Women’s World Cup of Golf – A chance to re-live Solheim Cup battles between the US and Sweden

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWell, it’s finally here – the first tournament of the season! The 2008 LPGA tour starts this week in Sun City, South Africa with the Women’s World Cup of Golf. And for me, what’s even more exciting is the fact that it’s a team event. I love team golf events! Here’s a look at the teams… The Women’s World Cup ... Read More »

LPGA poised to be more exciting than PGA in 2008

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Hey all you lovers of the LPGA golfgals! I am so excited because I was invited to be a guest blogger on Golf for Women’s Editor’s Blog, sharing my thoughts on this year’s LPGA. As addicted as I am to both men and women’s golf, I really believe the LPGA is going to be more exciting than the PGA ... Read More »

If anyone can do it, Annika can

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailIt’s so great to see Annika back in form and back in the fight. If you listened to her last summer, you’d wonder if she had any fight left in her, but now she sounds so determined and so focused, I have no doubt that if she is injury free this year, she will prevail. Annika has delayed wedding plans ... Read More »

Golf and Xmas – I just found the perfect match!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWell, tis the season and I bet you are all out there wondering what to buy for that special golfguy or golfgal in your life. A trip to Maui to play a few rounds would be nice, or perhaps tickets to a PGA or LPGA tournament where you can see, and possibly meet, all the stars. Riiiight! Well, I just ... Read More »

Weekend golf musings…Where was Nedbank?, “Why am I here?”,You’re never too old for golf

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI don’t know about you, but I could not watch the Nedbank Golf Challenge this weekend and I’m peeved. What a great line up of golf stars and I missed them! Take a look at this leaderboard… I realize that some top names were missing like Tiger, Phil, Padraig and Jim, but hey…these players are still some of the best ... Read More »

Bad news…good news: Cambo misses cut again…Annika designs her first North American Golf Course

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailAfter watching Michael Campbell play the last 3 holes in the 2nd round at the New Zealand Open this AM, I’m not surprised he missed the cut, but I am sad for him. He seems like such a gentleman. You never hear him bad mouth anyone. Such a shame… But what was interesting was listening to the commentary of Julian ... Read More »

Tiger joins the hunt in Dubai, but at what price?

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWell, I guess we’ll start to see more of this…Tiger’s schedule trickling out over the next while. But I think we’ve learned not to start packing our bags to attend his events as he can decide on a whim not to compete if his “extra-curricular” activities interfere or make him too tired to play.Am I bitter? No…I just sound that ... Read More »

I’ll be back! says Annika

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailIt was a sad day for Annika and all her fans on Friday when she narrowly missed being one of the semi final group of 16 at the ADT Championship. I felt so bad watching her. She’s been my favorite for many years and a fabulous role model for golfers everywhere – both men and women. It must be difficult ... Read More »

The Cream(er) rises to the top

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI found it a sad as I searched through over 500 newspapers to discover that the only story about Paula Creamer “creaming the field” was the same wire story across all the sport pages around the world. Meanwhile, Phil Mickelson’s pathetic play made headlines everywhere. Sigh…such is the state of women’s golf. My golfguy and I love watching the women ... Read More »

Birdie binge gets Creamer into lead

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailSo I hear it’s the end of season (did someone forget to tell Phil Mickelson?), but I have to say I’m enjoying some of the best golf of the “apres golf season”. Watching Paula Creamer birdie 7 holes in a row was amazing. Then seeing the baby walrus, Kevin Stadler take the lead at the HSBC Champions when he almost ... Read More »