Golfgal Makes LPGA…

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail…without ever swinging a club! LOL! Sorry for the blatant self-promotion, but I just had to share my good news. As you know, I write a daily (sometimes twice daily) blog for Golf For Women. On Monday I posted an interview with Brittany Lincicome on GFW because she was going to be a guest on the Big Break Ka’anapali on ... Read More »

The LPGA should rename itself “The LorAnnika Tour”

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailThe see-saw winning ways of Lorena/Annika… I just love it don’t you? It’s way better than the Tiger/Phil battle in my opinion. It’s seems more civilized in some ways – less bitchy, which is ironic. I didn’t get to watch the event as we don’t get ESPN 2 on cable up in the Canadian tundra (grrr), but I saw some ... Read More »

A Toast to Annika

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailFor those who have read my blog before, you’ll know that I like to either apologize in limerick or honor someone in same way. It’s my way of bending my knees in print. Today it’s all about honor. Annika is someone who I have admired from the moment I picked up a golf club. I can’t write anything that hasn’t ... Read More »

Big Break Ka’anapali – Ask the Ladies Opportunity

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Hi everyone As some of you know, I have a blog on Golf For Women Magazine and I’ve been following Big Break Ka’anapali closely through the eyes and experience of Big Breaker Christina Lecuyer, Last week I had privilege of interviewing Tina Miller, another BB contestant who also offered to share her thoughts on each week’s episodes. So…I’m a ... Read More »

The Clash of Captains

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail I am sure you enjoyed the SHO this weekend like I did, watching Johnson Wagner, better known for having two last names than for his golf, won his first PGA tournament and captured a spot in the Masters. It’s great to see a win be so much more than just a trophy and a huge check. Wagner’s post round ... Read More »

Big Break Ka’anapali from the inside out

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailHey everyone. It’s almost time for the Big Break Ka’anapali and I’m going to be following that series very closely. Why? Because I’m going to have a special guest along the way. I am really thrilled that Christina Lecuyer, one of the Big Break Ka’anapali Golfgals, will be helping me bring “behind the ropes” commentary to you. Check out my ... Read More »

Pink Panther Paula’s Prowl has Started!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI wrote a post on Golf For Women last week about Paula Creamer dreaming of being #1 in the world and looking to next year to make that possible. Many would scoff at such audacity, but I am cheering her on and am thrilled to see her capture her 5th LPGA title this weekend. Even battling flu-like symptoms this week, ... Read More »

Watch out Lorena…She’s baaa_aaak!!!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWhat a great finish to the SBS Open at Turtle Bay to see Annika back in fine form and beat the field by 2 strokes, capturing her 70th career win. Yes, it’s true that Lorena Ochoa wasn’t there, but almost everyone else was, so this was no cake-walk. At the 16th tee with a 3-way tie for the lead, I ... Read More »

A few beers will help the win sink in for the Philippine stars

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailA big congratulations goes out to the surprise winners of the Women’s World Cup of Golf this weekend – Dorothy Delasin and Jennifer Rosales of the Philippines. Well done ladies! It was a joy to watch you and your enthusiasm this weekend, rain or shine. Even my golfguy is excited you won – he thought your team spirit was amazing. ... Read More »

Lorena beats Tiger

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailSo, did you read this month’s Golf Digest yet? It’s a battle in our house to see who gets it first – I usually lose (my golfguy grabs it while I’m blogging :)). Anyway, I finally got my hands on it and read Johnny Miller Picks for the Class of 08. For those of you who didn’t get to read ... Read More »