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[LPGA.com News & Entertainment] Tseng made huge strides in the 2011 season, becoming the youngest player ever to win five majors after claiming the RICOH Women's British Open and was the youngest LPGA player to win four majors after her victory at the Wegmans LPGA Championship. Tseng also enters the season as the youngest player to consecutively win Rolex Player of the Year awards and currently holds the No.

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[LPGA.com News & Entertainment] Preview - LPGA.com: Other top names likely to make a statement at the Honda LPGA Thailand 2012 this year are Ai Miyazato, who won the 2010 Honda LPGA Thailand, Stacy Lewis, Brittany Lincicome and Julieta Granada, who all tied for second at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open last week, and Suzann Pettersen, who currently holds the No. 2 spot on the Rolex Rankings and is coming off a tie for 22nd in Australia.

[Journal] [Golf Scribe] - Journal - Korda Wins LPGA Opener: Jessica Korda has won the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. Korda sank a 25-foot birdie putt on the second extra hole at Royal Melbourne Golf Club to win a six-way sudden-death playoff.

[LPGA.com News & Entertainment] LPGA.com: Moves from Category 11 (2011 LPGA Official Money List spots 81-100) to Category 5 (Current Year Winner) on 2012 LPGA Priority List

[Toledo Golf Lessons] LPGA wil open 2012 season Down Under at Royal Melbourne: Royal Melbourne will play at 6,505 yards with a par of 73 for the ladies.  The Women’s Australian Open will offer a $1.1 million dollar purse an increase of $400,000 from 2011.  It is co-sanctioned by the Australian LPGA, the Ladies European Tour (LET) and for the first time the LPGA.

[Sports News Australia] Tseng looks to get back on track in LPGA | Sports News Australia: There is also considerable interest over teenage prodigy Alexis Thompson who, at the age of 16, became the youngest-ever player to win on the LPGA Tour with her triumph at the Navistar Classic last year.

[LPGA.com News & Entertainment] Final-round Notes and Interviews - LPGA.com: Second-year LPGA Tour member Jessica Korda sank a 25-foot birdie putt on the second hole of a six-way playoff to become a Rolex First-Time Winner at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open at Royal Melbourne Golf Club. Korda, who held a slim one-stroke after three rounds, fired a 1-over 74 to earn her way into an LPGA record-tying, six-way playoff that included Brittany Lincicome, Stacy Lewis, Julieta Granada, Hee Kyung Seo and So Yeon Ryu.

[CroNews] Michelle Wie gets the best of both worlds | CroNews: In an era where young players don’t make it all the way through college, if they even go to college, Wie has had the best of both worlds. She’s an LPGA Tour player who has two career wins and finished 18th on the money list last year.

[Chickswithballs] Chickswithballs - Honda LPGA Thailand 2012 Tournament Preview: She posted a 15-under-par 273 through four rounds at last year’s event to defeat Michelle Wie by 5 strokes.  Tseng made huge strides in the 2011 season, becoming the youngest player ever to win five majors after claiming the RICOH Women’s British Open and was the youngest LPGA player to win four majors after her victory at the Wegmans LPGA Championship. Tseng also enters the season as the youngest player to consecutively win Rolex Player of the Year awards and currently holds the No.

[LPGA.com News & Entertainment] Sydnee Michaels - LPGA.com: Well my first tournament as an official member of the LPGA has come to an end, and it's now time to write my first official rookie blog! This week was a little tough for me, yesterday was kind of like a surreal nightmare where you don't really know what is happening and you keep wanting to wake up but you never do, and you’re not really sure what you're doing wrong but nothing is going right (I’m sure anyone who plays golf can relate!)

[Golfgal] Golfgal: LPGA rookie Hannah Yun Hits ISPS Handa with High Hopes: And while all of those accomplished women will capture the attention of golf fans everywhere, my sights will be on a teenager entering her rookie year on the LPGA tour with a resume many seasoned players would envy -- 19 year .Was the youngest student in the history of the NCAA to compete in college events;

[Aussie Golfer: The Australian Golf Blog] Pressel looking forward to a Royal Melbourne treat | Aussie Golfer ...: Pressel, who was the youngest-ever winner of an LPGA major when she was just 18 in 2007 — 313 days after she turned professional — said while she was yet to check out the acclaimed sandbelt course, she got some insight watching last year's President's Cup. "I definitely saw .

[MY BLOG] Lewis eyes hometown success at LPGA event | MY BLOG: Even during a season in which she's won her first major championship and has posted eight top-10 finishes, the former Arkansas golfer isn't content. Lewis will have the chance to add to her growing resume when the LPGA's .

[Golf Blog] Michelle Wie Gets the best of both worlds - Golf Blog: Wie parents live close to campus, and they accompany her when she practices and when it plays on the LPGA Tour. It plays its first tournament this week in Thailand and will stay out for the women of the HSBC Champions at Singapore.

[The Olympian Online -- Golf] Michelle Wie gets the best of both worlds - Golf - The Olympian ...: Wie first gained attention when she played in a junior-pro event at the Sony Open at age 12, and PGA Tour players would stop to watch her swing on the practice range. It was Tom Lehman who called her the "Big Wiesy," because the fluid swing reminded him of Ernie Els.

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