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Evian, Creamer and Kupcho – Trajectories

Paula Creame

Evian Sees Strong Start by Creamer, Strong Finish by Kupcho Another Evian has come and gone. Despite begin accustomed to seeing a host of Korean golfers in contention, circumstances following the third round seemed profound. I joked with the idea of putting people as teams  on podiums, as we do in the Olympics. Five or …

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Angela Stanford Earns Major Wish

Angela Stanford

Angela Stanford Wins the Evian, First Major of Career The LPGA took an emotional turn this week at the Evian, first categorized as one of the tour’s majors in 2013. The United States preserved a streak of having one of its golfers win at least one major of the season when Angela Stanford came from …

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Verchenova -New Look to Game

Russian Golfer Verchenova Bringing Back the Old World Did anyone notice that a Russian woman finished tied for 16th in the golf events at Rio? Whether we did or not, a lot of Russians did, and even though Maria Verchenova was late arriving back in Moscow, a group of star-struck children were waiting faithfully for …

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Comparing Lydia Ko

Lydia Ko Not Quite Like Anyone Else All right, so Super-Kid did it again. She’s just turned 18, and won the Evian Championship going away. She did it with rounds of 69 – 69 – 67 – 63. Even without the big finish, in which she didn’t miss any greens in most peoples’ memories, barely …

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Hyo Joo Kim at Evian

Hyo Joo Kim

Hyo Joo Kim at Evian – Still Here? Last Round of Evian – Is 61 enough? When I mentioned the possibility of Hyo Joo Kim’s 61 on the first round of the Evian being a good strategy – steal the tournament on the first day, and make everyone else play for second – I was …

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Hyo Joo Kim

Hyo Joo Kim

Hyo Joo Kim’s 61, Michelle’s WD at Evian The LPGA witnessed another first by a young magician today, as Hyo Joo Kim, a pro since last year, shot a record-breaking 61 in the first round of the Evian Championship, the next major in the LPGA’s season It was a course record, a tournament record, and …

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