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2014 Wal-Mart Arkansas Open: Ladies

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Again, Michelle Wie 2 strokes in front after 2 rounds of 66 each day. Others, mostly Asians and Europeans, follow. Many top golfers flop out after winning big tourney, like Marty Kaymer did, but Michelle is playing very well.   More here

http://www.lpgascoring.com/public/Leaderboard.aspx

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Again, Michelle Wie 2 strokes in front after 2 rounds of 66 each day. Others, mostly Asians and Europeans, follow. Many top golfers flop out after winning big tourney, like Marty Kaymer did, but Michelle is playing very well.   More here

http://www.lpgascoring.com/public/Leaderboard.aspx

Well, at least one of my favorite LPGA players is in the lead...Hope she wins it..

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Last two weeks, LPGA has been much more exciting than PGA.

This could be a start of something great for LPGA.

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Last two weeks, LPGA has been much more exciting than PGA.

This could be a start of something great for LPGA.

It seems the LPGA is getting a bit more press. I notice that yahoo news lately has been writing stories about Wie and the LPGA.

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Although I'm not a fan of Stacy Lewis, congrats to her! Great golf. #1 in the world.

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