Thursday, May 22, 2008
If You Shoot Seven Under, You'll Be Leading a Tour Event
The Colonial and Corning Classic kicked off today on the PGA and LPGA Tours and good news - one of the leaders is very attractive (sorry Johnson Wagner).
Wagner posted a seven-under 63 to take the Thursday lead by three shots.
Phil Mickelson, who obviously reads DTCC religiously, decided he wanted to be relevant again, and is in a tie for second place at four-under right now with eight holes to go.
Over at the LPGA, Erica Blasberg took a cue from her good friend me and decided that she was just going to dominate the hell out of the first round in New York, posting a bogey free 65 to take the outright lead by two shots.
Blasberg went to Arizona and was a dominant college golfer but hasn't really broke through on the LPGA Tour yet. If she could win here, I'm pretty sure she would land in "hot girl athletes that bloggers talk about a lot" land with some fairly other attractive ladies.