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  1. With the COVID-19 Coronavirus putting a temporary halt on the LPGA 2020 season, I thought this would be a good time to showcase some of the great players on the tour. I have chosen one of my favorite players. She is one of the most consistent players on the LPGA Tour and is one of the most approachable. She is always happy to sign anything put in front of her, or take a picture with you. There is no “diva” in this lady and she is always wearing a smile. My choice is So Yeon Ryu (pronounced as ‘So-Yun-You’). Complete player profile: www.womensgolf.com/so-yeon-ryu-tour-profile
  2. Three more tournaments have now been postponed: Lotte Championship, Hugel-Air Premia LA Open, and the LPGA Mediheal Championship. The ANA Inspiration has been moved to Sept 10-13. The Cambia Portland which was in that spot has been moved to the following week.
  3. The next three events have now been postponed (if not cancelled). The Founders Cup, the Kia, and the ANA Inspiration.
  4. How Big an Affect Will the Coronavirus Have on the LPGA? Three tournaments have already been cancelled. How will the remainder of the season be impacted? www.womensgolf.com/the-impact-of-the-coronavirus-on-the-2020-lpga-season
  5. We are less than six months away from the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Will your favorite player be in the field? Here is a list of all 60 players that would qualify as of today https://www.womensgolf.com/who-will-...-2020-olympics
  6. We are just a few days away from the start of the 2020 LPGA season! With 34 tournaments on the schedule (including the UL International Crown), this year promises to be one of the most exciting ever. Here are my top 40 LPGA Player of the Year predictions: https://www.womensgolf.com/lpga-play...edictions-2020
  7. The LPGA lists the Reshuffle dates on the Priority List. They have not done that yet. The first reshuffle is usually about 1/3 into the season.
  8. LMAO. Thats true. Originally spelled with a G, it got messed up when my grandparents came to the U.S.
  9. With the start of the 2020 LPGA season less than 2 weeks away, it is a good time to take a look at the new players who will be teeing it up this season. www.womensgolf.com/how-good-are-the-2020-lpga-rookies
  10. 2019 was a very exciting year for the LPGA tour. There were first-time winners. There was a rookie winner. There were winners from several different countries. There were several tournaments that needed extra holes to determine the winner. There were four different major championship winners that came from three different countries. The year also included several winners that were not members of the LPGA Tour. Let’s take a look at the 2019 LPGA Season https://www.womensgolf.com/highlights-2019-lpga-season
  11. 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
  12. 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
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