Monday, July 31, 2017

Ricoh Women's British Open Preview, Pairings, and More

Congratulations go out to Mi Hyang Lee for winning the inaugural playing of the Aberdeen Assets Management Ladies Scottish Open. While we were all watching the battle that was going on between the three players in the final group (Cristie Kerr, Karrie Webb, and Sei Young Kim), Lee came out of nowhere to post a final round of 6 under par 66 to take home the trophy. Lee started the weekend in 39th place, and started the final round 6 shots back. It was the second win of her LPGA career.

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This week the LPGA tour will stay in Scotland for the second consecutive week, for the playing of the Ricoh Women's British Open. Ariya Jutanugarn will be trying to defend the title she won last year in Milton Keynes, England, when she won her first Major Championship by 3 strokes over Mo Martin and Mirim Lee.

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Ariya Jutanugarn will be trying to defend the title she won last year in England.

This will be tournament #22 of 34 on this year's LPGA schedule, and fourth of five Major Championships this year.

Here are the key details:

Course:  Kingsbarns Golf Links
Location:  Fife, Scotland
Defending Champion:  Ariya Jutanugarn
Winning Score:  65-69-66-72 = 272 (-16)

Final Field:  144 players
Par:  36/36 = 72
Yardage: Not noted
Purse:  $3,250,000

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Kingsbarns Golf Links

My strength of field rating is a very solid 84% ( Up from 83% last year ). Sixty-four of the top 75 players from the LPGA Priority List and 40 of the top 50 players from the current Rolex Rankings will be teeing it up.

Here are the first round pairings.

Here are the television times:
Aug 3 - GC 6:00 AM-1:00 PM ET
Aug 4 - GC 6:00 AM-1:00 PM ET 
Aug 5 - GC 7:00 AM-11.00 AM ET
Aug 5 - NBC 11:00 AM-2:00 PM ET 
Aug 6 - GC 7:30 AM-11.30 AM ET
Aug 6 - NBC 11:30 AM-2:30 PM ET

Players most likely to win: (Top players in the field)
1- So Yeon Ryu - Always a threat to win no matter where they are playing.
2- Lexi Thompson - As always, it will come down to her putting.
3- Ariya Jutanugarn - Not playing very well right now, but her power could change things quickly.

Players to watch out for: (I'm feeling it this week)
Mo Martin - Because she always seems to play well at this tournament.
M.J. Hur - The most overlooked player on the LPGA tour right now.
Cristie Kerr - Because her ball listens to her screaming more times than not.

Longshot picks: (Not likely, but not impossible)
Emily Pedersen - Does she ever finish outside the top 25?
Georgia Hall - Because she just might be the best player on the L.E.T.
Ha Na Jang - Because I haven't written that name down in a while.


Other Tidbits:
Mi Hyung Lee's victory was the 11th win this year by a player from South Korea. What makes that even more impressive is that nine different players from that country have won. Ha Na Jang, Amy Yang, Inbee Park, Mirim Lee, So Yeon Ryu (twice), Sei Young Kim, I.K. Kim (twice), Sung Hyun Park, and Mi Hyung Lee have all won this year.

Rolex Rankings Movers of the Week:
Lexi Thompson passes Ariya Jutanugarn and is now the #2 ranked player in the world.
Sung Hyun Park moves up to #4, pushing Lydia Ko down to the #5 position. Mi Hyang Lee jumps up from #49 to #33, while Karrie Webb vaults from #106 to #67.

Race to the CME Globe:   (1 million dollars)
In the closest race in history, Lexi Thompson's 2,554 points are just 2 points better than So Yeon Ryu. Ariya Jutanugarn follows closely with 2,204 points. Sung Hyun Park (1,994) and Brooke Henderson (1,771) fill out the top five that will have their fate in their own hands come tournament time. 

Who's Hot:
Cristie Kerr's 4th place finish this week was her 6th top 5 finish of the year. Only Lexi Thompson (7) has more.

Sei Young Kim has 4 consecutive top 10 finishes.

