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Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
Thank goodness that Michelle is not playing in this tournament. With no cut she would probably finish 50 strokes behind Lorena and still say that her score did not reflect how well she played. It seems that Michelle and the Wie Camp have taken the money and ran. I can not see her being a part time golfer and part time student for the next six years.
02/29/08 @ 13:03
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
Jennifer,
You forgot to mention that out of the one hour that is so graciously given to the LPGA gals, 38 minutes is for commercials!
02/29/08 @ 13:07
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
Well, I was close with the predication that if Michelle had played in the HSBC Championship she would have been beaten by Ochoa by 50 strokes. Na Da Ye finished 49 strokes behind Lorena. Only 13 players were under par during the four rounds and Lorena beat Annika by 11 strokes. These women are suppose to be the best players in the world? Maybe Michelle has a chance after all.
03/02/08 @ 10:41

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