Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Forsgate Country Club hosts golf writers with third annual Writer Cup Tournament

Tomorrow marks the third annual "Writer Cup", a tradition begun by Forsgate Country Club to celebrate golf writers of the MET/GAP regions.

There are two courses at Forsgate CC, the Banks and Palmer Courses. We're invited to play the historic Banks Course which is lush and deeply bunkered as compared to the Palmer Course which is laden with water hazards. I prefer sand to water any day on a golf course!

Designed in 1931 by Charles “Steamshovel” Banks, the Banks Course is a par 71 which stretches to 6,844 yards from the tournament tees and is a true test of skills for the above average golfer. This is probably why I'll stick with the forward tees during this tournament!

Forsgate Country Club, Banks Course

Here are some recent accolades about Forsgate Country Club:

  • Jersey Golfer Winter 2006 Magazine ranked the Banks Golf Course at Forsgate Country Club #10 among the top 50 Best Golf Courses in the state of New Jersey.
  • "The Met Area's Top 50 Courses", The Met Golfer, April 2007
  • "The Best of Northeast Golf"; 2007: "Best Conditioned Golf Course" and "Best Overall Course" Lists
  • Named "2007 Club of the Year", by the NJ Chaper of National Golf Course Owners Association

Prior to the round there will be individual and team short game skills competition and an instructional clinic. At last year's event I received a great drill from golf professional Gia Bocra-Liwski.

Yes, I'll enjoy the golf (no matter how well I score) but, honestly, I can't wait for the renowned Steak and Lobster Dinner. Served in the Main Clubhouse, Forsgate CC goes to great lengths to provide a memorable time for the golf writers.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

New Hampshire Lodging and Dining from 1785

After about a five and a half hour drive from New York, it was refreshing to finally enter the North Conway area in Mt. Washington Valley, New Hampshire. Main Street is an eclectic mix of restored beauty brimming with both antique and contemporary shops. It's a "must-see" village for anyone wishing to experience what it was like to live during the times of our nation's independence!

Eastern Slope Inn, New Hampshire
The Eastern Slope Inn was "home" for the first leg of our trip and is a graceful yet imposing structure on the National List of Historic Places. Dating back over one hundred years, Eastern Slope Inn blends history with modern amenities.

We stayed in the newly built Whitaker House "Suites". This part of the resort is only accessible to the Inn via a long tunnel. The drive around the building to our door and the entry into the room from the parking lot felt more like a motel than the cozy ambience we anticipated when we first checked in. Also our window shades remained drawn and the air conditioner was used (instead of breathing in that fresh mountain air) because of the ground floor "view". Portions of the Inn are said to "overlook the duck pond and orchard with views of the golf course and Cathedral Lodge." I noticed some really nice views while walking around the Inn.

New Hampshire, Eastern Slope Inn

The Whitaker House room at the Eastern Slope Inn is large, very clean, has a full kitchen, gas fireplace but also has a pull-down Murphy bed as the main sleeping arrangement! This type of bed is not for everyone (better for the kids) as we found out the next morning after an uncomfortable night's sleep.

Dinner at Delaneys-Hole-In-the-Wall that night was a short walk from the Eastern Slope Inn and had a welcoming pub atmosphere after our long drive.

North Conway Country Club abuts the Eastern Slope Inn and, even though we could have "hoofed it" carrying our golf bags the next morning, we chose to drive! Beautiful mountain views greeted us at the course and, after a round of golf, we decided to take a 55-minute ride on the North Conway Railway located adjacent to the course.

Dinner reservations were at the 1785 Inn, one of the oldest picturesque Bed and Breakfasts in the Mt. Washington Valley, North Conway area. Built by Captain Elijah Dinsmore, the 1785 Inn Restaurant has won several distinctions like the "Golden Fork Award." I found the Salmon Ravioli and homemade Blueberry Pie to be delicious.

One more night's stay at the Eastern Slope Inn and then we drove eight miles to Attitash Mountain Village. This 60-acre condominium resort is an affiliate of RCI (timeshare ownership) and is located a few miles closer to the White Mountain National Forest.

Attitash Village, New Hampshire

"Zealand House", located within Attitash Mountain Village, is basically a large, remodeled second story condo which offered us a fluffy king-sized bed (thankfully), small appliances, a gas fireplace and deck.

