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[LPGA.com News & Entertainment] After a lot of hard work, many lessons learned and a great deal of success, she’s now a 2012 LPGA Tour rookie looking to make some waves. Ekey enters the season as the reigning Symetra Tour Player of the Year after two wins and seven top-10s in a season where everything just clicked for the 25-year-old.
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[Asia Pacific Golf Group] Unanimous Thumbs-Up For Haikou 'Golfing Paradise' | Asia Pacific ...: There are 19 teams, including two pairs from China and Feng is teamed with Ye Liying, runner-up to Annika Sorenstam at the 2008 Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open. Feng said: “I like it very much because we always play in individual tournaments but playing as a team for two people;
[LPGA.com News & Entertainment] LPGA.com: what an introduction to the LPGA! I'm thrilled that my dad was able to make the trip this week, especially since the time difference makes it tough to talk to my mom and brother Byron on a daily basis (I miss y'all tons)!
[The World News] South Korea's Hee Young Park wins first LPGA title: South Korea’s Hee Young Park won the LPGA Tour’s season-ending Titleholders for her first tour victory, closing with a 2-under 70 on Sunday to hold off Paula Creamer and San Gal by two strokes.Hee Young Park, tied for the third-round lead with Gal, finished at 9-under 279 at Grand Cypress and earned $500,000.”It was difficult on the greens with tough pin positions today,” Hee Young Park said.
[LPGA.com News & Entertainment] HSBC Women's - LPGA.com: Second-year LPGA player Jenny Shin wasn’t able to join the ranks of the Rolex First-Time Winners, but she was able to improve her consecutive top-10 streak to three tournaments. The 19-year-old finished seventh at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, tied for ninth at the Honda LPGA Thailand and tied for second at the HSBC Women’s Champions.
[Asia Pacific Golf Group] Faldo Set To Initiate Cambodian Charity Drive | Asia Pacific Golf Group: The Handa Faldo Cambodian Classic will support the Cambodian Red Cross via the Handa Foundation, with various activities being planned to raise funds for deserving organisations around the country. “While it is a privilege and honour for us to launch a brand new professional golf tournament on the Asian Tour in Cambodia, we will be using the Handa Faldo Cambodian Classic as a means to support the local communities through various charity initiatives,” said Dr Handa.
[Golf Digest] From merely great to truly special | Golf Digest: Wright, Whitworth, Sorenstam and Ochoa are all in the World Golf Hall of Fame with Whitworth (88), Wright (82) and Sorenstam (72) garnering the most career victories in LPGA history. This is what they have in common: They were never satisfied.
[Waggle Room] Confidence is the key to Tiger Woods' putting, say experts - Waggle ...: nearly robotic ability to drain any putt on any green from inside five feet -- a topic still very much in vogue as Woods prepared for his first Honda start since he was a 17-year-old amateur in 1993. A post-match play Woods seemed unconcerned about the technical aspects of his putting stroke, as did several putting experts who were more interested in the golfer’s emotional approach to a part of his game that had always been on auto-pilot.
[Golf Digest] McKitrick takes 35th title at Longboat Key | Golf Digest: An LPGA Tour player finds out how golf really treats women Ask a guy what he thinks about women playing golf, and unless he's a knuckle-dragger of the first order, chances are you'll get an answer like, OK with me, or, .
[Chickswithballs] Chickswithballs - Quick 18 with Kathleen Ekey: Well, probably not a whole bunch most people would be interested in! I’m milk protein allergic which means I can’t eat anything with dairy in it.
[Mohammadirwin's blog] Top-ranked Yani Tseng wins LPGA Thailand - Mohammadirwin's blog: Last year, Tseng won the event for the first of her seven 2011 LPGA Tour victories, including major victories in the LPGA Championship and Women's British Open. The five-time major champion finished the year with 12 worldwide victories.