Tag: Women’s British Open

Jutanugarn Changes the Map

Jutanugarn Opens Up the World For Top Golfers Top Golf Coming from Around the Globe How things have changed from the old days. Back in the era of my childhood, the LPGA was predominantly an American affair, and the foreign golfer provided international color. Over on the men’s side, it was Arnie, Sam and Jack, …

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Majors, Grand Slams

Disappointments and Timing The great Mickey Wright is the only woman to ever garner the women’s version of golf’s grand slam. Back then, it was the Women’s U.S. Open, the LPGA Championship, the Western Open and the Titleholders. For spectators, another shot at this lofty goal has rolled around, in the form of Inbee Park, …

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Women’s British Open 2013

Inbee Park

Who’s Who and What’s What for the Women’s British Open There’s plenty of intrigue building up for the women’s version of the British Open this week, and almost everyone in the upper echelons has something good to play for, in addition to winning the tournament. If you believe that the women’s turn in Britain lacks …

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St. Andrews Prepares for the Women’s British

Ricoh Women’s British Open 2013 The famous course in Fife, Scotland, St. Andrews, is going to see a lot more women next month than it ordinarily does.  St. Andrews has hosted the Women’s British Open once before, and it was an unusual and refreshing sight to see Lorena Ochoa stand in the winner’s circle at …

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