Posts tagged with: "Juli Inkster"

The Call-In Hall Of Fame

The Call-In Hall Of Fame

The message to TV viewers is loud and clear: Stop calling. Stop e-mailing. Stop texting. Call-ins will no longer be accepted. This comes as welcome news to golf fans who have grown weary of tournament outcomes being decided away from the course. It is an appropriate time to reflect on…

NEWS: Inkster Turns To Creamer View More
Paula Creamer has earned a spot on the Solheim Cup team after Jessica Korda was forced to withdraw due to injury. (Photo Credit: Eric Sucar, USA Today Sports)

NEWS: Inkster Turns To Creamer

It wasn’t her first choice or her second. But when given a third choice, Juli Inkster went with experience and a hot hand. When Inkster announced her captain’s picks on Sunday afternoon in Scotland after the Ricoh Women’s British Open, she said that the hardest part was telling many great…

Inkster Bringing Back Familiar Faces as Solheim Cup Vice Captains View More
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Inkster Bringing Back Familiar Faces as Solheim Cup Vice Captains

Despite what some of the kids on the LPGA Tour think, Juli Inkster is not old enough to have coined the phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” But Inkster embraces that adage in a lot of ways: Her throwback golf swing, her no-nonsense attitudes, her straight-from-the-gut commentary, and,…

Inkster Back as Solheim Cup Captain in 2017 View More
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Inkster Back as Solheim Cup Captain in 2017

Keeping the secret was the hardest part. Within hours of the U.S. Solheim Cup team’s record-setting comeback, Juli Inkster started fielding questions about being captain again in 2017. Was she interested? Would she do it? Of course, she was. And the Solheim Cup selection committee, which consisted of Commissioner Mike…

Solheim Cup Day One Morning Pairings Announced View More
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Solheim Cup Day One Morning Pairings Announced

Not long after Paul Azinger and I began working on his book, Cracking the Code, about the pod system that he implemented to bond his 2008 American Ryder Cup team, it dawned on us that Europe had been doing the same thing for years, probably without their captains realizing it….