Sorenstam needs Wie for Ginn Tribute, Big Break's Cindy Miller gives slice advice and Q-Link review
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This week Golf for Beginners discusses the Ginn Tribute hosted by Annika Sorenstam. Although Michelle Wie has accepted a sponsor’s exemption at the end of May, we wonder if Annika Sorenstam’s back injury will prevent her from playing in her own event. Will Michelle Wie’s wrist be mended one-hundred percent in time to compete? And, could Sorenstam be depending on Michelle Wie’s fame to contribute heavily to the gate? This might be a good time for Annika to shift focus onto her many other projects, allowing the younger ladies to take the reins over at the LPGA.
Lorena Ochoa and Julieta Granada tied for second place at the Corona Championship (held this past weekend) and continually gain ground in the rankings, honing their skills, waiting patiently for Michelle to emerge from her self-inflicted cocoon. Can Michelle Wie finally prove herself to the many people who believe her to be just a “flash in the pan"? The latest Rolex Rankings place Wie in the twentieth position but she’s going to have quite a struggle as she pushes past these women who have been playing regularly on the LPGA Tour.
We also review the Q-Link bracelet. I have been wearing the Q-Link for over a month hoping that the claims of both heightened energy and increased focus would work for me. Lorena Ochoa and Charles Howell III are just two of the many tour players who are confident that this technology has assisted them in times of stress and distraction.
Ochoa stated, “Since I started using my Q-Link, I have won three times and I feel calmer in tough situations. It really makes a difference under pressure.”
Are these just endorsements or does this bracelet really work? Listen to this week’s broadcast and I’ll give you my findings.
One of this week’s golf tips comes from teaching professional Cindy Miller. Miller was a contestant on both The Big Break III:Ladies Only and briefly once again on the Reunion show. Her simple tip will help those of you who slice. Try this one at the practice range!
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