Carlota Ciganda has eight consecutive top 25 finishes, with five of them being top tens.


Who's Not:
Beth Allen has missed 9 consecutive cuts. Xi Yu Lin has missed the cut 11 times this season in 15 starts, with her best finish to date a tie for 33rd.

UPDATE #1 - 7/31/17 6:00PM
The following players have qualified via today's qualifying tournament:
Pos Player Name Nat. Par Score
1 Ursula Wikstrom FIN -5 67
2 Paula Creamer USA -4 68
2 Ashleigh Buhai RSA -4 68
2 Tiffany Joh USA -4 68
5 Lydia Hall WAL -3 69
5 Ayako Uehara JPN -3 69
5 Min Lee TAI -3 69
5 Jing Yan CHN -3 69
5 Ally McDonald USA -3 69
5 Marissa Steen USA -3 69
5 My Leander (a) SWE -3 69
12 Isi Gabsa GER -2 70
13 Laura Davies ENG -2 70
14 Heather Macrae SCO -2 70
15 Nicole Broch Larsen DEN -2 70
16 Christine Wolf AUT -2 70
17 Amelia Lewis USA -2 70
18 Nicole Garcia RSA -2 70
19 Sally Watson SCO -2 70
20 Vikki Laing SCO -2 70
21 Stacey Peters AUS -2 70
22 Sophie Lamb (a) ENG -2 70

This Week's Trivia Question:

Only two players have successfully defended this British Open Championship. Can you name them?

For the answer to this week's trivia question press here.

Here are the leaders after round 3:

1 In-Kyung Kim -17
2 Moriya Jutanugarn -11
2 Georgia Hall -11
4 Inbee Park -10
4 Ally McDonald -10
6 Stacy Lewis -9
7 Mi Hyang Lee -8
7 Jaye Marie Green -8
7 Caroline Masson -8
7 Melissa Reid -8
7 Angel Yin -8
7 Jodi Ewart Shadoff -8
13 Ashleigh Buhai -7
13 Hyo Joo Kim -7
13 Mi Jung Hur -7
13 Michelle Wie -7
13 Karine Icher -7
13 Ai Suzuki -7
13 Jenny Shin -7
13 Chella Choi -7
13 Lexi Thompson -7

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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Surprises and Disappointments 2017 - Part 2


Back in early April I wrote who I thought were the biggest surprises and biggest disappointments of the year. The LPGA had only played 7 tournaments at that point. So much has changed since then. The LPGA has now played 21 of the 34 tournaments on this year's schedule, and I think it is time to take another look.

Biggest Surprises:

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I.K. Kim's two victories have been the year's biggest surprise
1- I.K. Kim - At the start the 2017 season many questioned I.K.'s motivation. Her pattern throughout most of the 2016 campaign was to play a couple of weeks and then take off a couple. She played in just 17 of 33 official tournaments. She was still playing quality golf, but her better days seemed to be behind her. This year has been an up and down year. She still has only played in 11 of 20 events, and most of the time hasn't played all that well (missing 4 cuts). But who expected her to be one of only 2 players to have two victories this year? Nobody! You could argue that her 2 victories were playing against the weakest fields of the year, but they are still victories and that is enough to put her on the top of my list as the year's biggest surprise.

2- Moriya Jutanugarn - While all the attention is being paid to her younger sister (Ariya), she is having one heck of a year. In 18 starts this year she has 16 top 25 finishes. That leads the LPGA. She also has 6 top ten finishes. She was always a solid player, but now she is a consistent contender that just might get that first victory soon. Last year she finished #40 on the money list, she is currently #13.

3- Cristie Kerr - Cristie had a mediocre year in 2016. She has reduced her schedule this year (she has skipped 6 of the first 20 events), and that has certainly worked in her favor. She has 5 top five finishes this year (including a victory), and that is only topped by Lexi Thompson (7), and So Yeon Ryu (6). She finished #39 on last year's money list, and currently resides at #10.

