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Sunday, October 31, 2010

No History This Weekend

Well, it doesn't look like I'm going to get the history I wanted to see this weekend.

Juli Inkster, at the time I'm writing this, is five shots behind leader Song-Hee Kim. It doesn't look like we'll see the oldest winner in the history of the LPGA yet.

Likewise, it appears that Martin Kaymer will not leapfrog over Lee Westwood to take #1 in the world rankings... at least, not unless he discovers the secret of Pia Nilsson's VISION54 and shoots something in the 50s during the last round. He's nine strokes behind leaders Graeme McDowell and Gareth Maybin. (In his defense, Valderrama is playing really tough this week -- only 6 players are under par.)

So I guess I'll have to settle for the smug knowledge that I'll be able to start work on the Limerick Summary earlier on Sunday, since the PGA event in Malaysia is well into the fourth round as I'm writing this.

Of course, there's still one possible bit of excitement ahead. As I said, only 6 players are under par at Valderrama... but guess what? Sergio is one of them! Maybe, just maybe he's starting to get his game together...

1 comment:

  1. Whaddya mean no history ? The longest stretch holding the #1 spot in the rankings came to an end. That's history. (yawn) Ok ok - so it's not as much fun as Inkster playing well and xxx Golf Channel hyperventilating over it even though she's really not in contention for the win...

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