Can't ad agencies come up with anything better than Michelle Wie using her driver as a texting device and Ai Miyazato turning into a remote control? Let's hope their duel at Tres Marias this weekend is more compelling than this dreck:
The way Wie sprays her driver, it's amazing her messages reached their targets, eh?
Hey, but at least I can hope that onechan will get more into Ai-sama when she finds out she's into pink and likes cherry tomatos!
[Update 1 (11:03 pm): Although Hound Dog puts Ai-sama 1 shot worse than she actually did and fails to mention that both she and Wie came back to the field late in their rounds, his account is the best out there not authored by LPGA.com. (BTW, nice hole-in-1 by Brittany Lincicome to enter the mix, too, but I can't see her keeping pace over the next 36 holes.)]
[Update 2 (11:20 pm): Check out the last 5 groups going out tomorrow:
Start Time: 11:19 AM
Start Time: 11:30 AM
Start Time: 11:41 AM
Sarah Jane Smith
Start Time: 11:52 AM
Na Yeon Choi
Jee Young Lee
Start Time: 12:03 PM
I think you'll see most of the really low scores come earlier in the day. I'd love to see Morgan Pressel and Juli Inkster (8:14 am) and Mika Miyazato and Jane Park (9:19 am) push each other. Also looking for good rounds from those with LET connections like Amy Yang, Suzann Pettersen, and Anna Nordqvist....]
[Update 3 (11:27 pm): Bill Jempty has a funny response to Wie's lead, news about the LPGA doing its exhibition in Brazil for the 2nd straight year (this time in May), plus he takes the opportunity to rub my nose in Lincicome's fine play this week! What's not to love!]
[Update 4 (11:35 pm): Pretty funny how the only American reporter at Tres Marias, Beth Ann Baldry, teased "overly-dedicated LPGA fans" for following the live scoring, which got things wrong (as usual when the LPGA is out of the country). Normally I would have been one of those fans, but work is killing me like you wouldn't believe!]