4- Danielle Kang - A two time amateur champion, superstar was written all over her from day one. She teased us from time to time with her stellar play, but she came into this year as an underachiever. This year has changed all that. She made her first win a Major Championship by winning the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. She has three top five finishes, and has improved her money list standing from #36 in 2016 to #9 this year.

5- Michelle Wie - Last year was a disaster for Michelle, as she finished #105 on the year's money list. She has turned it all around this year. In 15 starts, she has 5 top five finishes, and is #17 on the year's money list.

6- Marina Alex - A marginal player the first few years of her career, Marina has become one of the most improved players on tour. Her 4 top ten finishes, and 6 top 15's, have her in the running for a Solheim Cup pick. She is currently all the way up to #32 on the year's money list.

7- Sung Hyun Park - I put her this far down my list only because many people in the know will say this is not a surprise. Yes I know she won 7 times on the KLPGA tour last year. Success on other tours doesn't always translate into success on the LPGA. So I say show me. She showed me. Not only did she win the U.S. Open, but has 6 top tens. She has 14 top 25 finishes this year in 15 starts. She is currently #2 on the year's money list.

Honorable Mentions: Nelly Korda, Austin Ernst, Angel Yin, Katherine Kirk, Jeong Eun Lee, and Cydney Clanton.

Biggest Disappointments:
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Lydia Ko has been this year's biggest disappointment

1- Lydia Ko - It is very unusual that the year's biggest disappointment to date would have 7 top ten finishes, but our expectations for Lydia are much higher than that. The truth is she has not been in contention for most of those finishes, and a big final round made the result look better than it was.
She has just one top five finish this year, and has looked like just a shell of the player she was in the past. She started the year as the world's #1 player, and has slipped to #4. Her recent play suggests that she can fall farther. In 2016 she was #2 on the year end money list, this year she has fallen all the way down to #23.

2- Brittany Lang - Last year's U.S. Open winner has yet to get on track this year. She has made 16 starts and has yet to register a top ten finish. She must turn it around quickly as she is just barely holding on to a Solheim Cup spot. Last year she finished #9 on the money list, this year she has fallen all the way down to #58.

3 -Hee Young Park - I don't know how else to put it except to say that this has been a total collapse. In 17 starts this year, she has yet to have a top 35 finish. She has missed 11 cuts. One of the most likeable players on the LPGA tour, she has dug herself into a hole that she may not be able to climb out of. Her 2018 playing privileges are now in serious danger. Last year she finished #34 on the money list, this year she is #126.

4- Candie Kung - Always a consistent performer, it has been a struggle for Candie this year. In 17 starts she has yet to register a top 10 finish. She finished last year #25 on the money list, this year she sits at #63.

5- Na Yeon Choi - Some will say that this is not a major surprise as we saw this coming the second half of last year. What is a surprise is that in 14 starts she has failed to finish better than 43rd, and has missed 8 cuts. She currently resides at #132 on the money list.

6- Azahara Munoz - If it wasn't for Carlota Ciganda's solid play, this could have been named "The whole Spanish team," as Beatriz Recari and Belen Mozo are underperforming also. Azahara does not have a top ten finish this year in 16 starts. Her best finish is 22nd, and she has fallen all the way down to #70 on this year's money list.

Other disappointments: Mo Martin, Alison Lee, Lee-Anne Pace, Morgan Pressel, Hyo Joo Kim, and Paula Creamer.

I will revisit this subject for a final time when the LPGA completes its schedule.


This Week's Trivia Question:  (for those who might have missed it earlier).

Who are the oldest and youngest players to make the cut in an LPGA event?

For the answer to this week's trivia question press here.


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Monday, July 24, 2017

Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open Preview, Pairings, and More

Let me start out by congratulating I.K. Kim for winning the Marathon Classic. She took just 28 strokes in her first 9 holes, and really made the final 9 holes of this tournament quite boring. She would ultimately win by 4 strokes over Lexi Thompson. This was a very impressive victory.

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This week the LPGA moves to Scotland for the playing of the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open. This is the inaugural season for this event. It will be played at the Dundonald Links in North Ayrshire, Scotland. This event is co-sanctioned by both the LPGA and the LET (Ladies European Tour). This will be the first of two consecutive tournaments in Scotland on this year's LPGA Schedule. It will be followed by the Ricoh Women's British open which will be played at Kingsbarns Golf Links in  Fife.

