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Saturday, April 6, 2013

Inbee Moves In Front

The wind came up Friday at the Kraft Nabisco... and so did the scores. Although par is 72, I can only find 9 scores in the 60s during the second round. Suzann Petterson and Na Yeon Choi played together both days; they shot 68s Thursday morning and 75s Friday afternoon. It was a tough day.

Inbee ParkAnd Inbee Park shot the best of them, a 67. She's got a one-shot lead on Lizette Salas. You haven't heard of Lizette? Then you may not have heard of the other gals up around the lead. The big names have fallen several shots back.

Don't get me wrong. The girls at the top of the leaderboard are up-and-comers on the Tour. It's just that we aren't seeing the big names we expected at the top...

Except for Inbee Park, who's making a habit of mixing it up at the majors. She won the 2008 U.S. Open, so she's done it before. Last year she won twice and had six more runner-ups, plus she won the Vare Trophy for low scoring average. If you listened to the coverage Friday, you may have heard them describe Inbee this way: There's nothing outstanding about her stats... except for scoring.

Around this blog, that's the kind of player we like!

I'll have to do a post on Inbee's swing sometime soon. In the meantime, Inbee can teach you this: You don't need a flashy game to post good scores. And if Inbee keeps on like this, she may be posting another major win come Sunday.

The photo came from Inbee's profile page at LPGA.com.

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