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Lewis, Park, Thompson, Creamer Join CP Women’s Open Field

STACY LEWIS, INBEE PARK, LEXI THOMPSON AND PAULA CREAMER JOIN CANADIAN PACIFIC WOMEN’S OPEN FIELD LPGA TOUR stars to be joined by rising talents Charley Hull and Stephanie Meadow along with Thailand’s Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn Team Canada’s Augusta James earns exemption after winning the Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship London, Ont. (Golf Canada) –  Canadian […]

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Photos, Day 1, PGA Of Canada Women’s Championship

Photos by Jeffrey Reed/LondonOntarioGolf.com Leader Brooke Henderson at the 10th tee. Hamilton’s Alena Sharp at the 10th tee. Golf Channel Big Break’s Lindsay Aho – watch for our feature story in August.

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Henderson’s Course-Record 65 Good For Two-Stroke Lead

Brooke Henderson Leads at PGA Women’s Championship of Canada Brooke Henderson did not disappoint in her opening round at the PGA Women’s Championship of Canada, presented by Nike Golf, firing a dazzling 7-under-par 65. From PGA of Canada Photos: Jeffrey Reed/LondonOntarioGolf.com The 16-year-old’s first round included seven birdies and a hole-in-one on No. 17, en […]

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Pairings, Leaderboard, Round One, PGA Women’s Championship Of Canada

                  Follow the leaders at the 2014 PGA Women’s Championship of Canada at Komoka’s FireRock Golf Club. Click here for tee times/pairings and leaderboard. July 30-31

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Garcia Great Guy

          Garcia Gaining Ground, by Ashley Denuzzo Special to LondonOntarioGolf.com Sergio Garcia is golf’s greatest loser – but that’s not a bad thing. Garcia’s most recent runner-up finish was at this year’s Open Championship when the Spaniard (along with American Rickie Fowler) finished second behind the gold medalist and champion golfer […]

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