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Randall's Rant: Wie still the LPGA's biggest star - Golf Channel;

Randall's Rant: Wie still the LPGA's biggest star - Golf Channel

Golf ChannelRandall's Rant: Wie still the LPGA's biggest starGolf ChannelIf Michelle Wie had Inbee Park's putting touch and a less brittle body, the women's game would surge to a new level of popularity. For all her critics, and she has a load of them, Wie still has a huge, loyal following. No player in the women's game ...and more »

You don't have to be a mega-athlete to putt like Inbee Park - GolfDigest.com;

You don't have to be a mega-athlete to putt like Inbee Park - GolfDigest.com

GolfDigest.comYou don't have to be a mega-athlete to putt like Inbee ParkGolfDigest.comRoss Kinnaird SINGAPORE - MARCH 05: Inbee Park of Korea holes her final putt on the 18th green during the final round of the HSBC Women's Champions on the Tanjong course at Sentosa Golf Club on March 5, 2017 in Singapore. (Photo by Ross ...and more »

Michelle Wie didn't win the HSBC Women's Champions event, but she still won the weekend - ESPN;

Michelle Wie didn't win the HSBC Women's Champions event, but she still won the weekend - ESPN

ESPNMichelle Wie didn't win the HSBC Women's Champions event, but she still won the weekendESPNInbee Park won the HSBC Women's Champions tournament in Singapore on Sunday, but the event also marked the return of Michelle Wie to the top of the leaderboard. While Wie led entering the final round, the 2014 U.S. Women's Open champion struggled ...and more »

Inbee Park closes with 64, wins by one shot in Singapore - UPI.com;

Inbee Park closes with 64, wins by one shot in Singapore - UPI.com

UPI.comInbee Park closes with 64, wins by one shot in SingaporeUPI.comInbee Park of Korea hits her tee shot on the 18th hole in the final round of the LPGA U.S. Women's Open Championship at Lancaster Country Club in Lancaster, PA on July 12, 2015. In Gee Chun of Korea wins the U.S. Women's Open and her first LPGA major ...and more »

Brooke Henderson breaks into top five of LPGA Tour event in Singapore - Ottawa Sun;

Brooke Henderson breaks into top five of LPGA Tour event in Singapore - Ottawa Sun

Ottawa SunBrooke Henderson breaks into top five of LPGA Tour event in SingaporeOttawa SunBrooke Henderson, right, chats with her sister and caddy, Brittany Henderson, during Sunday's final round. Article. Change text size for the story; Print this story. Report an error. Related Stories. Brooke Henderson rallies to make cut · Brooke ...and more »

Inbee Park credits 'amazing' putting for HSBC win - Toronto Star;

Inbee Park credits 'amazing' putting for HSBC win - Toronto Star

Toronto StarInbee Park credits 'amazing' putting for HSBC winToronto StarInbee Park, left, gives a hug to Ariya Jutanugam after winning the HSBC Women's Champions golf tournament on Sunday. (ROSLAN RAHMAN / AFP/GETTY IMAGES). By The Associated Press. Sun., March 5, 2017. SINGAPORE—Inbee Park used her ...and more »

LPGA: Inbee's record win a walk in the Park - Golf Australia Magazine;

LPGA: Inbee's record win a walk in the Park - Golf Australia Magazine

Golf Australia MagazineLPGA: Inbee's record win a walk in the ParkGolf Australia MagazineInbee Park has claimed her 18th LPGA Tour career victory after firing a course record 64 at HSBC Women's Champions. The Hall of Famer – and Olympic gold medallist – defeated World No.2 Ariya Jutanugarn by one shot to join the winner's circle on the ...and more »

Park is HSBC Women's champ - again - The Straits Times;

Park is HSBC Women's champ - again - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesPark is HSBC Women's champ - againThe Straits TimesSouth Korean golf star Park In Bee is the first two-time winner of the $2.1 million HSBC event, which began in 2008. She achieved a course record of eight-under 64 on the New Tanjong Course at the Sentosa Golf Club yesterday, and finished one shot ...and more »

Lydia Ko desperate to get her game clicking after Singapore stumble - Stuff.co.nz;

Lydia Ko desperate to get her game clicking after Singapore stumble - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzLydia Ko desperate to get her game clicking after Singapore stumbleStuff.co.nzPutting struggles one week, ball-striking difficulties the next ... Lydia Ko can't find her consistency in 2017. Lydia Ko has admitted to more problems as the world No 1's early season struggles continue on the LPGA Tour. Ko failed to mount a challenge ...and more »

Ko's rival Inbee Park back in a big way - Radio New Zealand;

