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Where are the claws?...

Last weekend Tiger Woods was news, as usual. Nevertheless, world number 1 draw media attention for a very particular issue which had nothing to do with his golf skills. Tiger married Elin Nordegren in 2004 . They have two kids : Sam (2 years) and Charlie (9 months). On Friday morning  TV stations and websites reported the accident Tiger had near his home in Isleworth, one of the most exclusive golfing communities. Apparently, Woods crashed his Cadillac Escalade into a hydrant and then a tree; the... Read More »

Anna Nordqvist Wins Tour Championship...

LPGA Tour rookie Anna Nordqvist won the season-ending Tour Championship, capping off a year in which she started with limited playing privileges on the Tour and went on to also win the LPGA Championship, finish second in the Rookie of the Year race and end the season 15th on the official LPGA money list. The Tour Championship, played for the first time in Houston, Texas, was delayed several times by rain and eventually shortened to 54 holes. With the final round played on Monday, November 23, Nordqvist... Read More »

Nail biting!!!...

The last season’s tourney was cut to 54 holes after a terrible washout in Texas. On Friday play was suspended several times until it was announced that it wasn’t going to be possible to continue. Saturday was a bummer since no one played at all, which left almost everybody without even starting the second round. Finally on Sunday the players finished what was supposed to happen on Friday. Today the third round was played and what a season ending tournament it was! This event replaced the ADT... Read More »

Half a loaf is better than none...

Finally the LPGA announced it’s 2010 schedule; and even when there aren’t 25 events, as Zayra Calderon aimed, players, directors and fans should be happy to know that there won’t be less than 20. The LPGA Korea didn’t set a date or a specific place to be held, still it’s listed on the official document. Next season starts on February 18 with the Honda PTT LPGA Thailand; the tour will stay in Asia one more week after that thanks to the renewal of the HSBC Women’s Championship. March... Read More »

Felicidades Michelle!...

Great last day here in Guadalajara the people was amazing to all the players and the game was just amazing. Seems like every year the LOI improves and the team involved with the organization has done a fantastic job! Morgan Pressel shot the best round of the day with a 67, 5 under, and finished T3. Michelle started the day as co-leader along with fellow American Cristie Kerr at 10 under. Different from other tournaments, in which she had been in contention, Wie stayed focus from beginning to end... Read More »

Michelle Wie wins Lorena Ochoa Invitational 2009...

Her fans have been waiting a long time for this moment. After years of anticipation, and waiting the child star prodigy has finally made good, and has taken out her first LPGA title at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational held at the Guadalajara Country Club in Guadalajara, Mexico. The 20-year-old Korean-American, fired a three-under par 69 on the final day to win. Michelle shot rounds of (70 66 70 69) for a total of 275 or 13-under-par over the four days. Coming in 2nd was Paula Creamer who finished at... Read More »

Sweet youth!...

She’s a 21 year old from South Korea and she managed to make it to the top of the Lorena Ochoa Invitational. Jiyai Shin, who’s already clinched the Rookie of the Year Award, is seeking to become the LPGA’S best player this year, which will end with Mexico’s Lorena Ochoa three year’s streak as Player of the Year. The LOI is the last stop of the LPGA in Mexico this year. Shin didn’t have a single mistake in the second round and she made 6 birdies un holes 3, 7, 9, 13, 14 and 15. She was... Read More »

Bo-bae Song wins Mizuno Classic 2009...

Song Bo-bae claimed her first LPGA victory the Mizuno Classic held this year at the Kintetsu Kashikojima Country Club, Japan. The 23-year-old scored a 68 on the final day to take her to 15-under-par (201) total for the tournament and a three-stroke win over Lorena Ochoa, Brittany Lang and Park Hee-young, who each scored 12-under total (204). Shin Ji-yai, the defending champion of the Mizuno Classic, finished in a tie for fifth with Yani Tseng, Jeon Mi-jeong and Park In-bee at 11-under-par 205. This... Read More »

Chasing Se Ri...

Jiyai Shin There is a new shining light on the LPGA. As the season winds down to its conclusion, budding Korean superstar Jiyai Shin has a legitimate chance to end the 2009 season atop the Player of the Year and Money Lists. If this comes to fruition, she will achieve what no other Korean has, not even the Hall of Famer Se Ri Pak. Jiyai would stand alone among the Korean Wave of LPGA champions as the only player to top the Money List or win the coveted Player of the Year award. But oddly, although... Read More »