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LPGA

abbr.
Ladies Professional Golf Association
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LPGA

abbreviation for
(Golf) Ladies Professional Golf Association
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LPGA

Ladies Professional Golf Association.
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A two-time Major champion and only the second player to win the Rookie and Player of the Year honors on the LPGA Tour in 2017, Park is expected to set the standard in the 54-hole championship, which will also feature the leading players on the LPGA of Taiwan and the Ladies Philippine Golf Tour and top shotmakers in the region.
With Solaire as chief backer, the 25-year-old Park, a two-time Major winner, will be playing with Solaire in her cap for the next two years on the LPGA Tour as she bids to claim the world's No.
Meanwhile, American Nelly Korda shot a four-under 68 to win the Taiwan Championship for her first LPGA Tour title.
In 1998, Pak was the sole South Korean golfer plying her trade on the LPGA Tour. There are now more than 50 Korean players on the LPGA, and last year Korean women picked up three of the five majors on offer.
After all, winning a tournament in the Korean LPGA Tour indicates a high chance of clinching a winner's trophy on the LPGA Tour.
Park celebrates 18 LPGA Tour Victories throughout her career, and was the gold medalist at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Korda breaks course record in LPGA tourBANGKOK - American Jessica Korda broke the course record on day two of the Honda LPGA tour in Thailand on Friday to open a four-stroke lead ahead of the chasing pack, with a stunning 10-under round of 62.
The world No.40, who fired a seven-under at the LPGA International in Florida to earn her LPGA Tour card for next season, is in the midst of a dream season.
ENGLAND'S Charley Hull was just a shot off the lead after the opening round of the LPGA Tour's CME Group Tour Championship in Florida.
Our entire Club family, to include members, staff and organizing committee, are delighted and thrilled to host the true Legends of the LPGA Tour. To have been selected for this prestigious event and to have golf fans from our region and beyond come to our "home" to see the exciting action these ladies will provide is both a privilege and a humbling experience.
LPGA Tour: Inbee Park won the LPGA Tour's North Texas Shootout for the second time in three years, closing with a bogey-free 6-under 65 for a three-stroke victory.