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China’s Feng outguns Ariya to claim Thornberry Creek Classic

Feng Shanshan scorches her way through the final round of the LPGA Tour's Thornberry Creek Classic with a nine-under-par 63 to win a shootout by one stroke over Ariya Jutanugarn.

Green leads Ariya by one shot at Women’s PGA

Australia's Hannah Green has her lead whittled down to one stroke as Ariya Jutanugarn applies the heat in the third round of the Women's PGA Championship in Minnesota.

Thailand’s Jutanugarn edges ahead in Singapore

Ariya Jutanugarn had three birdies on the front nine with three more in her run to the clubhouse to finish on an 11-under 205.

Thai fighters: Ariya and Moriya lift lid on simmering sibling rivalry

The Jutanugarns have been sharing a room in Singapore this week and like any siblings, they bicker, almost constantly.

Korea’s Ji leads in Thailand after Ariya’s uneven start

South Korea's Ji sank a total of 10 birdies to card nine-under 63 for a two-shot lead, despite an early bogey.

Ariya struggles as Ewart Shadoff, Hsu lead Australian Open

Thai world number one Jutanugarn carded two double bogeys and two bogeys leaving her 11 adrift of the leaders.

Henderson surges ahead, Ariya charges in LPGA opener

Ninth-ranked Henderson closed a bogey-free round with seven pars in a row to stand on 10-under 132 after 36 holes at Four Seasons Golf and Sports Club in Lake Buena Vista.

Ariya takes US$1 million LPGA season prize as Thompson wins finale

In addition to the season prize, the Thai lass secured the Vare Trophy for the 2018 season's lowest scoring average and became the first player to sweep every major LPGA season award.

Ariya hopes to be on song to regain British Open crown

Ariya Jutanugarn is hoping to continue her strong run of form by following her Scottish Ladies' Open victory with one at the Women's British Open.

Ariya Jutanugarn makes it 15 different winners from 15 events

Ariya Jutanugarn won the Kingsmill Championship after beating Nasa Hataoka and Chun In-gee in a playoff.