.@Angela_Stanford … dunked it!#USWomensOpen https://t.co/NSkzqt1UiR — USGA (@USGA) July 8, 2016 It’s tough to hit great shots in golf, let alone hit one on one the game’s biggest stages. That’s what Angela Stanford did at the Women’s U.S. Open. Stanford hit a slam dunk during the tournament. A slam dunk is arguably the hardest shot in golf, even more so tougher than...
Via The GP Golf Report
20 days ago
Angela Stanford had only 90 yards for her second shot at the par-4 sixth, and she slam dunked it for eagle.
Via CSN Chicago
22 days ago
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Defending champion Brooke Henderson shot a 7-under 65 on Thursday to take a two-stroke lead after the opening round of the LPGA Cambia Portland Classic on Thursday. Picking up where she left off from a year ago, when Henderson shot a 21-under 267 to win her first LPGA tournament, the 18-year-old Canadian hit 16 greens and made nine birdies on a warm, cloudless...
Via Associated Press
29 days ago | Discuss
Aledo golfer, a freshman at Alabama in first LPGA start, has leader in her sights at Volunteers of America Texas Shootout
IRVING -- For Aledo's Cheyenne Knight, one of the benefits of practicing at Shady Oaks is that she can often observe LPGA players Gerina Piller and Angela Stanford working on their games."It's really cool because I just kind of watch them," said Knight, a freshman at Alabama. "It's definitely another level that they play at and it's good for me."In her first LPGA start, Knight still...
April 29, 2016
SHIMA, Japan — Americans Angela Stanford and Ryann O'Toole shared the lead at 7-under 65 on Friday in the LPGA Tour's Toto Japan Classic. The 37-year-old Stanford had eight birdies and a bogey at Kintetsu Kashikojima in the event also sanctioned by the Japan LPGA. She has five LPGA Tour victories and played a key role in the United States' Solheim Cup comeback with a victory over...
Via Associated Press
November 06, 2015 | Discuss
Last year, some LPGA golfers were up in arms about Paulina Gretzky landing a cover on Golf Digest. Sure, it could be taken as a slap in the face but the whole point of it was to sell copies. Golfer Angela Stanford understood the idea of Gretzky on the cover, but made a good point about the LPGA having attractive golfers of their own (via USA Today): “The question is who are they...
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