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Drama at the Open, the U.S. Women’s Open

by Jeff Skinner Last Sunday at Pinehurst there was plenty of complaining about the lack of drama as Martin Kaymer ran away with the U.S. Open title. Today will be quite different. The U.S. Women’s Open is primed to give us plenty of drama. Big names, no names, old names, young names…we have them all at the top of the leaderboard. Michelle Wie and Amy Yang are tied for the lead at two under par and the only two players… Continue Reading

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Michelle Wie Leads an Exciting U.S. Women’s Open

by Jeff Skinner The 2014 golf season just keeps getting better for the LPGA. With new tournaments, new sponsors, fresh new faces and plenty of publicity the U.S. Women’s Open started with much anticipation. So far it hasn’t disappointed at all. With the women following the men at Pinehurst No.2 Mike Whan couldn’t have written a better script for the first two rounds. He should send the USGA a big thank you note. The week started with plenty of buzz… Continue Reading

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Lucy Li Has Fun at U.S. Women’s Open

by Jeff Skinner From afar Lucy Li’s scorecard may look like the youngster had a disappointing day. To the uninformed it may appear like an opening 8 over par 78 in the U.S. Women’s Open would mean a demoralizing start. But this is Lucy Li. A precocious eleven year old who isn’t here to make history but rather to have fun. So even though she started her day with a double bogey 7 and had plenty of trouble on the… Continue Reading

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