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U.S. Solheim Cup team rounded out with Pressel, Wie

Morgan Pressel (courtesy LPGA)

Michelle Wie (courtesy LPGA)

Morgan Pressel, with an impressive fourth place finish at the recent Women’s British Open has played herself onto the United States Solheim Cup team.

Michelle Wie will return as a captain’s pick.

The Solheim Cup will be played August 16-18 south of Denver at the Colorado Golf Club.

Pressel bumped Jennifer Johnson from the last two spots through the world rankings.

Meg Mallon selected Wie, who is 4-3-1 in the past two Cups, and Solheim rookie Gerina Piller as her captain’s picks for this year.

Lincicome beats Wie, Lewis in Quebec


Brittany Lincicome at 2009 LPGA Championship in Maryland (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

The Women’s Open in Mirabel, Quebec came down to Brittany Lincicome, Michelle Wie and Stacy Lewis.

Lincicome came out on tap by sinking a par putt on the 18th hole in a driving rainstorm to win the tournament by one stroke.

Lincicome closed with a 2-under-par 70 to finish at 13-under 275 and beat defending champion Wie and Lewis.

Info courtesy of LPGA Tour

Tseng wins LPGA event in Thailand

Yani Tseng (file photo)

#1 women’s golfer Yani Tseng won her third tournament win in three weeks, shooting a 6-under-par 66 to pull away for a five-shot victory over Michelle Wie in the LPGA event in Pattaya, Thailand.

Tseng ended up at 15-under 273.

Wie finished with a 70 to end up second in the season-opening LPGA tournament.

compiled from LPGA news

Song-Hee Kim leads Hana Bank Championship tournament

Song-Hee Kim of South Korea birdied four holes in a row on the front nine Saturday and finished he second straight 4-under-par-68 for a one-stroke lead over defending champion Na Yeon Choi in the LPGA Hana Bank Championship in Incheon, South Korea.

Song-Hee Kim (file photo)

Kim, who hasn’t won in 73 LPGA starts, finished second in the LPGA Championship in late June, then lost in a playoff to Choi in the Jamie Farr Classic in Toledo, Ohio, the very next week.

50-year-old Hall of Famer Juli Inkster, is three strokes at 5-under-par-68. Inkster is trying to become the oldest LPGA Tour winner.

Michelle Wie shot a 73 and is 1-under-par.

compiled from staff & LPGA news

LPGA Northwest Arkansas event won by Yani Tseng

Yani Tseng made four birdies in a crucial five-hole stretch on the back nine en route to a 6-under-par 65 on Sunday that gave her a third LPGA tour win of 2010. Tseng from Taiwan, held off Michelle Wie by one stroke in the Northwest Arkansas Championship when both players made birdies on the final hole.

Yani Tseng (LPGA)

The win allowed Tseng to jump to the top of the Rolex Player of the Year race and she is second on the money list. Ai Miyazato is right behind Tseng in the player of the year standings, followed by Cristie Kerr and Jiyai Shin. Miyazato finished tied for ninth in Arkansas, and Shin tied for fifth.

Wie was on fire the early in the tournament but settled for a 69 on Sunday after entering the day with a three-stroke lead.

Tseng finished at 13-under-par 200.

compiled from staff  & LPGA news

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