder you try to correct things, the deeper the hole seems to get, Bob Weeks writes.

Henderson's punishing Friday round hard to understand
- Bob Weeks
Smart golf leaves Henderson one back at U.S. Women's Open

Smart golf leaves Henderson one back at U.S. Women's Open

Playing in cool temperatures and on a course lined with deep, gnarly rough, Canada’s Brooke Henderson dialed down her usual aggressiveness in favour of accuracy and patience to sit a shot off the lead after her best opening-round position in her nine U.S. Women’s Open appearances, Bob Weeks writes.

Smart golf leaves Henderson one back at U.S. Women's Open
- Bob Weeks
Amateur Ganne, 17, shares LPGA lead

Amateur Ganne, 17, shares LPGA lead

High school junior Megha Ganne shot a 4-under 67 on Thursday to become the first amateur in 15 years to have a share of the lead after any round at the U.S. Women's Open.

Henderson ready for tough test at U.S. Women’s Open

Henderson ready for tough test at U.S. Women’s Open

Canadian Brooke Henderson comes into this week’s U.S. Women’s Open having logged a win and three other top-10 finishes this season. She sits fifth in the Rolex (world) Rankings and feels confident as she approaches her ninth start in the American championship, Bob Weeks writes.

Henderson ready for tough test at U.S. Women’s Open
- Bob Weeks
CP Women's Open cancelled for second consecutive year

CP Women's Open cancelled for second consecutive year

For the second consecutive year, the CP Women’s Open has been cancelled. The LPGA Tour event was scheduled for Aug. 23-29 at Shaughnessy G&CC in Vancouver but fell victim to COVID-19 pandemic border restrictions. Canadian players were once again saddened by the news but understanding of the reasons, Bob Weeks writes.

CP Women's Open cancelled for second consecutive year
- Bob Weeks

Lefty Osland a rare sight at U.S. Women's Open

Canadian is one of two left-handed golfers in the field this weekend, which may very well be a record for the event, Bob Weeks writes.

Bob Weeks

Bob Weeks

Ewing wins LPGA Match Play, beating Popov 2&1

Ally Ewing won the LPGA Match Play on Sunday on another long, hot afternoon at Shadow Creek, beating Sophia Popov 2 and 1 for her second tour victory.

Kang beats Salas; Henderson eliminated in match play

Kang beats Salas; Henderson eliminated in match play

Danielle Kang won the friendly showdown with Lizette Salas 4 and 3 for a quarterfinal spot on another hot afternoon at Shadow Creek. Fourth-ranked Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., finished at 0-2-1 after tying American Angela Stanford.

Kang, Park right at home in Match Play; Henderson loses

Kang, Park right at home in Match Play; Henderson loses

Danielle Kang and Inbee Park made themselves right at home at Shadow Creek in the Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play. Kang, a Las Vegas resident, routed Albane Valenzuela 7 and 6 on Wednesday in the most-lopsided match to start group play. Park, also an area resident, got up-and-down for birdie to win the par-5 18th to tie Jennifer Chang.

Korda leads in L.A.; Henderson four back in third

Korda leads in L.A.; Henderson four back in third

Jessica Korda rode out a series of big momentum shifts Friday at historic Wilshire Country Club to hold onto the lead in the HUGEL Air Premia LA Open. Brooke Henderson got a spot in the final group Saturday, shooting a 67 to get to 12 under. The Canadian birdied Nos. 15-17, then had a 7-foot birdie try slide left on 18.