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Comment from: Candace Polski [Visitor]
Here, here! Great golf, and great viewing all weekend! Kudos to the U.S. Women, especially Rosie and Julie, who really stepped up at key times the first two days. Now THAT was two veteran players who contributed to the team! Captain Nancy's choices were dead weight - but the rest of the team was good enough to carry them to a win anyway.

The MVP of the tournament for the U.S. was most certainly Paula. What a great weekend of golf from her! I can't remember who wrote in to say this, but I am reminded of their comment now: look out Europe. With Paula around for a long time, and Morgan and Michelle joining the team soon (probably next Cup in Europe), it's going to be a while before you enjoy winning again. Pick that out of your braces, Nilsmark!

USA! USA! USA!
09/12/05 @ 00:14
Comment from: Sandy [Visitor]
Great Article! I'm disappointed it wasn't longer, 17 sentences to sum up an American victory, seems meek for the accomplishment. Somehow I suspect that the Ryder Cup will get more coverage.
09/12/05 @ 14:37
Comment from: Norman [Visitor]
The other networks should really pick up on this event.

The excitement there was manic, and the crowd were LOUD!!!!
09/12/05 @ 18:36

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