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Comment from: Seriously [Visitor]
I think I remember reading in Rick Reilly's "Who's Your Caddy?" when he caddied for Jill McGill (I think) someone saying that women tend to play better when pregnant? Is this true?
09/07/05 @ 23:39
Comment from: Jennifer Mario [Member] Email
Well, I can't speak for all women, but I know I didn't. During my pregnancies (and I played through two of them), my drives became much shorter than normal, maybe just because I lost muscle strength.

But I've heard that some women actually prefer playing when pregnant, because their center of gravity is lower and more stable, and you can be more conscious of making a good turn around that big belly.
09/09/05 @ 00:08
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
LOL Jennifer - I wish someone could teach ME how to make a good turn around MY big belly!!! Probably it'd be enought to get my handicap back into the single digits again!!!! ;)

Keep up the great bloggin'
09/09/05 @ 16:37

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