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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Yani's Got a Chance

Some of you will be watching the Presidents Cup rerun today, so I'll wait till Monday to write about that. After all, there's another big tournament going on this week -- the CME Group Titleholders, the final LPGA event of the year.

This tournament is played at the Grand Cypress Resort, which is in Disney country. Disney may be the happiest place on earth, but the course isn't. It's a Jack Nicklaus design that really tests the ladies, especially when the wind comes up. And this is a course that Yani Tseng struggles on. Until Saturday I don't think she'd ever broken 70 on it.

As I said, until Saturday. After rounds of 70-76 a 6-under 66 vaulted her up into a tie for 5th place, only 3 shots behind leaders Sandra Gal and Hee Young Park. It was a windy day so most players had trouble going low.

As a result, Sunday is set up to be a race. Suzann Pettersen, Paula Creamer, and Na Yeon Choi round out the list of players ahead of or tied with Yani, all of whom are playing well and certainly know how to win.

If you watched the live Presidents Cup broadcast (as I did) last night, the ladies will be on GC starting at 1:30 pm ET. Let's see if Yani can make it a dozen worldwide wins this season.

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