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Comment from: Mohamed [Visitor] Email
To beat Annika?

How about simply: 'be Lorena Ochoa'?
2006-10-31 @ 16:37
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
Ochoa won't be there. Nor will Webb, Kerr, or Inkster.
Annika is the only top 5 ranked player in the field.
Her highest ranked opponent will be Ai Miyazato.
If anyone is to beat Annika it will jhave to be done
without being Lorena Ochoa, or being as good as Lorena.
2006-10-31 @ 21:47
Comment from: Jon [Visitor]
Is this an attempt at humour? What is this jibberish? What is the point/relevance? Is someone off his/her medication? An inquiring mind wants to know...
2006-10-31 @ 23:23
Comment from: Renee Cain [Visitor] Email
I would be watching Ai Miyazato this tournament. Home town crowd, she is a Rock Star in Japan. She did not get her status and ranking without winning a bunch of tournaments on the Janpanese Ladies Tour. She just might give Annika a challenge. I still never bet against Annika. That is just foolish...
2006-11-02 @ 00:49
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
I once wrote that when Ai Miyazato starts to win on the LPGA tour she will be a force to be reckoned with. That said, she is still a bit like Lorena Ochoa was before she finally won tournaments.
2006-11-02 @ 10:03
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
Sorry--I guess Karrie Webb is playing this week. Annika will need to
omprove on her first round score if she wants to win this thing.
2006-11-03 @ 01:29

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