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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