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Dundonald Links

This will be tournament #21 of 34 on this year's LPGA schedule.

Here are the key details:

Course: Dundonald Links
Location:  North Ayrshire, Scotland
Defending Champion:  This the inaugural event
Winning Score:  N/A

Final Field:  156 players
Par:  36/36 = 72
Yardage:  6,660
Purse:  $1,500,000

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My strength of field rating is a not particularly strong 56%. Thirty-one of the top 50 players from the LPGA Priority List, and 25 of the top 50 players from the Rolex Rankings will be teeing it up. Heading up the field will be the current #1 player in the world, So Yeon Ryu. Other major stars teeing it up this week include: Ariya Jutanugarn (#2), Lydia Ko (#4), Shanshan Feng (#7), Sei Young Kim, Cristie Kerr, Minjee Lee, and Stacy Lewis. Players skipping the event this week include: Lexi Thompson (#3), Sung Hyun Park (#5), In Gee Chun (#6), Amy Yang (#9), Brooke Henderson (#10), Anna Nordqvist, Danielle Kang, Gerina Piller, and both Jessica and Nelly Korda.

Here are the first round pairings.

Here are the television times:
July 27 - GC 9:30 AM-11:30 AM ET 
July 28 - GC 9:30 AM-11:30 AM ET 
July 29 - GC 3:00 PM-6:00 PM ET (Tape delay)
July 30 - GC 3:00 PM-6:00 PM ET (Tape delay)


Players most likely to win: (Top players in the field)
So Yeon Ryu - Well rested and always a threat to win.
Ariya Jutanugarn - Needs to start hitting more fairways.
Lydia Ko - Only in this category because Lexi Thompson took the week off.

Players to watch out for: (I'm feeling it this week)
Inbee Park - Will be getting ready for British Open next week.
Carlota Ciganda - Just a real strong hunch.
Mo Martin - Hitting fairways will be big here, and nobody does it better.

Longshot picks: (Not likely, but not impossible)
Emily Pedersen - Watch out for her this week!
Angel Yin - Is not playing like a rookie.
Aditi Ashok - Her game is rounding into tip top shape.

Other Tidbits:
Lexi Thompson's 2nd place finish was her 5th of the year. Her seven top five finishes leads the tour.

I.K. Kim becomes the 2nd player this year to win twice on the LPGA tour (So Yeon Ryu was the first).

Lexi Thompson leads in the race for the Vare Trophy with a per round average of 68.944. No Player in LPGA history has ever finished a season under 69 strokes per round. 

Nanna Koertstz Madsen won for the third time this year on the Symetra Tour. She will now be included in category 13 on the LPGA Priority List. I believe that will put her at #137 on that list and qualify her for full field events. This does not give her LPGA membership for 2017, however the fact that she will finish in the Symetra top 10 this year will give her full (Category 9) membership in 2018. 

Rolex Rankings Movers of the Week:
I.K. Kim makes the biggest move this week leaping from #28 to #20. Aditi Ashok moves up seven spots to #86, while Kim Kaufman now becomes part of my field rating moving up from #104 to #96. Karrie Webb dropped out of the top 100 this week.

Race to the CME Globe:   (1 million dollars)
Lexi Thompson surges into the lead with 2,554 points. She is followed closely by So Yeon Ryu with 2,504. Ariya Jutanugarn (2,177), Sung Hyun Park (1,994), and Brooke Henderson (1,777) fill out the top five that will have their destiny in their own hands in November.

Who's Hot:
Sung Hyun Park has had seven consecutive top 20 finishes.

Who's Not:
Cheyenne Woods has missed the cut in her last 7 starts.


This Week's Trivia Question:

What current LPGA player has 14 top 25 finishes on the LPGA this year, but only has finished in the top ten 4 times?


For the answer to this week's trivia question press here.

