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On April 2, London golf pro named Jordan Baker published his picks for the 2017 four golf majors, making risky choices for the 2017 schedule but choices that he expected to pay off in a big way. @imBenHervey pic.twitter.com/p7FBkquK2l — Bakes (@OfficialBakes
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa – Europe’s Suzann Pettersen is battling back pain and American Lexi Thompson is battling a virus. Both were limited in their appearances Tuesday preparing for the Solheim Cup. Pettersen, 36, walked some holes at Des Moines Golf and Country Club, but she didn’t hit any full shots, limiting herself to putting. “She’s dealing with a little bit of a sore back,” European Solheim Cup captain Annika Sorenstam told Golf Channel’s Chantel McCabe in a Golf Central interview. “She wants to take it easy. Better to be safe than sorry.” Pettersen did not attend a scheduled news conference. Notably, European vice captain Catriona Matthew practiced as an alternate Tuesday. “While there
Golf's complicated rulebook found another victim Tuesday, this time at the U.S. Amateur, where former Drexel golfer Chris Crawford was disqualified for using a distance-measuring device that had an activated slope reader accessed by his fill-in caddie. Crawford, 23, who lives outside of Philadelphia, got off to a good start earlier in his second round of stroke-play qualifying at Bel Air Country Club in Los Angeles and was in position to make the 64-player match play when he heard his caddie mention something about slope when getting a yardage from his distance-measuring device. "I was a little flustered and knew something was wrong," Crawford said via phone on Tuesday night. "I asked my caddie what the deal was with his range finder.