Golf in Morocco, Ochoa on Annika Sorenstam's legacy, new TravelGolf.com National Correspondent Tom Spousta
“There’s only about a dozen or so golf courses there,” Tucker says. “The courses are pretty old, so they’ve had golf for a while. The course I played was a Robert Trent Jones design from the 1960s.
The upcoming ADT Championship is the last LPGA Tour event of Annika Sorenstam’s career. Berner plays a series of questions recently put to world No. 1 women’s golfer Lorena Ochoa about Sorenstam’s legacy.
Plus, Berner talks to TravelGolf.com’s new national correspondent, Tom Spousta.
“I started covering golf when I first moved to Florida almost 20 years ago,” Spousta says. “I worked for USA Today, where I covered the PGA Tour and other tours, and I’ve written for The New York Times.”
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