U.S. Women's Open 2022

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    Nelly Korda, the winner of the gold medal at the Japan Summer Olympics, will make her return at the U.S. Open this week. She had been out since early February after being diagnosed with a blood clot in her left arm which subsequently required surgery. Most likely it was from getting one of the experimental death jabs but there's no way of knowing given the massive censorship policies of the corporate media. At any rate it's good to see her back and taking on the Asians who dominate the LPGA Tour.

    Annika Sorenstam has come out of retirement of late and at age 51 will be in the field though not as a serious contender. I always thought she retired too early, but she wanted to concentrate on having a family and bless her for that. She's always been a class act.
     
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    The top five finishers at this year's event were Lee (Australian born to Korean parents), Harigae (American born to Japanese parents), Choi (Korean), Ko (Korean) and Ko (New Zealander born to Korean parents). The Asian dominance of women's golf is in no danger of lessening.
     

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