Here are the final results:
1 Mi Hyang Lee -6
2 Mi Jung Hur -5
2 Karrie Webb -5
4 Carlota Ciganda -4
4 Cristie Kerr -4
6 Sun Young Yoo -3
6 Sei Young Kim -3
8 Minjee Lee -2
9 In-Kyung Kim -1
9 Caroline Masson -1
9 Georgia Hall -1
12 Cydney Clanton E
13 Emily Pedersen 1
13 Lina Boqvist 1
13 Ai Miyazato 1
13 Paula Creamer 1
13 Jacqui Concolino 1
13 Olafia Kristinsdottir 1
19 Michelle Wie 2
20 Pornanong Phatlum 3
20 Wichanee Meechai 3
20 Chella Choi 3



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Monday, July 17, 2017

Marathon Classic Presented by Owens Corning and O-l Preview, Parings, and More

A huge congratulations goes out to Sung Hyun Park for winning the U.S. Women's Open. Park shot a final round 67 to win by 2 strokes over amateur Hye-Jin Choi. It was Park's first win on the LPGA tour, and her first Major Championship.

In case anyone missed it, here are the links to the pictures I posted during U.S. Women's Open week.
Link #2
Link #1

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This week the LPGA travels to the state of Ohio for the playing of the Marathon Classic Presented by Owens Corning and O-I. Lydia Ko will be trying to defend the title she won last year when she defeated Ariya Jutanugarn and Mirim Lee in a playoff. It was Ko's second win at this event in the last 3 years. It was also Ko's last victory on the LPGA tour.

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Lydia Ko will be trying to win this championship for the third time.

This will be tournament #20 of 34 on this year's LPGA schedule.

Here are the key details:

Course:  Highland Meadows Golf Club
Location:  Sylvania, Ohio
Defending Champion:  Lydia Ko
Winning Score:  68-66-67-69 = 270 (-14)

Final Field: 144 players
Par:  34/37 = 71
Yardage:  6,512
Purse:  $1,600,000

My strength of field rating is a very low 44% (down from 52% last year). Just 27 of the top 50 players from the LPGA Priority List, and 17 of the top 50 players from the Rolex Rankings will be teeing it up. Headliners in the field include: Lexi Thompson, Lydia Ko, Sung Hyun Park, In Gee Chun, and Brooke Henderson. Players skipping the event this week include: Ariya Jutanugarn, Shanshan Feng, Sei Young Kim, So Yeon Ryu, Jessica Korda, Inbee Park, and Cristie Kerr.

Here are the first round pairings.

Here are the television times:
July 20 - GC 8:00 PM-10:00 PM ET (tape delay)
July 21 - GC 8:00 PM-10:00 PM ET (tape delay)
July 22 - GC 7:00 PM- 9:00  PM ET (tape delay)
July 23 - GC 9:00 PM-11:00 PM ET (tape delay)
As you can see from the above, there will be no live broadcast of this event.

Players most likely to win: (Top players in the field)
Lexi Thompson - The top player in the field this week
Lydia Ko - Still struggling to find her "A" game 
Sung Hyun Park - Coming off her first LPGA victory

Players to watch out for: (I'm feeling it this week)
In Gee Chun - Could this be her week?
Brooke Henderson - Will be there on Sunday
Stacy Lewis - Will have home field advantage

Longshot picks: (Not likely, but not impossible)
Marina Alex - Fighting for a Solheim Spot and playing well
Nelly Korda - Could hang in there against this weak field

Other Tidbits:
Shanshan Feng is the first player since Helen Alfredsson in 1993 to lead after each of the first three rounds of the U.S. Women's Open, but not win.

Hye-Jin Choi's 9-under 279 is the lowest 72 hole score by an amateur in U.S. Women's Open history.

So Yeon Ryu's tie for third was her fourth top 5 finish in the U,S, Women's Open in the last five years. Ryu, the 2011 champion, has never finished outside the top 25 in her eight championship appearances.

Amy Yang's tie for eighth is her sixth top 10 finish in her last seven appearances in the U.S. Women's Open. She has yet to win a major championship, but has 17 top 10 finishes. This finiah was her fifth top ten finish in her last six majors she has played in.

