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As recently as late December, Bobbi Stricker planned to focus her 2022 competitive schedule on the Women's All-Pro Tour, a feeder circuit for the Symetra Tour, while waiting for Symetra Tour starts to come her way. In the meantime, she found opportunities to compete on the East Coast Women's Pro Golf Tour as she and her family spend the winter in Florida while her father Steve continues his recovery from a severe illness. "I just want to continue to get better," she said. Read more >Madison's Bobbi Stricker bounces back from bumpy Day 1 in professional debut to pull within six shots of lead in ECWPGT opener

After a long offseason in which she decompressed after finishing third on the 2021 Symetra Tour money list, settled into a new apartment in St. Paul, Minn., and hired an agent – her older brother Charlie – Casey Danielson is ready to make her debut as a full-fledged member of the LPGA Tour when she tees it up Jan. 27 in the Gainbridge LPGA in Boca Raton, Fla. Read more >'I feel like I'm ready to go': Casey Danielson's next journey in golf begins this month on the LPGA Tour

Casey Danielson has been a star at every level of golf, first as a four-time WIAA state champion at Osceola High School, then as a member of Stanford University’s 2015 NCAA championship team, then as a young professional who progressed steadily on the Symetra Tour and broke through with two victories this year. Now, the 26-year-old Danielson is getting ready for the next step: the LPGA Tour.  Read more >Osceola's Casey Danielson ready to 'see what all the hype is all about' on the LPGA Tour in 2022

Wisconsin's Martha Nause became a touring professional almost by default, and if not for the encouragement of friends and her parents to try something totally off the wall – and tutoring from legendary golf teacher Manuel de la Torre – she might be studying whales somewhere off the Alaskan coast, which is what she did the summer before she turned pro. You won’t find many stories like Martha Nause’s in pro golf these days. Read more >'Wouldn't it be cool to be a professional athlete?' With lessons from a legend, Martha Nause forged a 22-year career on the LPGA Tour

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. — Tess Hackworthy got up-and-down for par on the 18th hole Sunday at the LPGA Symetra Tour Qualifying School Tournament, finishing off a final-round 75 that gave her a 3-over-par 291 total and helped her join 10 other golfers in making it to Stage II on the number. Less than an hour earlier, Bobbi Stricker wrapped up an unforgettable week with father/caddie Steve by struggling to a final-round 79 that left her six strokes shy of advancing. Read more >Tess Hackworthy advances to Stage II of LPGA Q-School and knows former UW teammate Bobbi Stricker will join her one day

PALM DESERT, Calif. — As Bobbi Stricker was preparing for her LPGA Tour Qualifying School debut earlier this week, the familiar fella that the former University of Wisconsin golfer has caddying for her in the desert regaled his daughter with a story from his own Q-School debut more than 30 y… Read more >Madison's Bobbi Stricker stays cool in the face of adversity, joins former Badgers teammate Tess Hackworthy in surviving cut at LPGA Q-School

Casey Danielson's victory at the Donald Ross Classic in French Lick, Ind., pushed her season earnings to $77,034 and moved her to No. 1 on the 2021 Volvik Race for the Card. The top 10 on the money list at the end of the season will earn exempt status on the LPGA Tour in 2022. After finishing 35th, 23rd and 18th in her first three seasons on the Symetra Tour, she is tantalizingly close to realizing her lifelong dream. Read more >Osceola's Casey Danielson seizes her second victory of the season on the Symetra Tour, moving her closer to earning LPGA Tour card

The Osceola native broke through and won for the first time in her four years on the LPGA's developmental tour, birdieing three of her final five holes to force a playoff with Fatima Fernandez Cano before winning with a birdie on No. 18 on the second extra hole. The victory helped her climb 17 spots in the “Race for the Card” to No. 5. Read more >What's a little playoff between friends? For Osceola's Casey Danielson, it's the springboard to her first Symetra Tour victory

This marks the fourth full season on the Symetra Tour for 25-year-old Casey Danielson of Osceola. In 42 career starts since turning professional in 2017 after graduating from Stanford, the four-time WIAA state champion has 13 top-10 finishes, including eight in the top five. Read more >Road to the LPGA Tour brings Osceola's Casey Danielson to Symetra Tour event in Beaumont, Calif. But the big show isn't far away.

Casey Danielson has never been a golfer driven by results, but the result of her work Friday at Morongo Golf Club will, if nothing else, drive her to look forward to the start of the 2021 Symetra Tour season with even greater anticipation. Read more >With two birdies in her last three holes, Osceola's Casey Danielson rallies to win Cactus Tour event for second pro victory

LONGWOOD, Fla. — Casey Danielson keeps knocking on the door of the victory she believes she needs to secure over the final weeks of the 2020 Symetra Tour season to secure exempt status on the LPGA Tour in 2021. Read more >Osceola's Casey Danielson shoots bogey-free 68, but comes up one shot shy of first Symetra Tour win for second time in last month

Casey Danielson was having trouble focusing on the task at hand Sunday morning in Beaumont, Calif., warming up for a run at her first career Symetra Tour victory at the IOA Championship, because Sophia Popov — her roommate at last week's event in Mesa, Ariz. — was being a major distraction a… Read more >Inspired by friend Sophia Popov's unlikely British Open victory, Osceola's Casey Danielson bags second straight top-five on Symetra Tour

