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Ryu No. 1 in money, Rogers, world
ROGERS -- The field chased So Yeon Ryu on Sunday at Pinnacle Country Club, but no one came close to catching the South Korean.
ROGERS -- So Yeon Ryu reached the ninth green Saturday with the 36-hole Northwest Arkansas Championship record all but sealed, even with a 10-foot birdie attempt in her sights.
ROGERS -- World Golf Hall of Famer Juli Inkster celebrated her birthday at Pinnacle Country Club for the second consecutive year.
LPGA Tour rookie Sung Hyun Park of China raced to the top of the leaderboard Friday in the opening round of the Northwest Arkansas Championship at Pinnacle Country Club.
ROGERS -- Four different players had already won at least twice when the LPGA Tour made its 2016 stop at Pinnacle Country Club for the Northwest Arkansas Championship.
ROGERS -- Citing a struggle to stay motivated, Japan's Ai Miyazato decided in May to step away from the LPGA Tour at the end of this season. The 2012 LPGA Northwest Arkansas champion said plans to retire came some time before that.
As Dustin Johnson approached his ball buried in the tall grass on the 17th hole at Erin Hills, a fan standing just a few feet away offered a little pick-me-up to the world's No. 1 player.
HOT SPRINGS -- Sarah Wright turned a two-shot deficit to begin the final round of the Arkansas State Golf Association Women's Amateur into a six-stroke lead at the turn, then held off Nora Phillips to win the championship Friday at Hot Springs Country Club.
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