LPGA Touri

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour is the elite series of events for female golfers. Mostly consisting of tournaments played in the US, it currently consists of 35 officially sanctioned events across the world.

  • Yin Ruoning becomes just second Chinese winner on Tour after Shanshan Feng
  • Hall had opportunity to take tournament to a play-off, but missed 5-foot putt for birdie

On the back of her most successful season on the LPGA Tour, Tiffany Chan eyes greater success, starting with next week’s HSBC Women’s World Championship.

Hong Kong’s Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching finishes day in a tie for ninth and just three shots back of leaders after ‘one of biggest achievements I can get’.

Tiffany Chan and Ginnie Ding to tee off in the US$750,000 event in Jakarta – the 2nd event of the LAT Series – as well as joining forces in the team format.

Trailblazing Chinese golfer a former world No 1, major winner and Olympic bronze medallist. Feng thanks parents, coaches and ‘loving fans’ for support.

Birdie at the last helps Hong Kong golfer and South Korean teammate finish in tie for fourth at Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational. Jennifer Kupcho and Lizette Salas win on combined 26-under.

Japanese -American Mina Harigae fires stunning 7-under 64 to miss out on tournament record by one shot at Pine Needles, while Taiwan’s Chang Wei-lun upstages stellar field to take early lead at Asian Tour event.

Eun-Hee Ji won the Bank of Hope LPGA Match-Play for a spot next week in the US Women’s Open, beating Ayaka Furue 3&2 in cooler conditions at Shadow Creek.

Hong Kong’s Chan heads into last 16 in Las Vegas, having entered tournament on a sponsors’ invite ranked 63rd out of 64 players – ‘sometimes you just need that one chance’.

Hashimoto Mizuki tops individual standings and Japan overhaul South Korea in team event, while Hong Kong’s Tiffany Chan tees off at LPGA Match-Play in Las Vegas.

The 20-year-old breakout star Yuka Saso recalls ‘unforgettable’ Hong Kong debut in 2015, while Hong Kong Golf Association chief Danny Lai says an LPGA Tour event in city would ‘definitely inspire local players’.


The 20-year-old reigning US Women’s Open champion praises ‘great golf talent’ across Asia and says anything can be achieved ‘regardless of who you are and where you came from’.

Ko captures her 10th career LPGA title and third of the year after taking the Volunteers of America Classic in July and last month’s Portland Classic.