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Comment from: Ronnie [Visitor]
Annika is slipping because of the pressure she is under from Paula Creamer who is the real number 2.

Annika is probably worried about the Matchplay Championships, because Paula Creamer showed that she can whip Annika or anyone's butt during her Solheim matchplay.
05/03/06 @ 13:13
Comment from: patrick [Visitor]
some shots of Annika and LPGA challengers i got three weeks ago in Stockbridge, very impressive to se her at practice ground and putting green, working like a swing machine, not an artist for sure, a great athlet, but who is her ? What does she feels really ? Impossible to say, she never put down the mask, even when she put down the sunglasses.
signs of slipping ?
hum...

http://www.pbase.com/isogood/lpga_stockbridge_april_2006&page=7

05/03/06 @ 14:03
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor]
That must be it Ronnie. After all Paula was breathing down her neck in 66th place at the Ginn.

There are many people Annika should worry about this year, but the Paula of late is not one of them. How about Lorena, Karrie, or maybe the Korean a Week Club Ronnie?
05/03/06 @ 14:23
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Sorenstam is struggling to make the cut at Kingsmill. The sharks are circling ....
05/12/06 @ 15:39
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor]
Thou speaketh too soon Shanks.
05/20/06 @ 15:21
Comment from: John Neal [Visitor]
Shanks, at the time of your writing, your blog was generous if anything.

For three weeks, Annika did not have chinks in her armor, entire plates were missing. However it appears that she used the extra two days off to find a good blacksmith. She's back in second at the Sybase at the moment, halfway through the third round.

And by the way...hello world, meet Allison Hanna, yet another new face at the top of the leaderboard.
05/21/06 @ 11:39
Comment from: John Neal [Visitor]
Spoke too soon...triple bogey on #9 :-(

05/21/06 @ 12:28
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Another Sorenstam fold on Sunday .... hello .... anybody else noticing this? Not just the missed cut on a course where she's never played really well. What would everyone be saying if Tiger played poorly from the lead on Sunday, twice in a row?
05/22/06 @ 07:45
Comment from: John Myers [Visitor]
Yes, playing poorly on the final day two tournaments in a row indicates a mental struggle. I wonder what is going on between her ears?
05/24/06 @ 17:19

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