Thursday, July 31, 2008
Some Early Scores From the Women's British, Like You Care
It's a slow golf day, with only two PGA Tour tournaments beginning, so I thought it would be alright to just visit the Women's British for a moment.
Annika Sorenstam, who has no problem calling Michelle Wie out, fired a mediocre even-par 72 to land in a tie for 65th while dominant dog Lorena Ochoa is in the clubhouse at three-under 69.
48-year-old Julie Inkster turned that dang Rolex back a few years, leading in the clubhouse with a seven-under 65 that included five birdies and an eagle on the par-4 9th.
The Women's Open, like the regular Open Championship, is rich in history, dating back to almost 2001. Now that is prestige.
Ok, enough of this, back to regular stuff.