Dakoda Dowd fails to qualify for U.S. Women's Open
Fourteen-year-old Dakoda Dowd, who got national attention last year for receiving a sponsor’s exemption to the Ginn Open, did not make it to the second round of qualifying for the U.S. Women’s Open yesterday. Dowd said she had other things on her mind, namely her mother, who has breast cancer …
“I had a good time,” Dowd told the media. “It wasn’t the best round. I think I need to get my head better. I have a lot going around right now. I just need to focus my head on golf instead of all of these things that are going around me. Be more positive.”
Sergio Garcia took some heat from playing partner Cliff Kresge at last weekend’s Players Championship about relief he took from a drainage ditch area on the second hole. Kresge and his caddie questioned the drop …
“They were calling me a cheater on that,” Garcia told reporters. “You never like that. I’ve never cheated in my whole life. I’d rather shoot 85 than shoot 65 cheating.”
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