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Comment from: Jim COULTHARD [Visitor]
Through the first 15 holes of the Lincicome Ochoa match neither player has a better score than Wie had yesterday afternoon in her 15 holes. It has been only Inkster who has been playing tough. One of the two, Lincicome or Ochoa will survive a morning where she might have been gone in 15 holes if the other player had been playing tough.
07/09/06 @ 11:18
Comment from: JR [Visitor]
What is that all about...."neither player had a better score than Wie had yesterday...." Different day, different conditions.... why are you trying to compare apples to oranges? MW lost or better yet, was soundly beaten by a player who is just as long off the tee as Wie is... I just dont understand this fixation with trying to always make MW sound good....
07/09/06 @ 21:13
Comment from: James COULTHARD [Visitor]
Michelle Wie had a reasonable round of golf in the quarters, but she was beaten by a player who had a very good round. In the tournament there was one overall winner and 63 losers--but somehow there is only one player among the losers that is the focus of people's attention. What about the 32 players who lost in the first round?
07/10/06 @ 05:50
Comment from: JR [Visitor]
WHY does everything have to be about MW.... how about not mentioning her and speak about the folks who made it out of the quarters.... Your original statement in this blog/post was akin to saying well, MW's first round score was better than the winner's 4th round score... it means nothing, once again, different day, different conditions... or should we compare scores in relative calm vs gusty winds, or soaked fairways vs dry fairways. Lincicome strikes the ball just was well and just as far as MW, so the "Big" advantage that MW had over earlier opponents just wasnt there in the match... it appears that MW is not the longest hitter on the LPGA tour.
07/10/06 @ 08:51

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