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  1. I plan to watch as much as I can!
  2. Nelly Korda may prove that she's the better of the Korda sisters this week. She leads by two.
  3. PGA Tour Working On Program to Provide Access For College Stars | Golf Channel The PGA Tour might soon have a new feeder system – college golf. Two quotes stand out to me. … and… Making the leap from college to the pros often happens at a terrible time of year. Either you bail on your team mid-way through the season (in November or thereabouts), or you are stuck trying to make it as a pro with status on no Tour after the NCAA tournament in May.
  4. This is several days old, but June 14-17 I got to caddie in The Decatur-Forsyth Classic, an event in the LPGA's developmental Symetra Tour. Held in Decatur, IL, the Classic is the oldest continuous event on the Symetra Tour. I got to caddie for Grace Na, from Alameda, CA. A four-time All-American from Pepperdine University, this is her second year as a pro. Because Symetra prize money is not that high, most of us locally sourced caddies volunteered for free. Likewise, Decatur host families housed many of the tournament golfers for the week. Caddies are quite a mix: Some of the w
  5. https://www.golfdigest.com/story/rules-violation-causes-lpga-veteran-lee-anne-pace-to-be-disqualified-mid-round She damaged the club outside of normal usage (slammed in a bit of anger), and played shots with it.
  6. The Midland Country Club will help the LPGA make history in 2019, providing the backdrop for the first official team event in the tour's history. The Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational, a 72-hole team event, will become part of the LPGA tour July 17-20, 2019, at the Midland Country Club, LPGA officials announced Thursday at the Midland Country Club. Dow Chemical Company agreed to sponsor the event for its first five years. "Dow is a company about innovation, and they wanted to do something new and innovative," LPGA Chief Commercial Officer Jon Podany said. "There has been interest
  7. http://www.golf.com/tour-news/2017/06/01/rules-arent-made-be-broken Quotes in red are from the article… No. 1. Video should be used in rules disputes almost never. No. 2. Magnified video should never be used at all. No. 3. The rules officials at the PGA Tour/USGA/LPGA should be ashamed of themselves for hijacking these events. No. 4. Penalties should not be assigned after players sign their scorecards. No. 5. TV viewers at home (and who are these people anyhow?) should not be permitted to influence the outcome of a golf tournament, as it is unfair to the players who get more TV time,
  8. I live about 30 minutes from the Trump course in Bedminster where the US Women's Open is being played. You can get 4 tickets for $100 but I have had no takers on going to the US Open, even for a half day to watch the players and see the course. When I mention the players I would like to see most golfers recognize Michelle Wie but I get a blank stare for most of the other top female golfers. Perhaps it is the lack of many notable US female golfers or most people want to watch only the best on the men's PGA Tour. It seems a shame since the competition can be tough and the tournament exciti
  9. So I notice the commentators all rave about Lyida Ko's putting. But looking through her stats, she hits a ton of greens - especially considering her driving distance. So in a sense, if she's that good with her approach shots, she's likely hitting more than her share close and having tighter average proximity for her first putts. So you'd expect her to have a low PPGIR. And she is number one in that stat, probably because she's a good ballstriker and putter. Who you wouldn't expect to have a really low PPGIR is Julie Yang. Now I don't know who she is, but for the past two years she ha
  10. With In Bee Park's win in Mexico last week, the battle for supremacy between Ko & Park comes down to the last 2015 LPGA tournament. Here are what's at stake, caveat - best to my knowledge. Number 1 world ranking - the ranking difference (12.4/Ko vs 12.31/Park) is so small that whoever finishes ahead of the other is most likely end the year with the #1 world ranking. Scoring average - Ko (2nd, 69.449) needs to finish 2 strokes better than Park (1st, 69.433) and Ko will claim the title. $1M CME bonus - either one gets it with a win, or higher finish than the othe
  11. I have not seen this before from Stacey or any top LPGA or PGA players. This season alone, Stacey has 6 second place finishes, and 2 third finishes without a win. Yesterday, she blew another win, disintegrating on back 9 on Blue Bay Classic held in China. She had a 2 stroke lead but folded under pressure, missing number of makeable putts down the stretch. This is coming from a former number 1 players who won 4 times last year. Is it the age (gets tired by the 4th round)? Pressure? Just not being lucky? I feel sorry for her and hope that she wins the big one at the end to compensa
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