BEAUMONT, Calif. — Casey Danielson rolled into southern California for this week's IOA Championship at Tukwet Canyon Golf Club with the idea of moving closer to graduating to the LPGA Tour in 2021. It's becoming a very real possibility. Read more >Casey Danielson again in contention for first Symetra Tour win; Tess Hackworthy makes first cut

Casey Danielson got more than a little swing reinforcement last week when she went back to Stanford University, her alma mater, and worked with volunteer assistant coach Kathryn Imrie ahead of this week's event on the Symetra Tour. Read more >Borrowed putter is a keeper as Osceola's Casey Danielson rallies for career-best runner-up finish at Symetra Tour event in Arizona

Even though Cassandra Meyer was a member of the 2006 U.S. Junior Ryder Cup team and played professionally on the Symetra Tour, no one knows what to expect from her when she tees it up Tuesday in the first round of the 24th Wisconsin State Women’s Open at The Legend at Brandybrook in Wales. Including Meyer. Read more >Cassandra Meyer bombs it on the World Long Drive Tour, but at the State Women's Open this week she hopes to show her whole game

WATERFORD – Joyce Malison is cooling off in the clubhouse at Rivermoor Golf Club after playing 18 holes under a hot sun when Bryan Brotchie, the head PGA professional, approaches her and peels off a couple $5 bills and a small pile of singles from a wad of cash. Read more >At 86, LPGA pioneer Joyce Malison of Waterford still plays golf every day. And like in the 1950s, don't bet against her.

It is quite possible Tess Hackworthy will not play competitive golf in Wisconsin during 2020, which means that the former University of Wisconsin golfer will not compete for a fifth consecutive Wisconsin State Women's Open title and that there will not be a PHC Classic on the Symetra Tour. Read more >Former Badger Tess Hackworthy talks about earning her first paycheck, not being able defend at Wisconsin State Women's Open

Harrison Ott of Brookfield, Sarah Busey of Racine and Jack Schultz of Whitefish Bay are three of the many Wisconsin golfers whose summer schedules are built on the idea of having a chance to qualify for United States Golf Association events. Read more >Wisconsin golfers will miss opportunity to qualify after USGA announces exemption-only fields for 2020 U.S. Ams, U.S. Opens

Women's college golf seniors recently given the option of staying in school for one more year after their spring season was canceled by the COVID-19 pandemic were thrown yet another curveball Thursday when those who are considering a professional career learned that the LPGA Tour and Symetra… Read more >LPGA Tour/Symetra Tour Qualifying School gets major makeover for 2020 after Symetra Tour is forced to postpone five more events due to the coronavirus

Wisconsin will be one of 13 states Symetra Tour golfers will travel to during 2020 on the “Road to the LPGA," officials announced Thursday as they unveiled the schedule for the 40th season of the LPGA's developmental tour. Read more >PHC Classic returns to Brown Deer Park in Milwaukee Aug. 7-9 as Symetra Tour releases 2020 schedule

Casey Danielson came away from the grueling LPGA Tour Q-Series without status on the LPGA Tour in 2020, but that doesn't mean the Osceola native came away from the 144-hole, two-week grind empty-handed. Read more >Undaunted by LPGA Q-Series setback, Osceola's Casey Danielson takes aim at another run at top 10 on Symetra Tour

In the dividing up the duties each week on the Symetra Tour, caddie Austin Gaugert is charged with keeping an eye on the scoreboard while golfer Casey Danielson assumes responsibility for keeping an eye on her golf ball. Read more >Sunday chase, fourth-place showing at Guardian Championship have Osceola's Casey Danielson eyeing strong finish on Symetra Tour

MILWAUKEE — Casey Danielson and Austin Gaugert were just kids, hanging out at junior golf tournaments with their brothers and sisters and mutual friend Jordan Niebrugge, intense beyond their years on the course but fun-loving goofballs off it. Read more >Casey Danielson and caddie Austin Gaugert, friends going back to junior golf, make a good team on the Symetra Tour

SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. — After spending four days in the blazing heat of Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club trying to climb the leaderboard at the U.S. Senior Women's Open, Becky Iverson was ready to head home to Madison and settle back into her life as the director of golf at Bridges Golf Course. Read more >It's back to work for Madison's Becky Iverson after she leads three Wisconsin golfers in top 30 with tie for 14th place at U.S. Senior Women's Open

There were 28 birdies and one eagle recorded Saturday on the 18th hole at Atlanta National Golf Club in Milton, Georgia, during the final round of the IOA Championship and Casey Danielson figured she would need to join the list to have a chance at her first Symetra Tour victory. Read more >Bogey on final hole keeps Casey Danielson out of Symetra Tour playoff, but Osceola native sees progress in another top-five finish

While there is no guarantee the U.S. Open will someday return, the United States Golf Association has demonstrated its ongoing commitment to Erin Hills by awarding the public course in the town of Erin two more of its prized championships. Read more >Erin Hills to host two more USGA championships: the 2022 U.S. Mid-Amateur and the 2025 U.S. Women's Open