Lessons from the Women’s US Open

U.S. Women's Open - Final RoundCompelling stories and take-away truths – watching the women play has never been so fun. American players are at full-throttle.
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5 Little Lessons from Watching the Ladies

  • Power to the putter
    Winner Michelle Wie didn’t have a 3-putt over 72 holes!
  • Bad shots happen. Smile and move on.
    Last day,16th hole – an unplayable lie and a clump of grass gave Wie a double bogey and whittled her lead to 1. She “moved on” to a 20 foot birdie putt on 17.
  •  Age is just a number
    Juli Inkster, 54, playing her 35th Open, carded a four-under-par 66 on Saturday, and finished tied 15th. Lucy Li, qualifying for this national event at age 11, ate ice cream during her interviews.
  •  Be happy for the winner
    After Wie’s final putt dropped Sunday, 4 players raced to the green with joyful congratulations.
  •  Win or lose, good or bad, there’s always next time
    Following the Open, top-ranked Stacy Lewis won the NW Arkansas, as Wie faded and couldn’t keep her lead.