Fulfilling her much-anticipated promise at 19, Lexi Thompson becomes...
After a week in which she made but one bogey over the last 55 holes, Thompson took the plunge into Poppie's Pond.
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#1 Apr 10, 2014
Congratulations to Lexi!!!!! With teen phenoms like her and the even-younger Lydia Ko, who are gifted but also possess the mental toughness required to win at a young age, the LPGA is in good hands! I just hope they do not make silly mistakes like trying to make the cut in the PGA or disrespecting the other ladies by saying things like "I will start playing left-handed when I get bored from winning," etc. My guess is that they are smarter than that.
Well done, Lexi!
#2 Feb 9, 2015
I wonder how Michelle feels watching Lydia Ko accomplish everything she (MW) thought she would accomplish by age 17 - multiple LPGA events winner, Number 1 in the World, etc. Okay, perhaps Lydia has not accomplished everything that Michelle said she would. Lydia has not been invited to the Masters nor is she playing in the Ryder Cup. To be honest, I am sure she never will. All Lydia has done is become the best female player in the World and has never missed a cut as a professional player. Not bad for a teenager! Michelle could learn a lot from that teenager.
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