Ko's rival Inbee Park back in a big way - Radio New Zealand

Radio New ZealandKo's rival Inbee Park back in a big wayRadio New ZealandWorld golf number one Lydia Ko has finished the latest event on the LPGA tour in a tie for ninth. Lydia Ko reacts to missing a putt at the 2017 Australian Open. It just wasn't Lydia Ko's day. Photo: Photosport. Ko started the day in Singapore with a ...and more »

Golf: Park wins HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore - Channel NewsAsia;

Golf: Park wins HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaGolf: Park wins HSBC Women's Champions in SingaporeChannel NewsAsiaSouth Korea's Park In-Bee shot a superb final round of eight-under 64 to finish at 19-under 269 and capture her first title since her gold medal at last year's Rio Olympics. 01:05. South Korea's Park In-Bee shot a superb final round of eight-under 64 ...and more »

Park wins Singapore HSBC Women's Champions title - Fox Sports Asia;

Park wins Singapore HSBC Women's Champions title - Fox Sports Asia

Fox Sports AsiaPark wins Singapore HSBC Women's Champions titleFox Sports AsiaKorea Republic's Inbee Park put on a stunning putting display to win the HSBC Women's Champions title by one stroke over Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn in Singapore on Sunday. This video is not available. Inbee, who has not played in an LPGA Tour event ...and more »

Brilliant Park In-bee storms to victory in Singapore - South China Morning Post;

Brilliant Park In-bee storms to victory in Singapore - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostBrilliant Park In-bee storms to victory in SingaporeSouth China Morning PostFormer world number one Park In-bee wielded a red-hot putter on her way to a tournament-record eight-under-par 64 that catapulted the South Korean to a one-shot victory at the HSBC Women's Champions on Sunday. Playing in just her second LPGA Tour ...and more »

Wie has her best finish since 2014, Ko finishes tied for ninth - LPGA (press release);

Wie has her best finish since 2014, Ko finishes tied for ninth - LPGA (press release)

LPGA (press release)Wie has her best finish since 2014, Ko finishes tied for ninthLPGA (press release)Michelle Wie of the USA reacts to a birdie putt on the third hole during the final round of the HSBC Women's Champions on the Tanjong Course at Sentosa Golf Club on March 5, 2017 in Singapore. Photo Credit: Scott Halleran/Getty Images. . Written By: ...and more »

Inbee Park wins LPGA Singapore by one stroke - Times of India;

Inbee Park wins LPGA Singapore by one stroke - Times of India

Times of IndiaInbee Park wins LPGA Singapore by one strokeTimes of IndiaSINGAPORE: Former world number one Park In-bee wielded a red-hot putter on her way to a tournament-record eight-under 64 that catapulted the Korean to a one-shot victory at the HSBC Women's Champions on Sunday. Playing in just her second LPGA ...and more »

Michelle Wie leads HSBC Women's Champions in two in Singapore - UPI.com;

Michelle Wie leads HSBC Women's Champions in two in Singapore - UPI.com

UPI.comMichelle Wie leads HSBC Women's Champions in two in SingaporeUPI.comMarch 5 (UPI) -- American Michelle Wie, looking for her first win since the 2014 U.S. Women's Open, shot a 5-under 67 Saturday to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore. Wie's 54-hole total of 14-under 202 ...and more »

Michelle Wie takes two-shot lead in Singapore - UPI.com;

Michelle Wie takes two-shot lead in Singapore - UPI.com

UPI.comMichelle Wie takes two-shot lead in SingaporeUPI.comAmerican Michelle Wie, looking for her first win since the 2014 U.S. Women's Open, shot a 5-under 67 Saturday to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore. File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI. | License Photo.and more »

Ariya chases leader Wie in Singapore - The Nation;

Ariya chases leader Wie in Singapore - The Nation

The NationAriya chases leader Wie in SingaporeThe NationAriya Jutanugarn remained in contention for the title in the HSBC Women's Champions tournament, firing a solid 69 for a three-way second place behind American leader Michelle Wie yesterday. The world No 2, with five birdies against two bogeys, shot a ...and more »

Michelle Wie looking to end winless streak in final round of HSBC Women's Champions - Golfweek.com;

Michelle Wie looking to end winless streak in final round of HSBC Women's Champions - Golfweek.com

Golfweek.comMichelle Wie looking to end winless streak in final round of HSBC Women's ChampionsGolfweek.comMichelle Wie shot 5-under 67 Saturday during the third round of the HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore and is closing in on her first LPGA victory in three years. Wie, who had not led in an LPGA event since 2014 prior to Thursday's first round, was ...and more »

Wie having fun again, leads HSBC - Golf Channel;

Wie having fun again, leads HSBC - Golf Channel

Golf ChannelWie having fun again, leads HSBCGolf ChannelWhen I hear that trumpet sound, I'm going to rise right out of the ground. There ain't no grave can hold my body down. All the folks who have been fitting Michelle Wie's career for a coffin, take notice. There's a pulse. Wie is putting all those broken ...and more »