Tag Archives: Michelle Wie

Se Ri Pak: A Solid Second Round Leads to a Life Examined

It’s just more enjoyable, I learn to understand more golf.  I find my game, I find my life.  Everything is just all together, and it’s probably the best time.  It’s just great to be out here. – Se Ri Pak … Continue reading

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Lexi Thompson: Anatomy of a Player

Two weeks after Lexi Thompson won the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, her brother, Nicholas, came to town to try to win the CIMB Classic, the PGA Tour event, … Continue reading

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Michelle Wie: In a Good Place Now

Not a lot of quality mastery points coming out of the Memorial Tournament yet; they had a rain delay and couldn’t get all the groups done before nightfall. So they’ll be firing it up at 7:30 AM and the officials … Continue reading

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Gary Gilchrist: Catalytic Converter

I saw a post at Golf.com that longtime, next-big-thing on the PGA Tour, Charles Howell III, had changed golf coaches, “Charles Howell III has new confidence after coaching change.” And I must say, I breathed a sigh of relief for … Continue reading

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Do You Remember Shanshan Feng?

You remember, the young woman who came out of nowhere to win the Wegman’s LPGA Championship by two strokes back in June? The first Chinese woman to win an LPGA event? And, it follows, the first Chinese woman to win … Continue reading

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Women’s British Open: Thar She Blows!

The Women’s British Open at Royal Liverpool was blown out of the record books on Friday. The wind was blowing so hard the balls wouldn’t stay put on the greens. The wind was blowing so hard, the longest players couldn’t … Continue reading

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Could You Ever Have Imagined Yani Tseng in a Slump?

One of the great mysteries of professional golf this year has been the helpless slide of the LPGA Tour’s, World #1, Yani Tseng, into a slump. Last year, this young woman won 12 world-wide tournaments. And this year she started … Continue reading

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The Greenbriar and the Women’s Open: Too Much Material!

“I hit a good drive up there and hit it to about 15 feet, and first hole of the day, gave that putt a good run, missed it a touch and rolled three feet by and I missed a three-footer. … Continue reading

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2012 U.S. Women’s Open – Day 1 Notes

The U.S. Women’s Open is being played this year at Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wisconson, and there are a ton of good stories coming out of there. Right at the top of the list is Cristie Kerr shooting a flawless, … Continue reading

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U.S. Women’s Open: Coming Full Circle

The 2012 U.S. Women’s Open begins Thursday at Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wisconson, about fifty miles north of Milwaukee. This is significant because this is the tournament and this is the course that fired young Korean girls’ interest in golf … Continue reading

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