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Lydia Ko Rights the Ship at Mediheal

Lydia Ko Rights the Ship at Mediheal

Ko Finally Wins Again at LPGA Mediheal Over the past year or so, we’ve put Lydia Ko through the ringer and on the psychiatrist’s couch, searching for an explanation. Up to that time, she has won with some regularity on the LPGA Tour, and in the beginning stunned us with international victories as an adolescent. …

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Looking for an LPGA Superstar?

Looking for an LPGA Superstar

Does Women’s Golf Have a True Superstar, or are We Still Waiting? I just finished reading an article by Randell Mell, in which he discusses the availability of superstars among the field of the LPGA. When he claims that the tour is very much deeper than it once was, he is absolutely correct. In no …

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Coping with the Slump

Coping with the Slump

When talent takes a holiday and hits a slump, what should a golfer do? When it comes to a golf slump, I’m not really the right person for making comments. My game, compared to some, looks like a slump in its default position, one that occasionally gets better, then settles back into the same old …

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Yani Tseng is Still Here

Tseng Still Appearing on Leader Boards, Despite Not Winning It’s time to drag out the old psychologist’s couch again. It’s not for Tiger, Rory, or any number of male golfing mysteries this time. It’s for Yani Tseng, who until a few years ago was the Queen of everything available for such a title in women’s …

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International Crown This Summer – Big Deal?

International Crown What Is It?   Maybe it’s because we are so ingrained into the four-day, stroke play, win-it-all on Sunday format that currently reigns over all the tours. Humans are slow to catch on to most new ideas, but honestly, we’re only a little over a month away from a new paradigm in the …

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