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The LPGA returns this week after a short break, and moves to Japan for the playing of the Mizuno Classic. This will be the final stop on the 5 tournament Asian swing.

This week's tournament in Japan will be #26 of 28 on the 2013 LPGA schedule. The season winds down with the playing of the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Mexico, followed by the CME Group Titleholders in Naples, Fl.

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Tontij5, why so  few USA women at this tourney compared to other Asian events?

Good question. I am thinking that five straight tournaments in Asia became one too many. With a one week break last week, most Americans couldn't resist 2 weeks off.

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