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LPGA

abbr.
Ladies Professional Golf Association

LPGA

abbreviation for
(Golf) Ladies Professional Golf Association

LPGA

Ladies Professional Golf Association.
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Callaway Golf (NYSE:ELY) Staff Professional Annika Sorenstam continued her astonishing run through the LPGA Tour yesterday, winning the ShopRite LPGA Classic for the third time, and equaling her own tournament record of 17-under-par 196 in her 4-stroke stroke win.
Michelle Wie missed the cut in her first three LPGA Tour events, but give her some slack - she was only 12 years old at the time.
The Dennis Walters Golf Show" is performed at PGA and LPGA tour events, amateur and collegiate golf tournaments, business seminars, trade shows and golf clubs across the United States and Canada.
MONTREAL -- North American rail industry leader ensures LPGA Tour remains in Canada, will also support Canadian Women's Tour and Future Links
1 women's golfer has accomplished that as well as anyone on the LPGA Tour, perhaps because she has so many opportunities, with 49 career tour victories - sixth most in that 54-year-old organization.
With 200 locations, many close to the courses played on the LPGA tour, the caddies are able to stay at Courtyard Hotels week after week.
Carolyn's expertise in the media and sales industry will be a tremendous asset to our association," said Heather Daly-Donofrio president of the LPGA Tour Executive Committee and co-chair of the commissioner search committee.
She arrived at Tarzana's El Caballero Country Club, site of this week's Office Depot Championship, as the newest major champion on the LPGA Tour - thanks to a one-stroke victory over 17-year-old Aree Song on Sunday in one of the most dramatic finishes in the 33-year history of the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
GOLF: GOLF: LPGA Tour, ANA Inspiration LPGA Tour, ANA Inspiration (Sky Sports 4, 5pm).
April 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- UL (Underwriters Laboratories), a global independent safety science company, today announced its sponsorship of three LPGA Tour champions, Shanshan Feng, Na Yeon Choi, and Azahara Munoz.
That was enough for her to win the points-based LPGA Tour player of the year award for the second time in three years.