Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Mission Hills Wednesday Pairings and Scoreboard

The Wednesday pairings at the Mission Hills sectional qualifier for LPGA Q-School preserve the same groups as yesterday's, but in addition to the different courses and earliness/lateness of starting times, today's page also includes yesterday's scores. One interesting non-competition is over which pairing will have the lowest total score. Right now, the Eberl-Lewis-Bates threesome is outperforming the Wie-Brewerton-Oyama and Walshe-Umeck-Lecuyer ones.

For those who prefer the traditional scoreboard, the LPGA has you covered.

Is it so wrong to be more excited about this event than the Ryder Cup?

[Update 1 (8:48 pm): Hound Dog has the best-known notables covered. Looking further down the leaderboard, Alison Walshe (74, +1), Melissa Reid (72, +2), Mika Miyazato (73, +2), and Sara Brown (72, +2) had better get it in gear if they want to guarantee they'll stay inside the top 30, for Misun Cho (72, +3), Maru Martinez (75, +4), Chella Choi (72, +5), Jenny Suh (74, +5), Samantha Richdale (75, +5), Dewi Claire Schreefel (73, +6), and Pornanong Phatlum (72, +6) are unlikely to keep struggling.]


Chus said...

This is what I think: Cheyenne Woods

The Constructivist said...

She's decent for a first-year in college. We'll see in 4 years how much she can improve!

Anonymous said...

wow - how about Sun-Ju Ahn !!???!! Back to back 66's - guess she's got her ticket punched for Florida.

Anonymous said...

I'm rooting for Izzy Beisiegel. It's great to see her back playing after battling Grave's Disease since 2005.

Some former LPGAers missing the cut in Sae Hee Son, and Christi Cano.