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Ruixin Liu Sets Up for Second Carlisle Arizona Women's Golf Classic Title

Ruixin Liu Sets Up for Second Carlisle Arizona Women's Golf Classic Title

After 18 holes at the Carlisle Arizona Women’s Golf Classic, it’s looking likely that history could once again be made. Ruixin Liu, who won the inaugural tournament in 2021, sits two shots back of leader, Samantha Vodry, in a share of third. Despite there being a lot of golf left to play, Liu becoming the first athlete to take home a second title at this event is not a far-fetched possibility.

The People’s Republic of China native has graduated from the Epson Tour twice, in 2018 and 2021, and has seen the talent evolve over the years. Liu has also watched it grow from afar while playing on the LPGA Tour and is happy she has the opportunity to see it again firsthand this week.

Best Players' Wedges 2024! | Golf Monthly

In this video, Sam De'Ath from Golf Monthly reviews the top-performing players' wedges of 2024. He goes through each wedge in detail and discusses the various features, including loft, grind, and finish. Sam also provides his perspective on each wedge's performance and shares his insights on which wedges are the best for different skill levels and playing styles.

Bunker to Bunker's 13th Annual Memorial Day Weekend Tournament | Arizona Biltmore Golf Club | May 26, 2024

Scottie Scheffler Wins in Augusta, Justin Thomas at Home

Scottie Scheffler takes home another green jacket after winning the 2024 Masters Tournament. Amateur Christo Lamprecht makes his Masters Tournament debut. Jason Kennedy visits Justin Thomas at his new home in Florida. Matt Fitzpatrick reflects on his special 2023 RBC Heritage victory.

The Championship that Made Grace Park: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Park's Chevron Victory

The Championship that Made Grace Park: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Park's Chevron Victory

Every little girl golfer wants to win a major championship. Some dream of U.S. Women’s Open titles, pretending every three-footer on the practice putting green is for victory over Annika Sorenstam or Lorena Ochoa or – in today’s modern era – Nelly Korda.

Others fantasize about conquering Carnoustie or standing on the Swilcan Bridge at the Old Course, joining the likes of Dame Laura Davies and Karrie Webb as AIG Women’s Open champions.

Michael Henry joins the show to promote the Father's Day giveaway from Shady Rays and the upcoming Bunker Tour event at Verrado Golf Club!