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Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
Morgan Pressel is only a few strokes off the lead but rookie
Julieta Granada is the real surprise.

Natalie Gulbis was disqualified because she didn't sign her scorecard.
Her score of 77 was less than remarkable however she stayed around
and signed autographs for the crowd.
2006-10-06 @ 11:03
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
Why should Julieta Granada be the real surprise? Julietta and Morgan
or having equally good years. They are tied in rookie points at T4. Julietta
has won more money than Mogan--and in earnings per event it is a
virtual tie. About $20,060 for Morgan and about $20.040 for Julieta.
2006-10-06 @ 15:06
Comment from: Lori [Visitor] Email
Well, Pressel is now 11 strokes off the lead. Julieta Granada is only six back of Lorena Ochoa and is in second for the time being. If she was American I'm sure she would be hyped alot more than she has been as she is a excellent player! You Americans should look outside the box now and then.
2006-10-07 @ 16:52
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
That is why I mentioned both Granada and Ochoa. As a matter of fact, I think that Ochoa and Webb are two of the best golfers in the LPGA this year.
2006-10-08 @ 10:25

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