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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Angela Stanford
A beaming Michelle Wie explained her oversized visor as a necessary new addition after recently discovering wrinkles at age 24, then good-naturedly defended her unique, hunched-over putting stroke because Jack Nicklaus uses it.
Michelle Wie rallied from four strokes back entering the day to shoot a 5-under 67 on Saturday and win the LPGA LOTTE Championship.
Angela Stanford shot a 5-under 67 on Friday to open a four-stroke lead after three rounds of the LPGA LOTTE Championship in breezy Hawaii.
K.J. Choi's early tee time and quick start moved him to the top of the rain-delayed RBC Heritage on Friday.
Angela Stanford shot an 8-under 64 on a wind-swept course to take a one-stroke lead after the second round of the LPGA LOTTE Championship on Thursday.
Karrie Webb and Angela Stanford were so close down the stretch Saturday at the HSBC Women's Champions, matching each other birdie for birdie, that Stanford only sees one way to get the advantage in Sunday's final round.
For all the talk of the youth movement in women's golf, Karrie Webb showed on Friday that experienced players can still show up their younger competitors from time to time.
Angela Stanford gets to experience a first in her 13 seasons on the LPGA Tour. She gets to stay at home and sleep in her own bed during a tournament.
The real phenom in women's golf might be Angela Stanford. She won the HSBC Women's Champions event in Singapore toward the start of the season, making her the oldest player to win on the LPGA Tour all year.
"I think it's more about putting. I hate to admit this, but I don't always control my trajectory on purpose. It just kind of happens," Stanford said. "When I get into the wind, and I've talked about this with my instructor, for some reason my body just starts moving into the ball more and I tend to keep it lower."
Stanford said she was just trying to make it through the day.