For dark horses consider impressive rookies Na Yeon Choi and Yani Tseng, as well as Juli Inkster, who turns 48 this month and just needs to remember that she is a great putter to win again.
A Hall of Famer, barely a month separated from losing a tournament in a playoff, somehow qualifies as a dark horse? That is laughable.
The laughs aren’t done yet. Sirak’s article is datelined Maryland, where the tournament is taking place. How does a sober golf reporter not know a player he’s writing about isn’t even in the field? Inkster isn’t, she’s back in California in order to attend her daughter’s junior high school graduation. I heard of Inkster’s plan to skip the LPGA Championship at least a month ago. It was also reported in last Sunday’s Baltimore Sun.
Anyone tell me why Golf World lets this idiot cover the LPGA?
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