Tag: Munoz

South America and Tour Golf

Munoz won the Sanderson Farms Championship in Jackson, Mississippi

Munoz and Niemann in Two Straight Victories for South America We can argue all we want over who invented the game of golf, or the game that eventually became golf. For the modern world, however, it is Britain, more specifically Scotland. This being a given, the game arriving on Canadian and U.S. shores is a …

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Henderson Takes Charge, Wins Lotte Championship

Henderson Takes Charge, Wins Lotte Championship

Brooke Henderson Refuses to Crack Before Pursuing Field My father used to tell us when nervy events approached that life doesn’t care if we’re afraid and that it’s coming anyway. I didn’t always master that lesson very well, but Canadian Brooke Henderson surely did. She never met my father, but must have learned it somewhere …

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Munoz Returns in Arkansas

Munoz Effects of Surgery Fading When I first checked, there was an article referring to Mi Jung Hur having taken the lead at the Walmart NW Arkansas following Friday’s round, and stretching into Saturday’s. It demonstrated to me once more that I have to keep better track of all the LPGA players. Every once in …

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Pettersen Defends in Taiwan

Suzann Pettersen

  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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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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