That being said, here are a few thoughts regarding our stay:

Maid service is available for an extra fee, a front desk phone call was necessary for soap and shampoo, there was no dining area but there was a big tub in the room. The over-sized DLP TV was difficult to watch positioned in front of the foot board. The deck was filled with sawdust: after the remodel no one bothered to clean up.

Zealand House was walking distance to a busy outdoor pool. With ski trails and a wealth of outdoor activities on the premises and within driving distance, Attitash Mountain Village is designed as a "kid-friendly" resort.

Lunch was spent in Jackson, NH, at the J-Town Deli, a Country Store that offers freshly cooked food (and great WIFI reception) with a smile from John and Genn, husband wife owners.

Genn told us that people come from miles around to purchase the Chocolate Mint Brownies. We had one brownie and one raspberry square but wish we could have taken several more home because it was a delicious, mouth-watering experience!

For dinner we ate at the Darby Field Inn Restaurant, nestled into a secluded road just six miles from North Conway. The guest rooms are intimate and upscale with a charm that oozes warmth. The mountain view from the restaurant was relaxing and the food was fresh and tasty. The home baked dinner rolls, in particular, were stupendous!

Omni Mount Washington Resort, New HampshireGolf at the Omni Mount Washington Resort's Donald Ross course in Bretton Woods was scheduled for the following day. Sweeping vistas of the Resort and mountains were at every turn. The golf course was in superb condition and, as per my tweets, I think my golf ball found every bunker and most trees! The fairways are undulating and the greens and course are in "Resort" condition.

Omni Mount Washington Resort Veranda, New Hampshire

That being said, we spent a few hours afterward lounging on the huge veranda with a cold brew and sandwich taking in the scenery and the fresh mountain air!

Depending on whether you are looking for romance or a place to spend time with your children, there is a wealth of dining and lodging options to choose from in the Mt. Washington Valley area. The food is fresh and abundant and the people are charming and welcoming making this area in New Hampshire worth the visit!

A Technology Note:

Traveling within New Hampshire may feel a bit like going back in time if you are a techie. Low WIFI signals were common in a few of the Inns, hotels and surrounding the mountains.

A special "thanks for the hospitality" goes to:

Joe Berry, owner Eastern Slope InnAttitash Mountain Village

Dave Delaney, owner, Delaney's Hole-in-the-Wall

Larry and Kathy Gallagher, Nancy Stewart, North Conway Country Club

Charlie Mallar, co-owner, 1785 Inn

Genn & John, J-Town Deli, Jackson, NH

Marc and Maria Donaldson, innkeepers and owners, Darby Field Inn, Albany, NH

Sam, Assistant Pro, Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods, Golf Course, Donald Ross design

Marti Mayne,

Ryan Triffit,  Mt Washington Auto Road and Guided Van Tour 

(featured in our New Hampshire Nature Blog...coming soon)

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Thursday, July 22, 2010

New Hampshire's Turn of the Century Charm

Our turn-of-the-century adventure began at the Eastern Slope Inn Resort, a North Conway, New Hampshire landmark National Historic Landmark since 1864. It sites smack-dab in the middle of the Village and exudes charm right from the street.

We traveled about three blocks or so down the road to the North Conway Country Club, a public "welcoming" golf course in which several generations were represented.  The front nine was created in 1895 but the back nine was not added on until 1976 with the Clubhouse finally erected in 1985.

North Conway CC is scenic right off the first tee. Take a look and you decide:

North Conway CC, New Hampshire

Here are some impressions of North Conway Country Club. The fairways are undulating and the greens are deceptive. You might think that there is a lot of break on the front nine greens but I found it easier to aim right for the hole. The back nine has more breaks on the green than on the front nine. It is flat and walkable but a cart is recommended to keep the foursomes moving along.

The course was busy and there was a group following closely behind us. That made me keep looking behind backward but Barry said, "you shouldn't allow them to disrupt your game. This is your game, this is your 18 holes. You shouldn't allow them to take away this beautiful day." Wise words but I could still use some help with the strength of my mental game.

Thanks to Larry and Kathy Gallagher for making us feel welcome!

