Archive for June, 2006

U.S. Open, 6 p.m. update: beautiful course + tough conditions = high scores

Yazan: mulligan | 30 June 2006 | Comments Off
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I got a chance to watch the opening round of the Women’s U.S. Open at Newport C.C. in Rhode Island. First, I have to say the course is visually quite stunning, with a number of holes carved against the ocean and a clubhouse that looks like a palace. Today, the sailboats were in full force […]



U.S. Open, 2:30 p.m. update: Se Ri Pak, Pat Hurst, Pressel, Park, Jeong Jang tied for lead

Yazan: mulligan | 30 June 2006 | Comments Off
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Hurst, Pat -2 69Pak, Se Ri -2 69Park, Jane -2 69Jang, Jeong -2 4Pressel, Morgan -2Annika, Michelle Wie, Natalie Gulbis, Lorena Ochoa and a bunch others are at -1full board here



Who’s most (golf) fit on the LPGA?

Yazan: mulligan | 30 June 2006 | Comments Off
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As detailed here, first-round play at the U.S. Women’s Open was wiped out postponed for Thursday due to heavy fog. The apparent plan is now for 18 holes being played on Friday and Saturday, and then 36 holes on Sunday. The new schedule seems likely to favor those women golfers in the best shape (physically […]



Ryder Cup 2006 update

Yazan: mulligan | 29 June 2006 | Comments Off
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Last time around, the U.S. team got shellacked by the Euros. The team consisted of the following: Tiger WoodsPhil MickelsonDavis Love IIIJim FurykKenny PerryDavid TomsChad CampbellChris DiMarcoFred FunkChris RileyJay HaasStewart Cink If the Ryder Cup were held today, here are the Top 10 the U.S. would field: WOODS, TigerMICKELSON, PhilFURYK, JimCAMPBELL, ChadTOMS, DavidJOHNSON, ZachWETTERICH, BrettTAYLOR, […]



Fogged out: play suspended at Women’s US Open

Yazan: mulligan | 29 June 2006 | Comments Off
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Play to start tomorrow.



What happened to Paula Creamer?

Yazan: mulligan | 28 June 2006 | Comments Off
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Tom Spousta discusses in this article Paula Creamer’s “sophomore slump” and the growing demands on her time outside of golf. Snippet: “While Creamer has faltered, a talented group of young South Korean players has won eight of 15 tournaments this season. Veterans Juli Inkster and Cristie Kerr are the only Americans to win. Creamer’s swing […]



Finally on Tuesday, Curtis wins Booz Allen

Yazan: mulligan | 27 June 2006 | Comments Off
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Even though he made a bogey on the last two holes, Ben Curtis has won the Booz Allen Classic. Finishing with a 1-under par 70, Curtis won his 2nd PGA Tour title. Congrats Ben!!! I’m still waiting to see which “team” he decided to represent for the final 2 holes, but with him making 2 […]




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