Monday, March 28, 2005

Players continues today and Annika -- the best ever?

  • So the Players Championship, almost washed away by a week of rain, will finally attempt to finish this morning. The strange thing is that, according to PGATour.com, the group's are going to start off the front and back nine, a very odd occurence for a tournament trying to bill itself as the fifth major championship. If someone pulls off a victory on the par five ninth, it won't make for great highlight clips at the end of the day.
  • Is Annika Sorenstam the best female golfer ever? And if that's the case, shouldn't she now be considered among the best golfers off all-time, right up there with Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Bobby Jones? It appears that is the case, following her fifth straight win win yesterday and talk of the Grand Slam. Can anyone remember when Karrie Webb was considered an actual rival to Sorenstam? Seems like years ago now.
  • Pete Dye was given an award by the PGA Tour for a lifetime of achievement. Interesting timing on this, considering the Stadium Course at the TPC has been tamed from Dye's original vision by tour players who moaned that it was too hard. Now it looks too easy -- so who's to blame?

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