After the round of golf, we took a ride on the Conway Scenic Railway sitting in an original revamped 1898 Pullman car. We were offered the rare chance of seeing the Pullman car reconnect with the engine car, just as it was done in New Hampshire over 100 years ago. We also sat in the reserved seating outside as you can see from our videos below:

Locomotive train coupling with 1898 Pullman car

Sitting behind locomotive in original 1898 Pullman car

Our trip back through time also included a dinner at the charming 1785 Inn, once owned and operated by Elijah Dinsmore. If you happen to be in New Hampshire, a dinner here should include the Salmon Ravioli appetizer with Gruyere and for dessert the unrivalled Blueberry Pie.

Between the incomparable mountain views, the old world charm of New Hampshire and the great dining options in North Conway, a few days here passes quickly. The Auto Road to the top of Mt. Washington and zip-lining are among other features of New Hampshire but we'll save that review for the nature blog!

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Mt. Washington Valley, New Hampshire - Main Street USA

Five and a half hours from New York quietly sits Mt. Washington Valley, New Hampshire. As you can see from the photograph below, it has an old town feel with antique shops, eateries and the beautiful view of the mountains hanging over the horizon.

Hungry after a long trip and right near the Eastern Slope Inn is a typical-looking bar/restaurant called Delaney's Hole in the Wall. Their website claims that they have the "best wings in New Hampshire" and so we put them to the test. 

The bartender told us to try the "double-baked honey hot wings" even though they weren't on the menu (in other words, they'll make them for you if you ask nicely.) Simply put, we agree! The wings are large and very flavorful, so much so that may be picking up an order for the ride home!  

Main Street, North Conway, New Hampshire in Mt. Washington Valley

Monday, July 19, 2010

Five Minutes to Tee-Time...Are YOU Ready to Play Golf?

Most golfers at one time or another have raced to the first tee without preparation, hoping for the best. "Maybe it'll only take a few holes before I get my swing going," we may think to ourselves but that sort of thinking can cost you strokes!

The "5 Minutes to Tee-Time" website makes an interesting point, that "the average golfer “gives away” anywhere from 3-5 strokes in the first few holes of the golf round, not because they are bad golfers…but because they are NOT prepared to swing the club."

Here are a few Sample Movements from their website designed to get the blood flowing and shake off the effects of sitting behind a desk all day.

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Stretching will not only help you physically before a round of golf but it will also give afford you increased confidence and better consistency right from the first tee.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Mickelson and Woods blowing in the wind at British Open?

Will Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods take a back seat to Oosthuizen at this year's British Open?

"I need some luck," said a dejected Phil Mickelson after his second round of the British Open concluded. Disappointed that he wasn't driving the ball very well, a little bit of luck could have meant that he hoped the rest of the crowd didn't fare much better, and they didn't yesterday, with not a single player breaking par after Mickelson left the 18th green.

Tiger Woods, when asked by a journalist yesterday if he was "willing to cut out all those tantrums this week and respect the home of golf?" Tiger responded, "I'm trying to become a better player and a better person, yes."

Yes, Tiger Woods, tantrums and outbursts just won't be tolerated. A calm steely attitude could go a long way at St. Andrews, especially on moving day.

Early this morning, out of the thirty golfers completing the second round, three came out in red numbers, including amateur Jin Jeong (70), Alejandro Canizares (71) and Darren Clarke (70).

And who is this little known South African, Louis Oosthuizen (sounded like 'whisthasen' when he pronounced it), who has totally left the rest of the golfers blowing in the wind? Nicknamed Shrek (because of a headcover he used to use), his full name is Lodewicus Theodorus Oosthuizen and he won the Open de Andalucia in March. He's the 54th-ranked player in the world and is 22nd on the European Tour money list.

We have seen this scenario many times before, when relative unknowns come out of nowhere to win major tournaments, from Lucas Glover (2009 U.S. Open) to Zach Johnson (2007 Masters)...wouldn't it add an element of surprise if Tiger Woods creeped up the leaderboard and forced Oosthuizen into a playoff?

Friday, July 16, 2010

If you had $5.5 million to spend, would you buy a private island near Hilton Head?

Here's the deal. I got this email and thought, "If I had $5.5 million to spend, would I buy an island off Hilton Head in South Carolina? Would you? It's big enough to build your own private golf course. No waiting for a tee time!


