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Comment from: janet [Visitor] Email
The golf club has received the Golf Digest Four Star Award for nine consecutive years and has also been voted as one of the top 450 courses in the country by the same publication. Lookout Mountain has received recognition as one of Americas Top Courses from 2005, visit us at: http://www.linksworldgolf.com/
03/22/10 @ 04:17
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
In my opinion, Michelle Wie has decided to concentrate on Stanford, public relations, endorsements and oh yes, golf. The Wie Camp figured out a long time ago that a $2,000,000 a year endorsement is much better than having to win ten tournaments at $200,000 each. While Michelle is in the books at Stanford, the rest of the LPGA are practising eight hours a day on their game. Since Wie doesn't have any financial worries, she is satisfied to finish 15th or 25th in her tournaments. I have been following her progress for the past six years and I hope she does well in 2010. She will have to decide if she wants the "PR glitter" or be a "serious golfer."

I have been reading some reviews which were posted three months ago about the resort. The golf courses were very positive while the resorts staff were somewhat negative. Front desk personnel were very rude.

I checked out the courses and they looked very challenging. I see there will be 15 to 18 mph wind during the tournament which can cause some problems for the gals. There are MANY doglegs on the courses. Good luck to the players.
03/22/10 @ 19:28
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
I have seen the format many times before with Michelle Wie. She has always been a slow starter with usually a par or more first round, then followed by a great second round and when she is in position to make a move, shoots another medicore round to fall out of contention. Now, she can not win the golf tournament and is under no real pressure. She will shoot a good score in the last round, however, being 6 strokes back of another Korean star player, she will come up short again. Seo, the Korean player who got the sponsors exemption, (sound familar Michelle) is playing flawless golf and is like a machine with fairways and greens hit. This is another "wunderkind" from Korea who has won 11 tournaments in Korea the last two years. Unfortunately, Michelle STILL CAN NOT PUTT! She still refuses to let her caddy assistant her in reading the greens. I don't know if this is her Fathers idea or it is hers. Also, she is still too inconsistent with her game. Hopefully, she will have it all together for the Kraft Nabisco next week.
03/27/10 @ 21:09
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
I understand that there will be a new class at Stanford in the Fall semester entitled "USGA Rules of Golf" for Michelle Wie. It is amazing that she continues to shoot herself in the foot. I doubt that she is an "airhead" but I am starting to think differently.

I see she had her usual 10 bogeys and 1 double bogey at the KIA. Unless the American LPGA golfers step it up and start playing some serious golf, the LPGA will be in trouble once again. I found it interesting that out of a field of 144 there were 48 Korean golfers of which 30 made the cut and 7 finished in the top ten.
03/29/10 @ 08:28

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