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Topic - St. Andrews
Morgan Pressel holed a 20-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole Sunday morning to take a one-shot lead into the Women's British Open final round.
Morgan Pressel wishes she had a dollar for every time someone asked her about her chances of making the Solheim Cup team.
Inbee Park once felt she could walk down the streets of Seoul as the No. 1 player in women's golf without being recognized.
Rickie Fowler routinely travels with a dozen pairs of golf shoes in tow. This week might be the rare tournament where the third-year pro and noted clotheshorse actually wears every pair at least once _ just trying to keep his feet dry.
So he told me all the stories.
"I think that's why it gets so difficult for me is because there's so many shots you can play," he said. "But I love it. I love coming over here. It's sad that it's one week out of the year to play links golf for us from the U.S. But it's fun. You can come over here and create shots that you don't normally do."