Back injury prompts Annika Sorenstam to alter 2007 LPGA Tour schedule
A back injury that put Annika Sorenstam out of the Ginn Open has forced the world No. 1 golfer to make changes to her 2007 schedule. Sorenstam told Swedish broadcaster SVT yesterday that she will play fewer tournaments and focus on the majors because of the ruptured and herniated disk in her back, which will keep her off the golf course for at least a month …
George O’Grady, European Tour chief, said yesterday that the Ryder Cup Matches will stay with a three-day format, a response to speculation that the event might add an extra day of play …
“We debated going to four days at great length, and yes, we would have got more money in the short term,” O’Grady told The Daily Mail. “But would we have destroyed the beauty of the Ryder Cup in the process? The great thing about the current format is that the contest has to be alive going into the final day, even when there is a blowout like the last two matches.”
At GolfInstruction.com, PGA Professional Kellie Stenzel writes about using the tee box to your advantage for lower scores.
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