Tag: CME

Henderson Opens Window to Canadian History

Brooke Henderson’s Strong 2018 Showing Points to Historical Triumphs How many articles can an industry of writers produce on Brooke Henderson? As it turns out, there is still much to say, considering the fact that she produces new sources of material on a consistent basis. She keeps winning, and we keep writing. Last April, she …

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Rankin, Thompson, Jutanugarn – CME and History

Lexi Thompson Wins CME, Jutanugarn 1 million, Rankin Presides The CME, and the “Race” to it, all ended yesterday, and it signaled the end of the LPGA year. While that is, in a sense, sad, as I miss a full slate of golf over the winter, the tour is now strong enough to tide me …

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Lexi and Her Miserable, Horrible Great Year

Two-foot Putts are Everywhere in Life. It was a Real One for Lexi Thompson Every one of us, at some time in our lives, has been faced with a two-footer, even those who have never set foot on a golf course (poor things). Sometimes the stakes aren’t nearly as titanic as we think they are, …

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Kerr Takes Finale

Kerr Victor at CME Group Tour Championship I’m still getting used to the kind of money that’s getting thrown around these days on the various golf tours, and even though I know that the LPGA is running behind the deep treasure chests of the PGA, it’s still eye-popping to see how the winners and almost …

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LPGA and Wounded Warriors

LPGA Makes Wounded Warriors Important As the major tours have gone about their weekly regimens through the years, I have watched various versions of “Wounded Warriors” this and “Wounded Warriors” that go by with them. From what the name implies, I had a pretty good grip on the gist of the organization, but living in …

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Lydia Ko – Another “Youngest To”

Lydia Ko Becomes Youngest to Win Handa Australian After a climate delay, four days of oppressive humidity, and some trade-off eagles, one pitched in, Lydia Ko pulled away from Amy Yang and Ariya Jutanugarn to win the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open for an auspicious start in 2015. It seems a continuation of 2014, when …

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