Thursday, June 26, 2008

US Women's Open: Day 1

Play has been underway at Interlachen and I've been heading over to to check out the results. I still can't get over the shoddy quality of the website.

For those of you who still want previews, I'd urge you to check out Hound Dog's LPGA Blog - always does a great job. The other pieces you will read will tell you about Michelle Wie (a C level contender, seriously), Annika's potential last Open (though she opened the door to come back and play in her 40s), Cristie Kerr's defense, and Lorena Ochoa being the nicest person ever. Also, you'll read about the importance of putting and Interlachen's deceptive length.

I don't normally do a lot of links in a post, so consider it a rarity.

As of 12:10 p EDT, there are 3 tied at -4 - Laura Davies, Momoko Ueda, and Ji Young Oh. Yani Tseng sits on -3. And Michelle Wie, listed as a contender by almost all of the media because they don't pay any attention, is at +6 through 10.

No comments: