LPGA

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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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EverBank's relationship with The LPGA continues to grow with the launch of new LPGA-USGA Girls Golf chapters nationwide, the company said.
The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) announced today that XL Catlin, a global (re) insurance leader, has been named an Official Marketing Partner in the LPGA family and will present a season-long XL Catlin Volunteer Service Award.
Dottie Ardina, who will be making her first LPGA appearance with a conditional status next year, is also entered and will be playing on home soil for the first time in a long while after making the United States home in quest of making the LPGA.
Even to the eyes of an inexperienced student like myself, it was very clear that the success of Korean/Asian players on the LPGA Tour had not yet translated into more sponsorship and business opportunities for the LPGA.
She has won 56 professional championships, 40 of which are from the LPGA tour.
Anna Nordqvist Only turned pro in 2008 but already has two LPGA Tour wins, including a major - the 2009 McDonald''s LPGA Championship (her fifth start) and the LPGA Tour Championship.
The LPGA Tour held a news conference in February in Beverly Hills to announce it would host a tournament in the LosAngeles area in 2010.
by three shots, assuring exemption to all full fields on the LPGA Tour.
The Honolulu Star-Bulletin, The Associated Press and other news organizations were denied press credentials for a Hawaii golf tournament after refusing to sign a waiver giving all rights to any stories and photos to the LPGA, the Star-Bulletin reported Feb.
As director of legal affairs for the Ladies Professional Golf Association, the world's longest-running women's professional sports association, Wright is one of the first African American women to work for the LPGA at this level.
We have never threatened to withdraw from the LPGA," says Donna Hahn, spokesperson for the Nabisco Dinah Shore LPGA Golf Tournament, who notes that Nabisco just signed a five-year contract with the LPGA and has increased the winner's purse to $1 million "to keep pace with what's going on in women's golf.
She also tied for second at the RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup and tied for third at the LPGA State Farm Classic, among numerous other top placements in 2011.