A Woman’s Touch

mulligan, 26 August 2006, Comments Off on A Woman’s Touch
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Thanks to The Golf Blog for inviting me to provide a woman’s perspective on all things golf. I’m not sure how often I will be blogging, but I hope to have fun with it.

As a lady golfer, I have always been impressed with the LPGA golfers who come to the Wendy’s Championship for Children at Tartan Fields in Dublin, Ohio. Today was no different. I sat with my two daughters around the 18th green, and we saw a lot of birdies there. Lots of greens at Tartan are 2-tiered and the 18th is a dozy, which would drive me a little crazy. Lorena Ochoa shot an impressive 64 today. Her game is on, and I wonder if anybody can catch her. Ai Miyazato (who is tied for third with Stacy Prammansudh) birdied her last 3 holes trying to close that gap. I liked her strong finish. Earlier in the day, it looked like the Korean golfers were dominating the leader board, but now there is some variety up there.

Fashion Alert: Talking about the Koreans, I was noticing that they all wear long pants or capris, while the young Americans tend to wear the fashionable golf skirts. Maybe on this hot humid day, that affected the Koreans somehow. But the PGA men always play in pants. I like that the women have a more varied wardrobe on and off the golf course! Sorry guys! Paula Creamer stands out as one of the best dressed on the course!! Hope she catches up to Ochoa so we don’t have a total blow out tomorrow.


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