With Yani Tseng struggling, field is open
The first time the LPGA's best played the U.S. Women's Open at Blackwolf Run, the United States Golf Association got exactly what it wanted from its championships. The course took its toll on everyone, even eventual winner Se Ri Pak.
That was 14 years ago, when neither equipment nor fitness on tour were quite at the level they are now. To compensate, Blackwolf Run will play 542 yards longer than it did in 1998; it will be at 6,954 yards.
That's not the only difference; the tour ...
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