Surprised by Koepka / Snedeker, but maybe a paring along the lines of Walker / Zach in the first session? Europe looks to be doing similar by breaking up Rose / Stenson to shelter their shorter / weaker players a bit. If they play Saturday afternoon, will those two be a little weary come Sunday?
Given some reactions, I wonder now if Willet's brother's tweet was calculated? Get the mouthy type fans irate so they insult the players who get mad and focused with mean 'in your face' intensity. I expect Jordan prefers civil competition, but may be aware of not poking the sleeping bear as well?
I think it's great she has other interests. It seems more guys (and girls) who focus on one sport young are developing repetitive stress injuries (hip, back, knee). More demanding tour schedules is part of it too.
Besides having a more balanced life, cross training at her age seems both good for balancing muscular development, overall conditioning, as well as giving the golf muscles a rest and chance to 'unwind'. I honestly believe if she has genuine athletic talent that if she just chips away for a few years at her current pace (with the occasional burst of activity during the summer) and then decides after her growth spurt if she wants to focus single-mindedly on golf that she'd only be a few years behind the curve.
Is her goal just to improve and she's looking to have realistic expectations / a benchmark to compare her progress to, sights set on college scholarship, or just how long it will take to beat you?