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Grace Park


Wherefore art thou, Grace Park? Alas, if recent history is any indication, Grace is laid up somewhere with back pain.
Grace brought an elegance and glamour to the course everytime she played (still does). No one seemed better named than the very graceful and gracious Grace Park. And several years ago, she seemed poised on the verge of challenging Annika Sorenstam for LPGA supremacy. Grace seemed to be near the top of the leaderboard every week. She was winning tons of money, and even won a scoring title. She also won her first LPGA major at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
And then back problems arose, and her play went into a tailspin. We still see flashes from time to time of all that immense talent. And the grace is always present. But we want to see the old Grace, the one who kicked butt on the golf course and looked so good doing it.
Here's wishing Grace a healthy back and a return to form.

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