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Old 01-27-2014, 04:11 PM   #1
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Natalie Gulbis 2014 Outlook

from my blog: Natalie Gulbis Looks To 2014 LPGA Season | Fairways and Forehands



Natalie Gulbis sat down with the good folks at Golfing World to talk about her outlook for the 2014 season. The 2007 Evian Masters winner showed promise with a tie for 9th at the 2013 Ricoh Women’s British Open. She had a shaky start at the 2014 Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic. She was 2-under for rounds 1, 2 and 4 combined, but a 3rd round 82 sunk her chances. The same thing happened at the CME Group Titleholders. Natalie was lighting up the course, going 11-under through the first 3 rounds. Then a final round 82 sabotaged all of her great play. Hopefully, she’ll bounce back this year and avoid that one round that tends to get in the way of a good tournament. If she can, she still has the ability to go low.



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Most of the damage in Natalie's third round was caused by a quadruple bogey 9 on a par 5 and a double bogey 6 on a par 4 shortly after that.
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Thanks for posting BKB I get way too emotional when I see Natalie faltering on the course the way she has in her last two tournaments. However, I am sure Natalie will turn things around on the Asian swing and be in top form in Phoenix at the Founders Cup. Natalie still has her army of fans to cheer her along and she will never be alone in her endeavors. Go Nat Go.
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Thanks for posting BKB I get way too emotional when I see Natalie faltering on the course the way she has in her last two tournaments. However, I am sure Natalie will turn things around on the Asian swing and be in top form in Phoenix at the Founders Cup. Natalie still has her army of fans to cheer her along and she will never be alone in her endeavors. Go Nat Go.
She had so many near-misses it's hard to imagine that magic isn't there somewhere.
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