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Saturday, February 12, 2011

A Few Developing Storylines to Watch

Just thought I'd pass along a few things to watch out for this weekend.

First, at Pebble Beach:
  • Steve Marino is positioned to get his first Tour win. He's posted 65-66 with only one bogey, and Saturday he plays Monterey Peninsula, the easiest of the three courses.
  • Arnold Palmer's grandson Sam Saunders carded a 67 at Pebble, moving up 16 spots into a logjam at -7 (T4).
At Dubai:
  • Rory McIlroy leads and is position to win his 3rd tournament.
  • Tiger Woods shot a 66 Friday -- the lowest score by anybody in the field Friday -- to get himself back in the tournament. The big news was his scrambling (5 for 5), which has been one of his weakest stats lately.
  • Sergio Garcia is -10 after rounds of 67-67 and no bogeys. It's still too early to say he's back, but he's starting to smile on-course again. That's a good sign!
And finally, at the LET tournament in Australia:
  • Belen Mozo -- should I call her Greg Norman's protegĂ©? -- posted -8 in the third round and jumped into a tie for third.
  • Stacy Lewis is still on the course as I write this, but is in 2nd (-14)after 12 holes.
  • And not surprisingly, Yani Tseng leads by three (-17) after 12 holes. If she wins this week, she'll probably take over the #1 spot in the women's world rankings.
Looks like it's going to be an interesting weekend!

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