While 21 players from the United States made the cut, there were no Americans in the top 10 for the first time in the championship's history.

Rolex Rankings Movers of the Week:
Sung Hyun Kim makes the most important move this week jumping from #11 to #5. M.J. Hur moves from #25 to #18. Amateur and non LPGA player Hye-Jin Choi leaps up from #62 to #24. Marina Alex continues her steady climb up the rankings moving from #68 to #59.

Race to the CME Globe:   (1 million dollars)
So Yeon Ryu widens her lead with 2,504 points. Lexi Thompson is next with 2,254 points, followed by Ariya Jutanugarn with 2,177. Sung Hyun Park (1,894) and Brooke Henderson (1,771) fill out the top five.

Who's Hot:
So Yeon Ryu's 3rd place finish this week at the U.S. Women's Open was her 10th top ten finish of the year, which leads the LPGA tour.

M.J. Hur has quietly become one of the most consistent players on the LPGA tour this season. She has 4 top fives, 5 top tens, and 11 top twenty-five finishes in her 15 starts this year.

Who's Not:
Hyo Joo Kim has missed the cut in her last 3 starts. Morgan Pressel has not seen the weekend in 4 of her last 5 starts.


This Week's Trivia Question:

Who are the oldest and youngest players to make the cut in an LPGA event?

For the answer to this week's trivia question press here.

Update #1 - Alison Walsh and Meghan Maclaren are the Monday local qualifiers. Both shot 67.

Here are the final results:
1 In-Kyung Kim -21
2 Lexi Thompson -17
3 Gerina Piller -15
3 Pei-Yun Chien -15
5 Sandra Changkija -14
6 Kim Kaufman -13
6 Sung Hyun Park -13
8 Angela Stanford -12
8 Angel Yin -12
8 Brittany Lincicome -12
8 Aditi Ashok -12
8 Nelly Korda -12
13 Perrine DeLacour -11
13 Hyo Joo Kim -11
13 Alena Sharp -11
13 Amy Yang -11
17 Katie Burnett -10
17 Kelly Shon -10
17 Alison Lee -10
20 Jaye Marie Green -9
20 Mirim Lee -9
20 Simin Feng -9
20 Lydia Ko -9
20 Laura Diaz -9
20 Emily Pedersen -9
20 Chella Choi -9


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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

More 2017 U.S. Women's Open Photos

Here are some more photos that my wife and I have taken over the last few days at the U.S. Women's Open at Trump National Golf Club, in Bedminster, N.J.

Mi Hyang Lee
Lexi Thompson



Amy Yang
Mariajo Uribe
Juli Inkster


Chella Choi
Stacy Lewis
Brooke (L) and Brittany Henderson
Madelene Sagstrom

Nelly Korda (talking with Juli Inkster)


In Gee Chun
Moriya Jutanugarn


Ai Miyazato

The only girl from New Jersey....Marina Alex

I am going to keep taking them until she takes a bad one (Danielle Kang)





Kim Kaufman

Hee Young Park

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

U.S. Women's Open Photo Gallery

Here are some photos that my wife and I have taken over the last few days at the U.S. Women's Open at Trump National Golf Club, in Bedminster, N.J.

Danielle Kang usually takes my best photos

Someone asked me for a closeup?


Suzann Pettersen smiling?

Azahara Munoz

Mi Hyang Lee

Ariya Jutanugarn

Cheyenne Woods

So Yeon Ryu

Mo Martin

Gaby Lopez

Inn Gee Chun

Allison Lee



Moriya Jutanugarn

Sarah Jane Smith has Ai Miyazato and So Yeon Ryu hanging on her every word

Carly Booth

Jenny Shin

Michelle Wie

Charley Hull

Haru Nomura

Stephanie Meadow (with Annika Sorenstam in background)

Sandra Gal

Jessica and Nelly Korda with coach David Whelan

Hyo Joo Kim

Hee Young Park

Hee Young Park (for Mr.3putt)


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