LPGA Championship – Wednesday

My Player Is Moira Dunn

Played the front nine in an off and on drizzle/rain but the course really needed the extra moisture. The greens were getting a little crusty.

We used the up tee on two to see if we could clear the pond. I give it a 9.5 on the entry. We’ll be laying-up.

As we finished on the ninth green, Rosie Jones was giving Natalie Gulbis a lesson on the green. We’ll see if it pays off.

Good sandwiches in the caddie tent this week. I mistakenly grabbed an all veggie variety on my first pick. How do people survive on that stuff? Didn’t make that mistake on round two. The ice-cream cooler arrives tomorrow.

Heard of another player that brought her swing coach along in the pro-am. Happened in Springfield and my source stated that one amateur in the group said it was the worst pro-am experience he has ever had. She was willing to answer questions but stuck with her coach the entire round. The sad part is, the pro is one of the LPGA’s top players. Not exactly the way to cultivate a fan base.

Katherine Hull withdrew from the pro-am yesterday but not by choice. She was stuck in Canada for a week trying to renew her visa.

Then there was this:

McGladrey Announces Caddie for Davis Love Contest

Past and future LPGA champs discuss history of Rochester golf

LPGA Tour Launches First App for iPhone and iPod touch


3 Responses to LPGA Championship – Wednesday

  1. Dave Andrews says:

    I thought driving ranges are the place for swing instructors and their players. 🙂 Hope the weather cooperates for you all this week. Good luck to Moira!!

  2. Cougar says:

    Saw Maria Hjorth almost hole out her tee shot on #2 from the forward tee. Landed a couple of feet from the pin, released and came back down the slope about ten feet away. Her coach was with her, but this was a practice round.

  3. LPGAFan says:

    “Another Player” at Springfield? But who, why out MW but not this one… Inquiring minds (well, nosy minds at least 🙂 want to know who…

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