Here are the details:


And no, I'm not selling nor buying the property...just curious...


Price: $5,495,000.00
413 (+/-) acres of exclusive, private, recreational plantation adjacent to Palmetto Bluff and Hilton Head Island. This pristine Maritime Island has complete versatility as a sportsman's paradise or private retreat offering quail hunting, fishing, shrimping, crabbing, and relaxation. The property hosts a comfortable low-country lodge w/water views of Bull and Savage Creeks.  Price includes a Mainland Caretaker Cottage with Joint Dock Agreement (1/2 Undivided Interest) and Landing Easement. (Call for copy of all documents). 

Experience the majestic beauty of South Carolina's Treasured Coast on Hilton Head Island.

From lone reeds swaying in the marsh breezes to the flat, sandy beaches along the Treasured Coast to the thick forests of tall pines and live oaks, Hilton Head Island's pristine beauty and protected ecosystem of wild foliage and animals is a nature lover's paradise.

Enjoy a variety of outdoor activities year round on Hilton Head Island and take advantage of warm temperatures and salt air. Golf at any one of over two dozen courses, some with views of the Atlantic Ocean. Kayak the tidal waters of the coast and see wildlife up close or go fishing in our ocean waters. Sail the bay waters of South Carolina and watch the dunes roll into the horizon. Or, hike beaten trails and lose yourself in the beauty of the Carolinas.



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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Loch March Golf Course: Inspiring Publinks in Ottawa

Public golf courses that are both challenging and inspirational are a thorny issue. You want to invite your friends to play but, in the same vein, you hope word doesn't spread so that you are always assured a tee time!

Such is the state of affairs at Loch March Golf & Country Club in Kanata, Ontario.

Considered "impressive" by players who have made this their "slice of golf paradise" could become a double-edged sword as Loch March considers itself "exclusively public" with no memberships nor initiation fees, fully accessible to the masses.

Carved from three-hundred acres of unspoiled forest, Loch March is ranked as one of the twelve best public golf courses in Ontario.

The Course stretches to just under 7,000 yards with four sets of tees to choose from. A "risk/reward" test of skills for all abilities, Loch March allows you to play with different levels of golfer, from beginner to advanced, and impels you to use all of the clubs in your bag. Download the course onto SkyCaddie and you will gain even more of an edge!

The Beauty of Loch March Golf & Country Club

Before setting out with your foursome, prepare at the superb practice facilities complete with range, short game area and exacting 44,000 square foot putting green. During your round, enjoy the beautiful March Highlands and afterwards relax at the inviting 10,000 square foot Clubhouse.

Loch March Golf Course in CanadaContained within a resort atmosphere, Loch March is friendly and service-oriented. The price per round is more than fair for the first-class experience you will receive.

When planning a vacation to Canada, add Loch March to your list of Ottawa golf courses. Then check out the great buzz surrounding Ottawa, from the culinary scene to the "sprawling collection of neighborhoods linked by greenways and canals." Modern yet charming with a decidedly French flavor, Ottawa is worth a visit.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Michelle Wie "out", Creamer "in" as new face of LPGA?

In his recent blog, Chuck Curti said that, as golf fans are waiting for Michelle Wie to live up to her potential and become the "Tiger Woods" of the LPGA, Paula Creamer may be stepping in to become the next "heroine" of women's professional golf.

"We’re still waiting." Curti woefully conveyed. "Wie has not yet lived up to her potential, and her performance at the U.S. Women’s Open last week was nothing short of putrid."

Where the Wie conundrum is certainly true, Paula Creamer, the girl who up until her win this weekend at the U.S. Women's Open never won a major, has now "earned the right to be the face of women's golf?"

Although Paula Creamer has nine career wins and is still a youngster at 23, how many golf fans have watched the LPGA  golf to get a glimpse of the Pink Panther making a tremendous save? How many more will do so now that Creamer is a major winner?

Perhaps Creamer's career "incentive" of working through a thumb injury to perform at the level it takes to win at Oakmont will be her "aha moment" and create the stuff of legends.

Creamer's thoughts?

"It just shows, you know, how much the mental side of golf can really take over. You know, I believed I could do this. I believed I could do this when I had a cast on my hand.

