PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLORIDA | Sitting in the clubhouse at PGA National on Wednesday afternoon prior to the Honda Classic, Cristie Kerr wasted no time answering a question she knew was coming.
Would Kerr, a 20-time LPGA Tour winner and two-time major champion, be more nervous as an on-course reporter for Golf Channel than when she competes herself?
“I think the feelings I've had being here this week have been a little bit different than playing,” Kerr said. “Playing it's like you're very focused, you have your routine of what you do. Like this is a different experience for me. I think it'll be a rush.
“I'm going to have a blast this week because I know I can't play. Like when I was (working as an analyst) at the CME (Group Tour Championship) it was a great experience, I was there, but part of my heart hurt that I wasn’t playing. … Being here, doing this, knowing I can't play in the tournament, it's going to be a lot more fun for me.”
Cristie Kerr finished tied for sixth two weeks ago at the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Ope...
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