Thursday, April 19, 2018

LPGA

The Best Bets For The 2018 Hugel-JTBC La Open This Week

LPGA

The biggest names on the LPGA Tour will make their way to Los Angeles, California and the Wilshire Country Club for the inaugural Hugel-JTBC La Open.

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The Best Bets For The 2018 LPGA ANA Inspiration

LPGA Golf

The LPGA Tour will stay in California for the ANA Inspiration, the first of the five major championships. Who is the best bet this week?

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The Best Bets For The 2018 LPGA Kia Classic

LPGA

All eyes were on Inbee Park when she put together an outstanding performance to win the Hope Founders Cup in relatively easy fashion last week.

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Betting Preview For The 2018 LPGA Bank Of Hope Founders Cup

Sung Hyun Park

The LPGA Tour will make its first stop in the United States this year when the Bank Of Hope Founders Cup takes place this week.

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2018 HSBC Women’s World Championship Tournament Preview

Shanshan Feng

The best ladies in the world will make their way to Singapore, Malaysia for this week’s HSBC Women’s World Championship. Who is the best bet?

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2018 Honda LPGA Thailand Tournament Preview

Lexi Thompson

The LPGA Tour will make its return to Chonburi, Thailand and the Siam Country Club for this week’s Honda LPGA Thailand.

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Golf Undigested Podcast – Episode 74

Golf Undigested

Join Clark Burroughs as The West Coast Swing continues on the PGA Tour this week in the Arizona desert at the Waste Management Phoenix Open

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2018 LPGA Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic Tournament Preview

Shanshan Feng

The 2018 LPGA Tour season will tee off with the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic on Paradise Island in the Bahamas this week.

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2017 LPGA Tour CME Group Tour Championship Preview

Shanshan Feng

Shanshan Feng claimed her second win in a row in China and is now the #1 player in the world heading into the CME Group Tour Championship.

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2017 LPGA Tour Blue Bay LPGA Preview

Sung Hyun Park

Shanshan Feng won her second LPGA Tour event of the year last week at the Toto Japan Classic, holding off Ai Suzuki by two strokes.

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