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Comment from: anonymous [Visitor]
I don't really follow Lorena Ochoa, but I think her problem comes from the fact that she is a "feel" player. When she is under the pressure on Sunday, she may get tight. A mechanical player can rely on her techniques but a feel player relies on her body. And any unnatural tightness may wreck havocs to her swing. Down goes the confidence and she may no longer be able to "feel' her swing.
2006-04-15 @ 17:03
Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Visitor]
I recently read that when Ochoa is a bit anxious she tends to get more aggressive with her irons, overhitting them. She stated that they go further and her distance control suffers.

This time Lorena succeeded with a wire-to-wire victory!! It wasn't a complete "gimme". Seon Hwa Lee gave her a run for her money with birdies on five of her remaining six holes.
Congratulations Lorena!
2006-04-16 @ 11:20
Comment from: William K. Wolfrum [Visitor]
Well, it would appear the lovely and talented Ms. Ochoa took the Colomon's advice. A fantastic tournament for Ochoa.

She's the money leader and playing better than anyone. It will be interesting to see if she can keep it up, and how long she needs to keep it up before anyone notices.

2006-04-17 @ 18:55
Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Visitor]
I have been watching Lorena Ochoa since last season when she came oh-so-close at the Mastercard and at the Safeway. I'm glad that she's finally allowing herself to win.

The next girl that needs a confidence boost is Natalie Gulbis! Once she learns how to win Gulbis will be invincible!
2006-04-17 @ 19:28
Comment from: Michelle [Visitor]
I've been watching Lorena Ochoa since the Michelob Championship.She's playing pretty well, and i think she's going to win more.She has the chance to be the world number one.
2006-07-01 @ 06:02

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