Column: Lexi Thompson misses out on a year of dominance on the LPGA Tour
The 2017 LPGA Tour season came full circle on Sunday
Lexi Thompson misses a gimme putt on the final hole of the LPGA’s 2017 season to lose the tournament but still come away with the $1 million Race to the CME bonus. For Lexi Thompson, after Sunday’s hard-luck loss on the final hole of the LPGA Tour’s season finale, the 2017 LPGA season was (with apologies to Charles Dickens) the best of times. Show More Summary
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Thompson missed a par putt that would’ve given her the chance at LPGA Player of the Year.
Lexi Thompson was a short par putt away from perhaps the biggest sweep of awards in LPGA Tour history.
Thompson missed 2-foot par putt on the 18th hole, paving the way for Jutanugarn's win.
Jutanugarn wins Tour Championship when Lexi Thompson misses 2-foot putt
Thompson is among four players with a chance at Player of the Year honors with a win.
Annika Sorenstam has been where Lexi Thompson hopes to be. And for Thompson, to an extent, that could be as soon as Sunday in Naples.
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The No. 3 player in the world got inked up this week
Despite some difficult circumstances on and off the course, Thompson has kept her poise and is playing some of the most consistent golf of her career.
Sept 13 (Reuters) - World number two Lexi Thompson heads the group trying to halt the Korean majors juggernaut at the Evian Championship starting in Evian-les-Bains, France on Thursday.
Milk pouring included.
With a wire-to-wire victory at the Brickyard Crossing Golf Club, Lexi Thompson managed to beat competitor Lydia Ko at her own game to capture the Indy Women in Tech Championship. In a week that featured some of Thompson’s worst ball-striking,...Show More Summary
American Lexi Thompson comfortably won the Indy Women in Tech Championship, the last tournament before the final major of the season.
Sept 9 (Reuters) - American Lexi Thompson won her final round showdown with joint overnight leader Lydia Ko, racing away from the former world number one to clinch the Indy Women in Tech Championship by four strokes on Saturday.
Thompson doused herself with a jug of milk and kissed the bricks at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where she was taken after her second LPGA win of the year.