Tag Archive: Pettersen

Feb 14

Flags of the Tour

Flags of the Tour On Display at Australian Open The Australian Open finished its second round today, that is to say tomorrow, taking time zones into account, and as I study the LPGA web site leader board, a few observations jump out at me. For example, Sweden’s Caroline Hedwall and Australia’s Minja Lee were leading …

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Nov 21

Lydia Ko – Just Getting Started

  Lydia Ko Starts Her LPGA Career     How time flies. Lydia Ko is sixteen this year – it seems just yesterday that she was fourteen, a couple of Canadian Opens and two other wins ago. As every serious golf fan knows by now, Lydia put in her application for pro status, and received …

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Nov 16

The Ochoa-Pick a Winner, I Dare you

Leaderboard at The Lorena Ochoa Packed I have never been to Guadalajara, but it’s still on the “places to go” list. The closest I’ve come is meeting Lorena Ochoa once. My impression is that unless you want to party and do something noisy and festive, Guadalajara is a serene place – but maybe not so …

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Oct 27

Pettersen Defends in Taiwan

  Suzann Pettersen Wins Again     Did you hear the latest? Suzann Pettersen has won another tournament this week (yawn). She won it by five strokes, going away (uh-huh). That’s her fourth win this year on the LPGA, isn’t it – or is it her fifth? (So, what did you expect?) Oh, c’mon, I …

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Oct 10

Sime Darby LPGA Malaysian

Sime Darby LPGA Malaysian – with Malaysian Golfers! The last time I gave much thought to Malaysia, I was making a mental note never to go there. That was many decades ago, when you could walk in with a prescription drug, lose the bottle, and end up in front of a firing squad, or some …

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Sep 02

What I Saw at the Safeway Classic

The Safeway Classic 2013 I got to see the vast majority of great female golfers yesterday at Columbia Edgewater in Portland, Oregon, and although I’m not wise in the technical details of great golf, I did come away with some deep impressions, some humorous, some thought-provoking and almost all of an abstract nature – and, …

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Aug 15

Thoughts on the European Solheim Team

Europe Fields a Young Team for Solheim 2013 The U.S. Solheim team is bringing a lot of talent to Colorado, no doubt about it. However, captain Meg Mallon remembers times in the past when young European teams with anonymous faces beat the Americans. These days, it doesn’t matter if you know the names or not …

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