That's what I just kept thinking about was Oakmont, Oakmont, Oakmont."

Michelle Wie's take on the U.S. Women's Open MC? “A complete fail,” Wie said, adding, “There are a lot of things I need to work on.”

Friday, July 09, 2010

Michelle Wie says "Tomorrow is a Whole New Day" at U.S. Open

Here is the Michelle Wie transcript after an apparent first round golf meltdown at the U.S. Women's Open. At least Wie remains positive and when you are positive there is still hope!

Will Michelle Wie make the cut? Oakmont is not allowing for easy scoring and the current projected cut is +11!

Q. You found yourself 8 over after eight holes. Must be dejecting. What do you say to yourself? It's not easy to make birdies and make up that ground.

MICHELLE WIE: Oh, yeah, it's like I'm playing fantastic right now. It's a great day. But, I felt a little better. Hopefully tomorrow will be a lot better.

Q. What are the things you need to improve on tomorrow?
MICHELLE WIE: Everything. (Laughing.)

Q. That's a tall order.
MICHELLE WIE: Hopefully I can pull it off.

Q. What kind of positives can you take away from today?
MICHELLE WIE: Positives? You know, I'm trying to find 'em. You know, just had a couple of good shots out there. I say a couple. Not many. But hopefully tomorrow will be a whole new day and hopefully I'll play a lot better.

Q. It's a tough not to get frustrated?

MICHELLE WIE: I was trying not to today. It's kind of one of those days where nothing goes as planned. But, you know, I felt better coming in, so tomorrow hopefully start off on the right foot.
Try and make up for a couple birdies and try and have a good weekend.

Q. Was it more your game or more the golf course that was troublesome?

MICHELLE WIE: Oh, it was definitely my game. I didn't play well at all today.

Q. You missed a lot of fairways.
MICHELLE WIE: Yeah, you can't really do that. Mostly I think it was just the putting that got me. You know, I felt like my irons were good. My wedges were good. I just need to put it in the fairways so I can hit those.

Q. (Indiscernible) After that, how do you settle yourself down?

MICHELLE WIE: There was nothing I could do. You know, I try my hardest and things didn't really work out. I just try to move forward.

Q. You played better on the back. Does that give you any hope for tomorrow, you know, a little bit of momentum going into tomorrow?
MICHELLE WIE: Tomorrow is a whole new day. I'm just going to go out there and try to shoot my best.

The U.S. Women's Open First Round Notes and Transcripts for the following golfers can be found here.  
Brittany Lang, -2
M.J. Hur, -1
Amy Yang, -1
Inbee Park, -1
Mhairi McKay, E
Sakura Yokomine, E
Cristie Kerr, +1
Paula Creamer, +1
Kristy McPherson, +1
Song-Hee Kim, +1

Eun-Hee Ji, +6


Morning tee times
7:00 a.m.         (a) Kelli Shean*, (a) Jaye Marie Green, Esther Choe(# 1 tee)
7:33 a.m.         Natalie Gulbis, Inbee Park*, Pat Hurst (# 1 tee)
7:33 a.m.         Stacy Lewis, Amy Yang*, Alexis Thompson (# 10 tee)
7:44 a.m.         Juli Inkster, Jee Young Lee, Christina Kim (# 1 tee)
7:44 a.m.         Cristie Kerr, Yani Tseng, Anna Nordqvist (# 1 tee)
8:06 a.m.         M.J. Hur*, Helen Alfredsson, Katherine Hull (# 10 tee)
8:28 a.m.         Brittany Lang*, Momoko Ueda, Seon Hwa Lee (# 10 tee)
Afternoon tee times
12:30 p.m.       Mhairi McKay*, Brittany Altomare, Charlotte Majorkas (#1 tee)
1:03 p.m.         Ai Miyazato, Jiyai Shin, Michelle Wie (# 1 tee)
1:03 p.m.         Morgan Pressel, Maria Hjorth, Candie Kung (# 10 tee)
1:14 p.m.         Angela Stanford, Suzann Pettersen, Paula Creamer (# 1 tee)
1:14 p.m.         Brittany Lincicome, Sakura Yokomine*, Heekyung Seo (# 10 tee)

Interesting to see Ai Miyazato paired with Michelle Wie and that Wie already started Round 2 with a bogey!


