Ochoa V Sorenstam October 25, 2007, 9:30 am

by Nina
Yes, it's too early to call 2007 the end of the Sorenstam era. A hip injury didn't stop Jack Nicklaus in '63, Juli Inkster came back from a maternity break stronger than ever, and Annika will fight back and win again as well.
That said, Lorena Ochoa is a force to be reckoned with. Not only Annika but the rest of the LPGA tour will have to step it up a notch to keep her from dominating the winners' list again in 2008.
It should be an exciting year for women's golf.

broadcast October 24, 2007, 7:42 pm

by Margi Smith
I don't know if this is the place to express my views on listening to Beth Daniel on the telecast but her monotone voice just grates. We love everyone else, however. Dotty is excellent. I don't usually complain but hopefully she won't come back.
Margi Smith

Re: October 24, 2007, 1:34 pm

Annika vs Ochoa October 24, 2007, 1:34 pm

by Lance Kulman
I read your recent Article about Lorena Ochoa taking over #1 from Annika due to her neck injury which affected her back.
Since I played golf with her about two weeks ago, I asked the question, "How's the back and are you ready to come back in 2008?" She assured me that she was ready to go and that the doctor's have given her the go ahead. She works out with Kai Fusser, her trainer, at the Annika Academy at the GINN Reunion Resort in Orlando.
I can assure you that after playing a few holes with her she will be ready for next year so Lorena should be prepared because I do not think that it will be as easy as it was this year.
Lorena is a very good player, but she is not an "Annika".

RE: Annika vs Ochoa October 26, 2007, 7:09 pm

by David
Perhaps we might have to include Suzanne Petterson in the mix too. She has the tools to be pretty competive for the top rung too. I wish Paula could get her putting form back so she could compete for number 1 as well. At any rate, 2008 looks like a lot of fun to watch.


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