Archives for: June 2005

Michelle Wie should ask herself: What would Tiger do?

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TravelGolf has broken all the rules of golf-writing the last few days by not mentioning?not once all week?Tiger Woods. Well, I guess if nobody?s gonna do it, I?d better step up. Lucky for me, Tiger just made it very easy by weighing in on… more »

Annika Sorenstam says: "Six strokes is nothing"

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Annika?s chances at the Grand Slam are looking a little less certain, after her bogey, bogey, bogey finish yesterday. She ended up +4, leaving her six strokes behind unlikely leader Nicole Perrot of Chile. Still, she seems unfazed. In her post-round… more »

U.S. Women's Open is underway, and already full of stories

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The top story is, of course, the top of the leaderboard. As of this writing, that spot is currently taken by amateur Brittany Lang, a 19-year-old Blue Devil from McKinney, Texas. Could we end up with another Se Ri Pak/Jenny Chuasiriporn playoff, a la… more »

U.S. Open over; U.S. Women's Open on the way

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Michael Campbell didn?t just win a giant trophy on Sunday. He also took home $1,125,000, exempt status on the PGA Tour for the next five years, invitations to the next five Masters, British Opens, Players Championships, and PGA Championships, and invit… more »

This just in: Chris Baldwin not as dumb as he looks

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Chris Baldwin's on the warpath again. He's taking a break from ranting about Stallion Mountain and now he's after me instead. For whatever reason, my giant crush on Retief Goosen has really gotten his panties in a wad. Jealous, maybe? But turns out he… more »

Win or lose, Retief Goosen's at the top of my leaderboard

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A couple of days before the Open, a fellow TravelGolfer asked me my pick. ?Tiger Woods is the obvious answer,? I replied, ?but that Retief Goosen. He?s really something. He?s the defending champion and all. He?s got something to prove. I gues… more »

Annika Sorenstam v. Danica Patrick: who deserves it more?

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I had a great time the other day chatting with Roc and Manuch on their Calling All Sports radio show (ESPN Radio's Phoenix affiliate). The conversation? Annika versus Danica. Why does Danica, with one big race to her name, get all that press, while Annik… more »

Calling all sports fans: Token Chick hits the airwaves

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Calling All Sports fans! Yours Truly will be a guest today on ESPN Radio's Phoenix affiliate, ESPN 860, on the Calling All Sports with Roc and Manuch show. You can listen from the comfort of your own browser at On Air Sports. Show starts at 2 pm Ph… more »

Annika Sorenstam three-peats; Michelle Wie proves herself

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It?s been a whirlwind weekend. Annika swept the McDonald's LPGA Championship, making her the first LPGA player ever to three-peat a major. She has declared that this year?s goal is the elusive Grand Slam. Now she?s halfway there, and she?s shown… more »

What do McDonald's and the LPGA have in common?

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And speaking of the McDonald's LPGA Championship Presented by Coca-Cola, here's one for you that falls in the "unintentional comedy" category: Ronald McDonald is now a fitness guru, promoting fitness among kids. I wonder why they didn?t go with, say… more »

4 reasons to watch the McDonald's LPGA Championship

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It?s shaping up to be a great week in women?s golf. Why? Because the LPGA Championship?oops, I mean the McDonald's LPGA Championship Presented by Coca-Cola, will be played this weekend. Normally that wouldn?t cause such a big blip on my golf… more »

Sandbaggers beware: we're onto you

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Tired of sandbaggers blowing the curve in your golf tournaments? Well I just read the latest Golf for Women magazine, and received the most useful tip I?ve ever gotten from a magazine: how to verify handicaps. That?s right, you can go to the USGA more »
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