Tag: Hull

Hull in Contention with Fiance Looking On

Charley Hull

British Sensation Hull is Hanging Tough at Mediheal, Living Life Fully It is such an interesting ride, to begin following a star in their childhood or early youth. If you become a fan, a little piece of vicarious parenting  can come along with the deal. The young phenom is likely a person we will never …

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Kang, Ko, Hull and Newbies

Kang, Ko, Hull

Everyone in LPGA Going Through Something – Kang Overcame Hers There is a case to be made for a caveat to the question, “Who is the greatest golfer on tour?” If we live in the present moment, it would be difficult to bestow that title on someone who is not currently winning, unless they triumph …

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Talent and Story, Up and Down

Talent

Careers on Tour Ebb and Flow, But Talent Remains One of the true beauties of following the golf tours is that everyone is talented, and everyone is in a different place.  It resembles the stock market. On any given day, a bunch of them are up, and a bunch of them are down, and tomorrow …

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CME Title Suddenly Up in Air

CME

New Challengers Make CME More than Two-Woman Show The LPGA is going for its big finish this Sunday, following a fun year of suspenseful week-to-week final rounds. It started in the Bahamas a few months ago, which I have always thought is a perfect place to start almost anything, especially a golf season. From there, …

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Ready for Sunday at Royal Birkdale

Almost Everyone Who Should Be Here  is Here I watched the first round of the Ricoh Women’s British Open with interest, but not with too much anxiety. The first round seems to be the time in which eager, new players shine and make a play for the lead, or at least a top spot. By …

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Wie, Thompson or Hull? Fun Final at Kraft

Lexi Thompson

YOUNG STARPOWER IN FINAL ROUND Every week with a golf tournament is fun for me, without exception, but I’m having a particularly good time with this one, because three very interesting people will shoot it out for the cup, unless of course, someone like Karrie Webb shoots a 59 and steals it, which is always …

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Women’s Canadian Open 2013

Canadian Open 2013

Women’s Canadian Features Solheim Rematch – and Then Some! The various continents that send teams of top-rated golfers to international competition must be doing it right, and so must those who set the qualifying procedures for the various tours. It seems that, for the most part, the right players are getting through – the best …

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Canadian Open and a Wake for Solheim

Caroline Hedwall

After the Solheim Ready for the Canadian Open Honestly, I did my very best to fully embrace the Canadian Open this week. It’s one of my favorite stops along the LPGA tour, and has proven to be particularly interesting in the last year or so. I always look forward to it, but this week, I couldn’t …

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Solheim Day II

Solheim Day II

Solheim Day II – Hey, What’s Going On? As I sit here, beset with the sort of tension one always experiences when they are heavily invested in the home team, it is 4:30 Pacific Coast Time, which means that it is 5:30 Mountain Time in the Rockies, in short…Colorado time. After some heroics on Friday, …

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Thoughts on the European Solheim Team

Liselotte Neumann

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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