Beth Ann Nichols, USA TODAY

Beth Ann Nichols


Lakeland, FL, United States

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Past articles by Beth:

Rose Zhang makes history winning LPGA pro debut at 2023 Mizuho Americas Open

Rose Zhang became the first player since Beverly Hanson in 1951 to win on the LPGA in her pro debut, Sunday at the Mizuho Americas Open. → Read More

USGA, R&A proposal to limit distance in elite golf is not intended to impact women

The distance impact is not intended to impact women. → Read More

International Crown: Only four will qualify to represent the U.S. at TPC Harding Park. Here's how things stand

When the Crown was held in 2018, Michelle Wie West, Jessica Korda, Cristie Kerr and Lexi Thompson represented the U.S. → Read More

Prize money payouts for each LPGA player at 2023 HSBC Women's World Championship

Former No. 1 Jin Young Ko won for the first time in a year as she successfully defended her title at the HSBC Women’s World Championship. → Read More

Danielle Kang thanks Scotty Cameron for her 'DK Special' putter as she races to top in Singapore after 63 at HSBC

Kang’s bogey-free 63 at Sentosa Golf Club’s Tanjong Course ties her career-low round on the LPGA, which she has now posted five times. → Read More

Prize money payouts for each player at 2023 Honda LPGA Thailand

Here’s the full breakdown of the $1.7 million purse. → Read More

U.S. golf will finally have a National Development Program. We asked a top exec what it all means

Golfweek recently caught up with Heather Daly-Donofrio, a former LPGA player and tour executive who leads the program. → Read More

Bangkok rookie, known as 'Sim 300' for her power off the tee, leads early at 2023 Honda LPGA Thailand

Natthakritta Vongtaveelap is playing on a sponsor exemption and leading. → Read More

World Golf Hall of Fame member Jan Stephenson diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer

Stephenson has 41 professional wins worldwide and remains active on the senior circuit. → Read More

PGA Tour, LPGA announce new mixed-team event for 2023 season at Tiburon Golf Club

It will be the first mixed-team event since John Daly and Laura Davies won the JCPenney Classic in 1999. → Read More

Tickets now on sale for first Chevron Championship ever held in Texas, where Lydia Ko and Nelly Korda headline

Tickets are now on sale for the Chevron Championship, which begins a new era this spring at The Club at Carlton Woods in Texas. → Read More

Grateful Lindsey McCurdy battles back from debilitating bowel disease to begin sixth season on Epson Tour

Lindsey was given a diagnosis of ulcerative colitis, a disease of the large intestine. There is no known cure. → Read More

Newlywed Lydia Ko wins again in Saudi Arabia to open her 2023 season with another big check

Life is so good for Lydia Ko right now that she sometimes wonders if it’s real. → Read More

Meet some of the longest-standing and successful player/caddie duos on the LPGA

Here’s a list of players and caddies who have found a good rhythm and seem to be in it for the long haul. → Read More

World No. 3 Minjee Lee, like Lydia Ko, set to begin 2023 season with a new man on the bag

Lee, an eight-time winner on the LPGA, begins her ninth season on tour at the Honda LPGA Thailand. → Read More

Here's how to qualify for the first U.S. Women's Open ever held at iconic Pebble Beach

Those hoping to play in one of the most iconic U.S. Women’s Opens ever staged can now start planning their journey. → Read More

Former No. 1 Stacy Lewis tabbed to lead Team USA in back-to-back Solheim Cups in 2023 and 2024

With the Solheim Cup being contested in back-to-back years, Lewis, 37, will lead the American team both in Spain and Virginia. → Read More

Meet the longest players in the women's game over the past 20 years, including three former World No. 1s

Maria Fassi topped the list last year at 279 yards. → Read More

USGA announces that men's and women's NCAA champions will now receive U.S. Open exemptions

NCAA champions will have a brand new perk for 2023: a U.S. Open exemption. → Read More

World No. 1 Lydia Ko will begin 2023 with a new caddie despite stellar comeback campaign

Ko ended 2022 with a victory tour championship, was player of the year and rose to world No. 1. → Read More