Lorena Ochoa leads Women's British Open; Michelle Wie tied for 16th
World No. 1 women’s golfer Lorena Ochoa went into the clubhouse at St. Andrews with a two-stroke lead at the Women’s British Open today. Ochoa shot a six-under-par 67 …
Brittany Lincicome is tied for fifth, and Michelle Wie is tied for 16th in a group that includes Annika Sorenstam. This is the first time that a women’s professional event has been played at the Old Course at St. Andrews.
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who currently sits tied at 133th with a stellar round of +6. If that was MW what would the rude comments be?
If Bubbles is serious about attending and graduating from a prestigious university such as Stanford, one thing that will surely have to change is her proclivity for missung weeks of class attendance to play in tournaments to which she has received an exemption.
There will be precious little time for her to fly around the world for Monday qualifiers.
Schools like Stanford have a strict policy of immersing their freshmen into the university life. One way this is accomplished is by assigning them a tough, rigorous curriculum.
There will be no sponsor's exemptions for Bubbles at Stanford.
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