I’ve watched the replay of Golf Channel’s tape-delayed coverage of the semifinals match between Morgan Pressel and Azahara Munoz, with a particular interest on the 12th hole, where Pressel went over the allotted time — she had 2:09 to play her three shots — by 39 seconds. I’ve also read just about every article of coverage by the scribes on-site. (continue reading…)
Tag: Azahara Munoz
My sincere apologies for the respite in regular posting. I should’ve put up a message that I’d be taking a few days off. My bad. Good news is I’m back now.
Even better news? So is Jason Dufner…on Twitter.
Congrats to the European squad for their impressive victory over the Americans at the Solheim Cup.
It was looking like the Americans were going to pull off an unlikely victory about a half-hour earlier. Europe and U.S. were tied at 12 1/2 points apiece.
Michelle Wie rolled in a clutch 15-footer on 17, putting some pressure on Suzann Pettersen, who had thrown a dart to roughly four feet (Wie had also made a clutch putt on 15 to go 1-up, but Pettersen responded with a birdie on 16.); rookie extraordinaire Ryann O’Toole was 2-up with two to play over Caroline Hedwall; Angela Stanford had just squared up her match against Azahara Munoz. (continue reading…)
Which one? There are actually several beautiful and talented rookies from Spain that made some noise on the LPGA this season. But Azahara Munoz had the most consistent year. With two tournaments left, Munoz has such an overwhelming lead in the race for the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year Award that the closest contender, Amanda Blumenhurst, doesn’t have a mathematical shot at catching her.