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This is the LPGA at its best. It doesn't get better than this. Wie & Lexi in the final group with a Hall of Famer and a future star playing ahead of them. For those people who think the LPGA is a joke, tune in tomorrow you might learn something.
An interesting side note:   Paula Creamer tied Tiger Woods for the all time record for consecutive cuts made in major championships with 37. Tiger did it, I believe, between 1997 and 2006. Paula has never missed a major cut in her career. She also has made her last 73 cuts on the LPGA tour.
Suzann Pettersen is not in the field. She has missed the last few week's with back problems.
    Paula Creamer sank a 75 foot eagle putt on the second playoff hole to defeat Azahara Munoz and win the HSBC Champions on Sunday for her 10th career victory.   Creamer and Munoz finished 72 holes tied at 10-under 278, one stroke ahead of Karrie Webb, who led after every round but bogeyed three of her last six holes to give up a three-shot lead and finish third.    
Yes she has played well so far this year. She also finished 3rd, 24th 7th, and 11th in her last 4 tournaments last year.As strange and unusual that putting stance is, it is working. Michelle finished #113 on the LPGA in Putts per greens in regulation in 2012. She improved to 25th last year. As far as the people here that say she does not want it bad enough, I disagree. Michelle has finally found a peaceful place. She no longer has the pressure of having to live up to that...
The blonde wearing the black dress is Carly Booth....she is a member of the Ladies European Tour. I was lucky enough to get an interview with her during the British Open in St. Andrews last year.
Cheyenne Woods Stuns Field and Wins LET Tournament     Cheyenne Woods has shocked the golf world by winning the Volvic RACV Ladies Masters. The tournament which took place in Queensland Australia was the second tournament on the Ladies European Tour of the 2014 season. Woods, the 23 year old niece of Tiger Woods, finished with a 4 under par 68 to win by 2 strokes. This was the first win for Cheyenne on a major tour. This was not a weak field as it included such...
At the end of the 2013 season we found out who the eight countries were that will be competing in the International Crown that will be played in 2014. There are still some very important things that have to be decided yet. They include:   The players that will be representing their countries. The final seeding of the countries themselves. We will not know the results of the above until the Monday of the Kraft Nabisco Championship week. I have been asked many times...
A Commissioner That Really Has Made A Difference   I have been a big LPGA fan for a very long time. The first LPGA tournament I ever attended was back in 1974, and I remember following Jan Stephenson for 36 holes. The LPGA was quite popular back then, and would become even more popular in 1978 when a rookie named Nancy Lopez came onto the scene. Nancy would go on to win the Rookie of the Year, Vare Trophy, and Player of the Year in the same season. Nancy was making...
What I find ironic is I got 177 hits today from this website. I never got that many before.Thanks everyone for visiting.
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