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Who will win the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia Championship? Can Stacy Lewis win #4 of 2012?


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The LPGA resumes its schedule this week with the playing of the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia Championship. It is the first of four consecutive tournaments to be played in Asia. Tournaments in South Korea, Taiwan, and Japan will follow. All four of these tournaments will be limited field events.

This will be tournament 22 of 27 scheduled this year. Here are the key details:

For more details including my picks, and TV times:

http://mlyhlss.blogspot.com/2012/10/SimeDarbyPreview.html

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Originally Posted by crayputter

This event is like 15miles from my place.....still contemplating whether I should go tomorrow or not....

Never been a huge fan of LPGA....

Ray

Give it a shot. I used to think the same thing until I went out. Then I got hooked. Try it and let us know.

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Here are the leaders after round 1:

1- Na Yeon Choi -6
1- Karroie Webb -6
3- S.Y. Yoo -5
3- Mika Miyazato -5
3- Min Lee (a) -5
6- HY Park -4
6- Hee Won Han -4
8- Ai Miyazato -3
8- Cristie Kerr -3
8- Momoko Ueda -3
8- Jessica Korda -3
8- S.Y. Ryu - -3
8- Catrina Matthew -3

Other notables:
Lexi Thompson -2
Paula Creamer -2
Sydnee Michaels -2
Suzann Petteren Even
Brittany Lincicome Even
Natalie Gulbis +1
Se Ri Pak +3
Yani Tseng +7

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The LPGA players are more personable than the PGA guys. It is a more relaxed atmosphere, they are aware that their fans play a huge role in how the game is perceived and the overall state of the game. They are always thanking sponsors, volunteers, etc. When is the last time you heard Tiger thank volunteers?.?.?

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Here are the leaders after round 2:

1- N.Y. Choi -10
2- Sydnee Michaels -8
3- Suzann Pettersen -7
3- Lizette Salas -7
3- Momoko Ueda -7
3- Mika Miyazato -7
7- Paula Creamer -6
7- Catriana Matthew -7
7- Lindsey Wright -7
7- S.Y. Yoo -7
7- Karrie Webb -7

Other notalbles:
Ai Miyazato -5
Stacy Lewis -3
Lexi Thompson -2
Jiyai Shin -1
Michelle Wie +5
Yani Tseng +8

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Leaders after round 3:

1- Na Yeon Choi -13
2- Inbee Park - 11
3- Karrie Webb -9
4- Ai Miyazato -8
4- Suzann Pettersen -8
6- Paula Creamer -7
6- Catriona Matthew -7
6-Mika Miyazato
9- Brittany Lang -6
10- 3 players tied at -5
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Final Results:

1 Inbee Park -15 F
2 Na Yeon Choi -13 F
3 Karrie Webb -12 F
4 Catriona Matthew -11 F
5 So Yeon Ryu -10 F
6 Lindsey Wright -9 F
6 Paula Creamer -9 F
8 Jessica Korda -8 F
9 Candie Kung -7 F
9 Lizette Salas -7 F
9 a-Ariya Jutanugarn -7 F
9 Mika Miyazato -7 F
9 Ai Miyazato -7 F

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