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Apr102013

Video: Caroline Will Not Be Giving Up Her Tennis Career

From the 2013 Masters par-3, looper tennis star Caroline Wozniacki attempting a shot at the last hole for her boss and boyfriend Rory McIlroy.

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Caroline probably thought this game is easy, much like Willie Mays did because the ball isn't moving. Everything changes when the crowd, oops....Justin Rose faux pas there, patrons are watching. However, the rug rat with a R1 head on a 2-foot shaft must think it is. Shame on dad for not starting the kid off right with persimmon. But there was most likely TM ad money in play.
04.11.2013 | Unregistered CommenterD. maculata
Rory's clubs are too short for her.
04.11.2013 | Unregistered CommenterSomeone Else
Not a bad move, she went ater it hard, just steep and low point about a foot to the right. I am sure some member of the grounds crew has been assigned to the repair the hole and return the pelt to the beaver.
"Rory's clubs are too short for her."

Not just the clubs!
Bruce Critchley (Sky) pointed out what looked to him like an engagement ring on her left finger. However, I think he may have got ahead of himself as I think the continental european wedding/engagement ring finger is on the right hand.
Where's Lindsey Vonn? Sitting in the car in the parking lot?
04.11.2013 | Unregistered CommenterRobert Foster
Athletic move as expected. She will become a very good golfer when she retires from tennis at age 28.
04.11.2013 | Unregistered CommenterKLG
Many years ago my husband/s cousin (18 at the time) visited us from Sweden. She was among Sweden's top 100 junior tennis players back then. We took her to the driving range and I (hdcp 16-ish) was amazed on how this little girl (she's small) absolutely pounded the ball and it flew - I mean it soared! She replied "yaaaah, it is kind of like a forehand."
That would be "yaaaah" with a Swedish accent.
04.11.2013 | Unregistered CommenterLadyH
LadyH, I am still sending that rabbit link to everyone. Yahhh, indeed.

Nice photo of L Vonn, and yet another if you scroll the link.

http://golfweek.com/photos/galleries/2013/apr/11/photos-masters-thursday/18925/

Del, I'll get to that Vonn suspect (accent on correct syllable for the correct meaning) in time, I'm sort of on acidemic(sic) probation.
04.11.2013 | Unregistered Commenterdigsouth
Robert Foster, she's there, just blending in as part of the crowd, not making a spectacle of herself. Not sitting on the tee-box in black tights, not barging in on and commandering the mic during an official press conference, not digging a trench in the hallowed turf....just politely gallerying with the regular folk behind the ropes.

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/golf-devil-ball-golf/lindsey-vonn-augusta-national-watching-boyfriend-tiger-woods-153217598--golf.html
04.11.2013 | Unregistered CommenterDTF

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