Rnd 2
 Rnd 1# 39 43 82
 Status +12 +12

Thursday, July 08, 2010

Michelle Wie sings the U.S. Open blues

Round one of the U.S. Women's Open is underway and it looks as if Michelle Wie is already struggling to stay above the cut line! Yet another climb to mediocrity for the golfer who was once on everyone's lips as the female Tiger Woods!


The LPGA leaderboard currently has Wie's score at +9 with three double bogeys, several bogeys with a few pars thrown in to add a little spice to the mix. Perhaps it would have been better if Michelle would have failed to qualify as it was during the 2009 Open where Wie wound up missing the cut by one stroke.


Sure Oakmont Country Club is a tough test but major tournaments are meant to bring out the best golfers and everyone is playing under the same conditions so, since there is plenty of golf left to play, get busy Michelle.

“It’s always a grind,” Wie says of the national tournament. “It’s a tough golf course. I just have to play the best I can and come out on top.”


Recent tweets by Michelle Wie ("themichellewie"):

On Oakmont CC  : So excited for the US Open this week! We are playing at Oakmont CC, so challenging but so beautiful!


Is the U.S. Open all about the shoes for MW?  :  As for Check out my US Open surprise shoes from Nike Golf! I loveee them!!! 


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Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Top Golf Travel Destinations from Conde Nast - Fact or Phony?

The Top 80 Golf Travel Destinations in the June edition of Conde Nast Magazine were taken to task by golf and travel writer Larry Olmstead who has trouble understanding why some of golf courses and "dream destinations" were left off the list. These vacation hot spots, mentions Conde Nast, were chosen by thousands of resort golfers based on varying standards from course design, golf staff, rooms and service, dining and location.

The subjective nature of the article should hardly be perceived of as "stupid journalism" and should only be considered as a guideline for golfers sitting on the fence about where to travel and what golf courses to consider.

Four Seasons Resort, Maui at Wailea, Blue Course

In his first article about the "stupid in golf journalism", Olmstead states that, "a single respondent can make the difference between a property being ranked among the best in the world or being left off the list."

In his third tirade against the Conde Nast Magazine article, Mr. Olmstead continues to make a few serious points regarding omissions to the list and "how many will actually buy plane tickets and make reservations and tee times, and in the process, how many will get ripped off and waste their time. I especially pity those who will arrive at the “best” golf resort to find little or no golf at all."

The poll was based upon golf travelers' personal experiences and, although some people may disagree with the results, this should be considered as a "bucket list" of sorts, where golfers can check venues off the list, if lucky enough, not a "be-all-and-end-all" guide when traveling through Arizona, Hawaii, South Carolina and Florida.

I see Hilton Head Island Marriott is listed for example and, although I have enjoyed several vacations in South Carolina, both in Hilton Head and throughout Myrtle Beach, I cannot discount nor give this vacation spot accolades.

Therefore, when you peruse through the golf destinations on this list, use it as a "thought-provoker" and then get on the internet or ask friends and travel agents but make sure to do your research!

Monday, July 05, 2010

Macy's Fireworks in New York 2010 #NYC WOW!

LPGA Tour Players on Display!

LPGA Tour players have been hitting the newsstands this year. Here are all the covers below from

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Cristie Kerr
Golf Week - July 2
Anna Nordqvist
Lady Golfer - July
Se Ri Pak
KoreAm - June
Anna Rawson
Golf Week For Her - May 19

Lorena Ochoa
Casas & Gente - May
Natalie Gulbis
Golf Fitness - Spring
Suzann Pettersen
Norsk Golf - Issue 1
Lorena Ochoa
Golfweek - April 30
Yani Tseng
Golfweek - April 9
Brittany Lincicome
Lady Golfer - April
Kristy McPherson
Golfweek - March 26
Anna Nordqvist
Caras Golf - March
Paula Creamer
Ladies Links Fore Golf
Natalie Gulbis
Golf Digest Singapore
Crisie Kerr
Golfweek - February 19
Mike Whan
Golf World - February 15
Sandra Gal
Golf Digest Czech Republic
Beatriz Recari
Jiyai Shin
Golf Digest - January
Anna Rawson
Lady Golfer - January
Stacy Solomon
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