An American golfer, Natalie Gulbis won the 2007 Evian Masters, as well as the Wendy's 3 Tour Challenge in 2007 and 2009.
Tweek in Review: J.B. Holmes flaunts UK bag at Valhalla
Tweek in Review: J.B. Holmes flaunts UK bag at ValhallaDick?s embraces golf?s business reality while announcing Q2 sales rise, profit drop
The conference call that Dick?s Sporting Goods executives held Tuesday to talk about the Findlay retailer?s second-quarter earnings sounded, at moments, like a press conference with a star athlete leaving the big game.Tweek in Review: Wie shows off gold shoes, therapy gizmo
Tweek in Review: Wie shows off gold shoes, therapy gizmoSomething to smile about in Ernst
I walked the final nine holes with Austin Ernst's twosome Sunday at Columbia Edgewater Country Club. Through she was front-running the $1.3 million LPGA Portland Classic, she showed almost no emotion. Never cracked a smile. Neither did her caddy, whom I learned later is her brother, Drew. In the end, ...Ernst Secures Maiden LPGA Victory
At a course where she recorded a career-best round 10-under 62 in 2013, Austin Ernst confirmed her affinity with Columbia-Edgewater Country Club on Sunday in the Portland Classic.Pettersen Rises into Share of Portland Classic Lead
Suzann Pettersen, the winner of the tournament in 2011 and '13 when it was called the Safeway Classic, fired a 5-under 67 to take a share of the 54-hole lead in the Portland Classic. The $1.3 million, 72-hole LPGA Tour event started Thursday.Kim Extends Lead in Portland
Following her opening 7-under 65, South Korea's I.K. Kim posted a 67 at Columbia-Edgewater Country Club to stretch her lead to three strokes in the $1.3 million, 72-hole LPGA Tour Portland Classic.Kim in First at Portland Classic
South Korea's I.K. Kim opened with a 7-under 65 to take the 18-hole lead in the Portland Classic. The $1.3 million, 72-hole LPGA Tour event began Thursday at Columbia-Edgewater Country Club in Portland, Ore.
Full Natalie Gulbis News
At the age of 14, Natalie became the youngest player to Monday qualify for an LPGA tournament (1997, Longs Drugs Challenge). She held the record for five years until until Michelle Wie
, 12, Monday qualified for the 2002 LPGA Takefuji Classic.
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