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  1. I'm Back For those of you who have wondered why I have deleted my Tonys LPGA Report website, it just became too much work for me to keep it up. I was putting an average of 20 hours of work into it each week. As most of you may know, I never advertised on my blog, so I never made a penny doing this. The blog was very successful and was the #5 golf website, and #1 golf blog in the world. Good News! Womensgolf.com (who is the #1 golf website in the world), recently contacted me and said they would be thrilled if I would join their team and write about the LPGA and women's golf in general. I was a bit hesitant at first, but after a few discussions, I was assured that there would be "no pressures, expectations, schedule or deadlines". I believe this is a win win for both parties, as I can send to them my fanbase, and in return I can now write at my leisure and continue to have media access at all the tournaments that I will be attending. That said, the LPGA announced the new 2020 LPGA Priority List. The Priority List determines which players get into their weekly tournaments. Here is the link to my first article for my new website: https://www.womensgolf.com/the-2020-lpga-priority-list
  2. Although Michelle has been out almost the entire season with an injury (she is expected to be back healthy in 2020), she is still on e of the most followed players on the LPGA Tour. I have gone back and updated all her stats. For full profile: www.tonyslpgareport.com/2018/09/lpga-player-profile-michelle-wie.html
  3. The first round pairings of the Volunteers of America Classic have now been posted. For pairings and preview: www.tonyslpgareport.com/2019/09/volunteers-of-america-classic-preview.html
  4. This week the LPGA moves to the state of Texas for the playing of the Volunteers of America Classic. Many of my readers will probably remember (or want to forget) last year's fiasco where the tournament was shortened to just 36 holes because of inclement weather. Here is my preview (and a whole lot more) of this week's tournament. www.tonyslpgareport.com/
  5. Here are the final results: 1 Mi Jung Hur -21 2 Nanna Madsen -17 3 Marina Alex -15 For more scores: (Bottom of page) www.tonyslpgareport.com/2019/09/indy-women-in-tech-championship-driven.html
  6. Here are the leaders after round 3: 1 Mi Jung Hur -17 2 Marina Alex -15 3 Maria Torres -13 4 Nanna Madsen -12 For more scores: (Bottom of page) www.tonyslpgareport.com/2019/09/indy-women-in-tech-championship-driven.html
  7. Here are the leaders after round 2: 1 Mi Jung Hur -11 2 Sakura Yokomine -9 3 Maria Torres -7 3 Marina Alex -7 For more scores: (Bottom of page) www.tonyslpgareport.com/2019/09/indy-women-in-tech-championship-driven.html
  8. Here are the leaders after round 1: 1- M.J. Hur -9 2- Nanna Koerstz Madsen -7 2- Bronte Law -7 2- Sakura Yokomine -7 For more scores: (Bottom of page) www.tonyslpgareport.com/2019/09/indy-women-in-tech-championship-driven.html
  9. The first round pairings have now been posted. For pairings and tournament preview: www.tonyslpgareport.com/2019/09/indy-women-in-tech-championship-driven.html
  10. This week the LPGA returns to the USA and the state of Indiana for the playing of the Indy Women In Tech Championship Driven by Group 1001. Many of my readers might remember last year's exciting finish when Sung Hyun Park pictured above) and Lizette Salas were tied at the end of 72 holes. Park went on to win on the first playoff hole. Here is my preview and more: www.tonyslpgareport.com/
  11. I originally did a profile for this popular player a couple of years ago. I have gone back and updated all statistics and added a picture or two. For full profile: www.tonyslpgareport.com/2017/10/lpga-player-profile-sandra-gal-and-much.html
  12. With the LPGA off this week, I would like to take this opportunity to look at the players that have taken the biggest leaps and the biggest falls in the Rolex Rankings in 2019. www.tonyslpgareport.com/
  13. With the LPGA taking the week of this week before resuming its schedule next week in Indianapolis, I thought it would be a good time to spotlight another LPGA rookie. The player I have chosen today is: Jennifer Kupcho For full profile: www.tonyslpgareport.com/
  14. In what was probably the most exciting finish in Solheim Cup history, Team Europe defeated Team USA 14 1/2 to13 1/2 to win the 2019 Solheim Cup. After the completion of the match, Suzann Pettersen announced her retirement from professional golf. For full story: www.tonyslpgareport.com/
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