Monday, October 20, 2014

So Now Who Do You Think Has Had the Best 2014 in Women's Professional Golf? And Will?

So far, the title for best 2014 in women's golf is down to 8 golfers.  Each has at least 3 worldwide wins on major women's professional tours.  As impressive as Stacy Lewis has been, her difficulty in sealing the deal has opened the door to some golfers who have been racking up wins of late.  Still, Stacy's still my #1 candidate:
Of course, a lot can happen down the home stretch, with 6 JLPGA, 5 LPGA and 5 KLPGA, and 4 LET events left to go before the year is out.  Maybe someone will leave all these players in the dust if she really heats up as the temperatures continue to go down.

In a nutshell, the best of the best women golfers in the world have not yet begun to fight!  Who do you think will prevail in the end?


Kelly Laybourn said...

I believe Hyo Joo Kim has had the better season. She's won 3 majors , two on the KLPGA and the Evian. nobody else can make a claim of majors on two tours. She also set a earnings record for winning over a 1,000,000,000 KRW on the KLPGA She also top tenned at the other two LPGA events she played in "swinging skirts" and "lotte championship"
factor in age and all that into the equation along with climb in rolex ranking and there's no doubt. Stacy didn't win anything major

The Constructivist said...

Hyo Joo bolstered her case since my last update, but let's see how Stacy responds in the last 3 LPGA events now that she's in a real race with Inbee. If either one can win the LPGA POY and/or Race to the CME Globe, it'll make it really hard to choose Hyo Joo over them. As great as she's been, and this is truly a season for the ages, she racked up most of her wins against lesser competition. That said, Sun-Ju Ahn has a great chance to take down Stacy this week in Japan. If she can do it, she's gotta be considered in the same league as the other 3. Possibly the same goes for Ji-Yai Shin....