EUREKA, Mo. (AP) - Annika Sorenstam feels anything but at home at the LPGA Michelob Light Classic.
ALYMER, Quebec - Meg Mallon won the final du Maurier Classic, and immediately tried to win over the Canadian fans.
DULUTH, Ga. (AP) - Standing above the 18th green at a country club north of Atlanta, Nancy Lopez matter-of-factly discussed her failure to qualify for the U.S. Women's Open when suddenly, without warning, the tears began flowing.
WILMINGTON, Del. - Oddities seems to follow Wendy Ward in the LPGA Championship.
PALM DESERT, Calif. (AP) - Annika Sorenstam battled her nerves to become the first woman to shoot 59. Karrie Webb kept her composure to win her first major in a dramatic comeback, then completed the Grand Slam just two years later.
NORTH PLAINS, Ore. - Beth Daniel was watching the scores in the U.S. Women's Open from her laptop computer, curious to see how Pumpkin Ridge was holding up before she headed to the course for her afternoon start.
NORTH PLAINS, Ore. (AP) - It didn't take long for the feel-good tale of the teens in the U.S. Women's Open to become tarnished.
EDINA (AP) - Watching the U.S. Women's Open on TV on Monday, Amy Berry and Kalen Anderson paced, fretted, screamed from the sofa and had "stomach trauma."
"It was 'I can't believe that actually just happened."'
GURNEE, Ill. (AP) - Forget about anyone blowing out this U.S. Open.
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