Good luck to Chella! She really needs to get that win already!!!
Mi Hyang Lee has quietly had a pretty good season. She won at the start of the year in New Zealand (she beat Ko IIRC). She has notched some good finishes since then. And now she's just two back. I'm guessing this is a course where shorter hitters have a shot, based on the leaderboard at least, so maybe it's a good chance for her to break through?
I'm also keeping my eye on Jiyai and Bo Mee Lee at 1 under. It would be wild if Shin won considering her renouncement of her tour card at the start of this year, wouldn't it? And Bo Mee came so close to winning a few years ago only to get pipped at the end. I would love to see her over here on tour.
Mi Hyang Lee is becoming quite a good player this year. It wouldn't surprise me a bit to see her take this step. And this course seems like a good place to do it. Il Hee Lee has only finished outside the top 20 once in her past nine starts, and Chella already has nine top tens this year with no wins. So all three of those ladies are primed, although I'm rooting for Chella to finally get that win! Go SISTERS!!
Meanwhile, Laura Davies at 51 would be the oldest winner in history on the LPGA by about five years. And Ai Suzuki is a 20-year-old playing her first LPGA event (shades of Kyu Jung Baek, although I doubt she's in Baek's league). Sounds like this could be a really interesting Sunday!
Congrats in advance Morgan, you were certainly more deserving of a victory at the Dinah Shore than Se Ri. I always meant to tell you that.
WTF.....fanofseri.....you must be a special member of this site to be able to make the above post without any reprimand and no requirement to put on your flame suit at full strength.....LOL..... I would have thought 20 members would have taken a shot at you by now.
Sorry guys. A lot of great Korean and Japanese players that I wouldn't mind see winning, but I really have to pull for Davies. What an amazing story that would be. To be made a Dame, put in the Hall of Fame, and then become the oldest winner on the LPGA Tour all within months of each other. The story writes itself.
Speaking of awesome stories, I'm also watching the WGC-HSBC Championship on the men's side. All these great golfers, and yet Hiroshi Iwata is within one of the lead. If he were to win, it would be huge for Japanese golf.