Another rain-delayed Limerick Summary. Life is so cruel... Well, we can still take a quick look at what's going on around the rest of the golf world.
On the European Tour, Louis Oosthuizen got his first pro victory Sunday at the Open de Andalucia de Golf. He's another of the young group of South African pros making a mark on the Tour. Except for Sally Little, I can't think of any female South African golfers of note; you can comment if you think of any others. But I wonder why only the men are making a mark?
Of course, it's the Koreans who are storming the LPGA Tour. Hee Kyung Seo won the Kia Classic, the first LPGA event on American soil this year. Stephanie Wei has a "Know Your Asians" post about her over on her site, but I can't find a way to link directly to it; your best bet is to do a search on her blog for the name. Anyway, Seo was a sponsor's invite who already qualified for the Kraft Nabisco next week... and she won this one by 6 strokes after putting it in the water on 16. I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say she'll probably do ok on the LPGA Tour.
Finally, Fred Couples shot a 10-under to win the Cap Cana Championship by 2 strokes. In four starts he has a 2nd place (he needed a warm-up event) and three consecutive wins. I'm gonna go out on another limb and say that, by the end of the year, the old guys will be playing on "the Couples Tour." (He's 77 under par in four tournaments. Yowza!)
The PGA will finish up the Arnold Palmer Invitational at 10AM Monday on TGC. I'll have the Limerick Summary tomorrow.